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Henry, 2nd Earl of Cumberland, K. 1 


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PREFACE 1158557 

The Descendants of King Edward IV. and of his brother and sister, George, 
Duke of Clarence, and Anne, Duchess of Exeter, and of their aunt Isabel, 
Countess of Essex and Eu, having been given in the preceding volumes, 
the present volume of the PLANTAGENET ROLL OF THE BLOOD 
ROYAL treats of those of Lady Elizabeth Mortimer, wife first of Henry, 
Lord Percy, K.G., called " Hotspur," and, secondly, of Thomas, Lord 
Camoys, K.G. 

The plan followed is identical with that adopted in the Clarence and 

Exeter Volumes. The lines from the Lady Elizabeth are traced out in a 

1 ^ series of Tables until about the beginning of the last century ; then in the 

' body of the book the descendants of the various persons last named in the 

?y Tables are set out in the order of primogeniture. The full dates of birth, 

,-v marriage, and death are given, and in the cases of married persons the 

names of the husband and wife, &c. 

In the Tables the dates of birth, marriage, and death are given when- 
ever possible, but as the object of the writer has been merely to trace out 
the living descendants of Edward III., and in order to keep the work within 
bounds, he has been obliged to omit (except in some few cases, where it 

has been thought desirable to show the descent of a title) the names of 

persons who died without issue, or whose issue subsequently failed, and also 
o . the parentage of the wives. 

In the case of a person having been married more than once, only the 

i name of the wife or wives (or husband or husbands) by whom he (or she) 

had issue are given, the figure in round brackets immediately following the 

■^ marriage mark ( = ) signifying whether she (or he) is first, second, or third wife 

^ (or husband). Similarly, if the figure precedes the marriage mark, it signi- 

H fies that he (or she) married as first or second wife (or husband), as the case 

Qsjj may be. Wherever the compiler has been able to give the dates of birth 

~^) and marriage, he has considered this sufficient indication of whether the 

\. children are by the first or second marriage ; but where the dates have not 

\ been obtainable, the figure before the names shows of which marriage they 

are the issue. 

When a name in the Tables is in italics, it signifies that they have a 
previous descent which has been already shown. 

In the Roll itself considerations of space have again rendered it necessary 
to adopt the briefest possible description, and the words " and had issue " 
must be held to refer only (with the exceptions mentioned above) to those 
children who are now living, or whose issue now survives, or those concerning 
whose issue, or possible issue, the author has been unable to obtain par- 

Each Section is headed by the name of the person last named in the 
Tables, and their children are la, 2a, &c. The issue of the «'s, grand- 
children of the head of the line, are b's, and the children of these last, 
great-grandchildren of the head of the line, are similarly c's, and so on, the 
d's being children of the c's, and great-great-grandchildren of the head of 
the line, &c. 


The dates of birth and death immediately follow the names of the per- 
sons to whom they refer. In the cases of births, marriages, and deaths 
outside the United Kingdom, the author has endeavoured to give the place 
as well as the date. 

The surnames of noblemen are given in round brackets after then- 
Christian names, and the nationality of their title is indicated by the 
initials and names within square brackets immediately following them. 1 

The Lady Elizabeth Mortimer, whose descendants are here set out, was 
the elder daughter 2 of Edmund (Mortimer), 3rd Earl of March, by his wife 
the Lady Philippa, only child and heir of Lionel (of Antwerp), Duke of 
Clarence, the eldest of the four sons of King Edward III. of whom issue 
now survives. Her brother Roger, 4th Earl of March, was declared heir to 
the crown of England by King Richard II., and was the father of the Lady 
Anne Mortimer, who by her marriage with Richard (Plantagenet), Earl of 
Cambridge, transmitted the hereditary right to the throne to the House of 
York, and was the ancestress of King Edward IV. and of all the successive 
sovereigns of England (with the exception of Henry VII.) from that day to 
this, and equally so of all those whose names are recorded in the Tudor 
Roll and in the Clarence, Exeter, and Essex Volumes of the present series. 

Lady Elizabeth was born at Usk, 12 February 1371, and married the 
famous Henry, Lord Percy, K.G., called " Hotspur," son and heir of Henry, 
1st Earl of Northumberland. He was descended in the male line from 
Josceline of Louvain, brother of Queen Adeliza, second wife of King Henry I., 
and younger son of Godfrey, sovereign Duke of Lorraine and Count of 
Brabant, who, marrying Maud, daughter and eventual heiress of William, 
3rd feudal Lord Percy, assumed her name but retained his own paternal 
arms; and was himself of the Royal Blood, Henry, 3rd Lord Percy of 
Alnwick (father of the 1st Earl of Northumberland), having married the 
Lady Mary Plantagenet, daughter of Henry, Earl of Lancaster, and grand- 
daughter of Edmund, Earl of Lancaster, the second son of King Henry III. 

Lord Percy was born 20 May 1364; was knighted by King Edward 
III. in April 1377 along with the future Kings, Richard II. and Henry IV., 
who were almost exactly of his own age ; was made a KG. at the age of 24 
in 1388, and won his sobriquet of "Hotspur" owing to the restless ac- 
tivity he displayed as Warden of the Marches in repressing the inroads of 
the Scottish Borderers. 3 He was the English commander at the famous 

1 The initials E., S., I., G.B., U.K., F., H.R.E., andP.S., standing for England, Scotland, Ireland, 
Great. Britain, the United Kingdom, Fiance, the Holy Roman Empire, and the Papal States. With 
regard to foreign titles of nobility, it was the original intention of the author to give these in the 
language of their nationality, hut it would have appeared absurd to have written Berzoy von Tech, or 
to have referred to the Freihrrr Heinrieli run Worms, M.P.; after much consideration, therefore, he 
decided to give them in English, adding the foreign equivalent in brackets immediately following, so, 
"3rd Baron of Huge! (Freiherr von Hugel) "— " 7th Count of Salis (Graf von Salis)," after the plan 
recently adopted in the Almanwh cle Unthu. It is to he wished that some settled rule might be 
adopted by the Press. To take one case, which might he multiplied without end, Due d' Orleans or 
Duke of Orleans are both equally correct, but the Duke it'Orlioiis, which one constantly sees, is eer- 
tainly a misnomer. The Spanish Minister is nearly always described as "Marquis of Villalobar," 
while the Italian Ambassador figures as " Marquis de San Giuliano." Surely it should be " Marquis 
of" or " Marehese di." All the older writers used to translate the names and titles into English, and 
this appears to be the only way if any uniform plan is to be attempted, and is, moreover,'' the plan 
adopted to-day by such high authorities as the compilers of the British Museum Catalogue. 

8 Her younger sister, Lady Philippa, born at Ludlow, 21 November 1375, married 1st, John 
(Hastings), Earl of Pembroke ; 2ndly, 15 August 1390, Richard (Fitzalan), 11th Earl of Arundel, and 
3rdly. after April 1398, John (Poynings). Lord St. John, but d.s.p.s. at Halnaker, co. Sussex, 24 Sep- 
tember 1 101. 

' Walsingham, ii. p. 144. 



Battle of Otterburn (Chevy Chase), 10 August 1388 — " the best-fought and 
severest of all the battles I have related in my history," says Froissart — 
where, though Douglas, the Scottish commander, was slain, Percy himself 
was made prisoner; and of Homildon Hill, 14 September 1402, where 
he defeated the Scots and captured the Earl of Douglas. He joined 
his father in supporting Henry of Lancaster's usurpation of the crown, 
it being the subsequent boast of the Percies that they had placed 
Henry IV. on the throne ; but afterwards taking mortal offence at the 
King's refusal to allow him to ransom his brother-in-law Sir Edmund 
Mortimer whilst claiming the prisoners whom he (Percy) had taken at 
Homildon Hill, he rose in rebellion and was defeated and slain at the Battle 
of Shrewsbury, 23 July 1403, by an unknown hand, either by a spear or by 
an arrow which had pierced his brain. After that " sory bataill," the fore- 
runner of the Wars of the Roses, was finished, his body, over which the 
King is said to have shed tears, was delivered to his kinsman Thomas 
(Nevill), Lord Furnival, who buried it in his family chapel at Whitchurch, 
sixteen miles from the battlefield. But a day or two later, in order to pre- 
vent any rumour that he was still alive, it was taken up and placed for 
public exhibition between two millstones near the pillory in Shrewsbury, 
somewhere near the present site of the Post Office, guarded by armed men, 
and then beheaded and quartered. His head was placed over the gate of 
York, '" there to remain so long as it can last," and his four quarters were 
salted and sent in sacks to the Mayors of London, Bristol, Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, and Chester, the cost of their carriage being £13, 15s. 1 On 3 
November following, however, the King ordered that his head and quarters 
should be delivered to his widow, who buried them in the Northumberland 
tomb in York Minster. She was put under arrest after Hotspur's death, 2 
but was subsequently released, and married, secondly, as his second wife, 
Thomas (de Camoys), 1st Lord Camoys, K.G., who commanded the left 
wing of the army at the Battle of Agincourt. She was living 1417/8, and 
may have been the " Isabel Camoyse, wife of Thomas Camoyse, Knt.," who 
died 1444, and was buried in the Friars Minors. 

Lord Camoys died 28 March 1419, and was buried at Trotton, co. 
Sussex, where there is a beautiful brass, with the effigies of himself and 
Lady Elizabeth, a photogravure of which, taken from a rubbing by Dr. 
Fairbank, is given as a frontispiece to this volume. 

She had issue by her first husband a son, Henry, who was restored as 
2nd Earl of Northumberland by Henry V., 11 November 1414, and a 
daughter, Lady Elizabeth, wife first of John, 7th Lord Clifford, K.G., and 
2ndly, of Ralph (Nevill), 2nd Earl of Westmorland ; and by her second 
another daughter, the Hon. Alice Camoys, wife of Sir Leonard Hastings, 
who all three had issue (see Table II). The statement sometimes made 
that she was the mother of Sir Richard de Camoys is incorrect. 

On the death of the 7th Earl of Northumberland in 15 72 the repre- 
sentation of Hotspur and Lady Elizabeth devolved upon his daughters and 
co-heirs. The elder Lady Elizabeth married Richard Woodruffe of Wolley, 
co. York, and had issue, but none of her descendants have been traced to the 
present day (see p. 567). The younger Lady Lucy married Sir Edward 

1 ,; Battlefield Church, Salop, and the Battle of Shrewsbury," by the Rev. W. G. D. Fletcher, 
M.A., F.S.A., 1903, p. 13. * Fiedera, viii. p. 334. 


Stanley, K.B.., and her heir of line is Viscount Gage, who is thus the senior 
known representative of Lady Elizabeth Mortimer and Lord Percy. 

The descendants of Lady Elizabeth are very much more numerous than 
those of her brother the Earl of March. The present part of the Mortimer- 
Percy Volume deals with those of Henry, 4th Earl of Northumberland, K.G. 
(d. 1486) and of his sister, Lady Elizabeth Gascoigne, and contains between 
nine and ten thousand new names. The actual number of their living 
descendants who are traceable, however, amounts to some thirty or forty 
thousand, and they have between them 135,5 20 descents. Owing, how- 
ever, to the many inter-marriages with descendants of the Earl of March, 
the great majority of these have already appeared in one or other of the 
volumes previously published, in right of a senior descent from him ; and 
owing to the ever-increasing number of descendants and descents which 
naturally occur as the lines are carried further back, the compiler has in 
the present index been reluctantly compelled to abandon the plan he had 
hitherto followed of setting out in the index the name of every descendant 
whether or not they have already appeared in former volumes, and to con- 
fine the index to the present part to the names which actually appear in 
the body of the work. It will be easily understood how this course has 
been forced upon him when it is pointed out that all the Clarence, 1 and 
that 14,478 Tudor, 2 31,752 Exeter, and 12,176 Essex descents repeat 
in the present part. To prevent any inconvenience, however, a new plan 
has been adopted of adding an index of the numbers instead of the names 
which repeat, so that any one can at once see whether he or she is de- 
scended from Edward III. through the Mortimer-Percy marriage. This 
plan will be found fully explained on page 607, and is the plan Avhich will 
be followed with duplicate descents in all future volumes. 

With this part is included a Supplement, containing some further de- 
scendants of the Duchess of Exeter and the Countess of Essex, which the 
compiler has since succeeded in tracing. 

Summarising the five volumes already published, it will be found that 
some fifty thousand descendants 3 of King Edward III. have been traced, 
and that they have between them over 300,000 descents, all clearly 
shown by the numbers attached to each name. Included in the Roll are 
the names of all the crowned heads of Europe, with the exception of the 
King of Servia and the Prince of Montenegro; of the majority of our 
hereditary legislators ; of the members of all the royal and princely houses 
of Europe ; of many of the higher nobility of France, Germany, Austria, 
Hungary, Poland, Bohemia, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Russia, Belgium; and of 

1 By the marriages respectively of the Hon. Jane Nevill and Henry. Lord Stafford (both descen- 
dants through the Mortimer- Percy marriage ; see the present Part, Tables XXVI. and XXI.) with 
Henry (Pole) Lord Montagu and the Lady Ursula Pole, grandchildren of George, Duke of Clarence 
(see Clarence Vol., Table II.). 

2 Largely in consequence of the marriage nf Henry (Clifford), 2nd Earl of Cumberland (a Mortimer- 
Percy descendant; see Table VIII.), with the Lady Eleanor Brandon, a granddaughter of King 
Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, Tabic XIV.). 

3 As far as the compiler has been able to trace them, the living descendants of King Edward IV. 
appear to amount to some 12,000 ; and those of the Duke of Clarence, of the Duchess of Exeter, and 
the Countess of Essex to some 18,000, 25,500, and 18,000 respectively ; while the present instalment 
of Lady Elizabeth Mortimer's descendants number some 30,000. In consequence of inter-marriages, 
however, a considerable number, as already mentioned, are descended from all five, while others again 
are descended from lour, or three, or two of them. He has not had time to work out the exact number 
of these inter-marriages, but a rough estimate fixes the net number of the descendants of Edward III. 
already traced at the above number. 



the old aristocracy of the Southern States of America, together with many 
of those of our baronets and county families with their cadets, who so 
largely go to make up the professional classes ; but with some few 
exceptions, none have descended to or are at least traceable among the 
trading or labouring classes. 

While tracing hundreds of entirely new lines of descent, it has been the 
duty of the author to discard others which will not stand in the light of 
modern investigation. This has been especially so in the case of the 
Mortimer-Percy lines. For instance, the oft-repeated statement that Lady 
Eleanor Percy, a daughter of the 3rd Earl of Northumberland, married 
Reginald (West), 6th Lord De La Warr, is demonstratively incorrect, and 
this would have been at once seen had the old Peerage writers been 
more careful in comparing their dates. The will of Henry, 3rd Earl of 
Northumberland, is dated 1 November 1458, and in it he mentions his 
three daughters, Eleanor, Margaret, and Elizabeth, all then unmarried. 1 
Lord De La Warr died on the 27 August 1450, not 1451, as stated by 
Collins and others. The writs issued on his death are dated 1 September, 
29 Hen. VI., which is clearly 1450, and the inquisitions in pursuance were 
taken in various counties within the next few weeks. 2 From these we learn 
that Richard West, Esq., was his son and heir and over 19 years of age. 
Richard West was consequently born not later than 1431, in which year 
his supposed grandfather, the Earl of Northumberland, was six years of age ! 
The Lord De La Warr who died in 1450 was, moreover, at least 30 years 
older than his alleged father-in-law. 3 This of course cuts out the many 
lines traced through the Wests, several of which have been printed. 
Equally incorrect are the lines traced through the marriage of Thomas 
Frewen, M.P., in 1671, with Bridget Laton, 4 and through the alleged 
marriage of Thomas ap John Vaughan of Plas Thomas, co. Salop, with 
Joan, said to have been a daughter of Philip Jennings of Dudleston, by 
Diana, da. of Sir William Bowyer, Bt. 5 

1 Collins ("Peerage of England," vol. ii. p. 373) quotes this will, and yet both at this reference 
and at vol. v. p. 382, proo Is to marry Eleanor to Lord De La Warr. 

2 Ex inform. Sir Henry Maxwell Lyte. The author has also to thank Sir George Armytage, Bt., 
and Mr. Erskine E. West for assistance in running this statement to earth. 

3 The Editor has not been able to trace the genesis of the statement of the alleged marriage, but 
Mr. Erskine K. West suggests that possibly Lady Eleanor Percy married Lord De La Warr's grand- 
son, Reginald West, whose name, and nothing more, appears in several MSS. in the British Museum. 

4 See Burke's "Landed Gentry," 1906, p. 635. The statement there is that Bridget was the sister 
and heir of Charles and the daughter of Sir Thomas Laton by his wile. Bridget Sandford. whii-h Sir 
Thomas was the son and heir of another Sir Thomas Laton of Laton and Sexhow, by his wife, the 
Hon. Mary Fairfax, the said Mary Fairfax being a descendant of Edward III., through Mortimer- 
Percy (see Table XV.). Bridget Sandford was', however, the seconil irife of the first-no, „al .Sir 
Thomas Laton. Sir Thomas married twice, first Mary Fairfax (who died 1636), by whom he had, with 
others (see Table XV.), a son, Thomas, incorrectly styled Sir Thomas in the above pedigree. This 
Thomas died s.p. ("Hail. MS.," p. 2118). having married Anne, daughter of Ambrose Pudsey, who 
survived him, and married, sreondlv. Walt, r Stn.'kland (Whitaker's "Craven," p. 126). Admon. of 
Thomas Laton, Esquire, of East Laton, Yorks, was granted to Anne Laton, his widow, 20 April 
1659. Sir Thomas married. 2ndly. 1637, the said Bridget, widow of Ambrose Pudsey of Bolton, and 
daughter of Sir Richard Saudi. .id, l,y whom he bad is,ue Charles, who ./.>•./>, and Bridget, who married, 
1671, Thomas Frewen. M.P., md had issue. The M.I. to the Rev. John Frewen at Sapcote, Leics., 
recites that his mother, Bridget l'i. ■». n. was the only (mV) daughter of Sir Thomas Laton of East Laton 
and Sexhow ... by Dame Bridget, his second wife, relict of Ambrose Pudsey . . . and daughter of 
Sir Richard Sandford, and the minutes of the. Committee for the advancing money, 1469/60, have a 
reference to Bridget, wife of Sir Thomas Layton, to the effect that she had a jointure, and that she 
applied for one-fifth and was refused. The pedigree at the Heralds' College gives Sir Thomas's 
marriages correctly, but seems itself to need verifying in other particulars. 

5 See Burke's "Royal Descents," ii., xev., and "Landed Gentry" (1906, p. 1718). According to 
this pedigree, Philip Vaughan, the great-grandson of Thomas ap John Vaughan, was bapt. 10 October 
1690, while Diana Bowyer was bapt. 7 October 16S0, only ten years and three days before her great- 
grandson ! 

ix b 


The author has, of course, also ignored all the descents traced from Sir 
William St. Leger, Lord President of Munster, it having been clearly 
established now for some years that it was not Sir William's father, Sir 
Warharn St. Leger, but his great-uncle, another Sir Warham, who married 
the Ursula Nevil. 1 The author hopes that those who find themselves 
omitted in consequence of the above will not consider him personally 
responsible, and he will hope in some future volume to have the pleasure 
of restoring their names in right of some other and more correct descent. 

The author must himself plead guilty to an unfortunate slip in the 
Clarence volume. Following Berry and others, he has in Table LXII. 
made Elizabeth Meux, the third wife (married at St. Dunstan's West, 
London, 2 May 1710) of Sir John Miller, 3rd Bt., the mother of all his 
children, whereas she appears to have had only one child to survive, viz. 
Elizabeth, wife of Sir Edward Worsley of Gatcombe. The other children 
appear to have all been by the first wife, Margaret, daughter of John 
Peachy, who died 23, and was buried in Chichester Cathedral, 25 September 
1710. Sir Thomas, 4th Bt., was baptized 4 April 1689, and matriculated 
at Oxford 1706/7, aged 18. This cuts out sections 548 and 549 (pp. 
500-515) and 556, 557, and 558 (p. 518), Nos. 21953-22365, a total of 
413; but as Nos. 21987-22002 (Chichesters), 22003-22012 (Hortons), 
22015-22020 (Carpenter-Garniers), 22041-22095 (Garniers), 22103- 
22135 (Delrnes), and 22136-22305 (Keppels) reappear in right of 
their descents in the Essex (p. 632), Mortimer-Percy (pt. i. p. 306), Tudor 
(p. 171), and Exeter (pp. 243, 385, 243) vols, respectively, the actual 
number of names which come out is only 63. The author is indebted 
to Arthur E. Gamier, Esq., for calling his attention to this error. 

In the next part it is hoped to complete the other descendants of Lady 
Elizabeth Mortimer, and as this will at the same time finish all the lines 
from Lionel, Duke of Clarence, a further Supplement will be added, and 
the Editor will be very glad to hear of any omissions which may have been 
noticed in order that he may include them in this Supplement. 

Future volumes will deal with the descendants of John (Plantagenet, 
called of Gaunt), Duke of Lancaster; of Edmund (Plantagenet, called of 
Langley), Duke of York; of Thomas (Plantagenet, called of Woodstock), 
Duke of Gloucester ; and of the Lady Isabel Plantagenet, wife of Ingleram 
(de Courcy), Earl of Bedford. 

There are, of course, many who affect to laugh at any work treating 
of Royal descents, and a volume which is devoted to setting forth the 
individual descent of various more or less obscure personages is naturally 
of purely personal interest to those whose descent it sets forth, but the 
present series approaches the subject from a totally different point — from 
the historical, not from the personal, and aims at treating in a fairly 
exhaustive manner of all the descendants of, and descents from, the greatest 
of our Plantagenet kings. While preparing this work the author has 
received some hundreds of letters from persons in every quarter of the 
globe, descended not only from Edward III., but in many cases our early 
Norman and Saxon sovereigns, requesting that their descents may be 
included, and surprise has in some cases been expressed because the writer, 

1 See Table XXVII. Tin' ( lpiler refers to this because descents through this alleged marriage 

figure so often in previously printed works on Royal descents, and he is being constantly referred to 


while casting no doubt on the genuineness of the particular descent, has 
been obliged to explain, either that it did not come within the scope of his 
work, or else that a descent from, say, John of Gaunt, could not be included 
in the volume dealing with those from George of Clarence. 

The author is always glad to receive copies of all Royal descents. They 
are all carefully arranged, and those coming from Edward III. will, if found 
correct, be duly included in their proper order. It is, however, impossible 
for him to say off-hand whether such and such a descent is correct. The 
work is not an easy one to prepare, and it is absolutely necessary for him 
to confine himself to the particular line of descent upon which he may for 
the moment be engaged. 

Others say that a Royal descent is of no interest, since so many enjoy 
it; but allowing that there are some 80,000 or even 100,000 descendants 
of Edward III. now living, what is that out of a total of, say, 100,000,000 per- 
sons of British descent ; and even if Edward I. may be justly termed the father 
of the British people, it is quite a different thing to be able to trace the line. 
Let it be remembered that while a word from the King can put one in " the 
Peerage," or a successful financial speculation in the " Landed Gentry," birth 
alone entitles one to a place in the Plantagenet Roll ; for on one side at least 
there must be a strain of gentle blood, through which it is possible to trace 
ancestry 1 to the feudal and crusading days. 

As the Rev. W. G. D. Fletcher, a well-known authority on the subject, 
so truly remarks 2 : "The tracing and working out the descent of living 
persons from kings and princes of England is often of vastly greater interest 
than tracing their pedigrees back in the direct male line. A family pedigree 
is . too often a string of the names of almost unknown persons, with their 
place of abode, the dates of baptism and marriage and death, and the date 
and proof of their will Useful men, no doubt, these ancestors were in 
their day, but they were for the most part ' unknown to history.' It is 
given to but few to have in the male line a Marlborough, a Nelson, a Clivc, 
a Wellington, a Fox, a Burke, a Pitt, a Cromwell, a Lely, or a Reynolds for 
an ancestor. Whereas every Royal descent necessarily implies the possession 
of distinguished historical personages as ancestors — men and women who 
meet us in the pages of history, kings, warriors, statesmen, Knights of the 
Garter, canonised saints, and so forth. And if it be sometimes urged that, 
after all, the quantity of Royal blood that flows in any person's veins must 
be infinitesimally small, the same holds true of the blood of our paternal 
ancestors ; we only have one-half of our fathers' blood, one-quarter of our 
grandfathers', one-eighth of our great-grandfathers', and so on." 

Embracing, as this work does, all classes, from the sovereign to the 
peasant, it serves to unite all in a common interest in the traditions of 
the past. Who studying history, or visiting the tombs of the Edwards 
in Westminster Abbey, or reading Lytton's " Last of the Barons," could fail 
to feel a better citizen, knowing that step by step, and link by link, he is 
descended in a clear unbroken line from those who built up the foundations 
of our mighty Empire, and is united by blood to our common sovereign. 

But putting on one side the question of the interest or value of a 

1 It should be remembered that any one whose name occurs in this Roll can trace an ancestry back 
in an unbroken line to William the Conqueror and Alfred the Great, to St. Louis and to the Emperor 

- See " Notes on some Shropshii e Royal Descents," by the Rev. W. G. I). Fletcher, M.A. , F.S.A. 


Royal descent, this series forms a valuable means of recording the genea- 
logies of many important families which do not come within the scope 
of any of the other genealogical works, and of the cadet and colonial 
branches of those that do. The Peerages, &c. are naturally more concerned 
with the fortunes of the titled or landed lines, but the Plantagenet Roll 
aims at making the pedigrees of such families as come within its scope 
exhaustive ; and the Editor ventures to think that the pedigree here given 
will be found of use to future generations quite apart from Royal descent, 
and that the recording those branches settled beyond the seas equally 
with those at home will help to cement the feeling of kinship between 
the different parts of the Empire, and so help towards that closer union 
of the British-speaking States which it is the duty of all to promote. 

Every effort has been made to make the Roll as complete as possible, 
and to thoroughly revise and bring the particulars up to date, and for 
this purpose proofs have been submitted to all those named therein whose 
addresses the writer was able to ascertain, and he desires to return his 
most grateful thanks for the courtesy and assistance which have been 
extended to him on all hands. It is sometimes invidious to particularise, 
but he must especially acknowledge his indebtedness to the Rev. E. H. 
Fellowes, the Rev. W. G. D. Fletcher, F.S.A., Sir George Armytage, Bt., 
Sir Henry Maxwell Lyte, M. Bijlweld, Editor of the Nederlands Adchbock, 
the Rev. C. Moor, D.D., Sir Robert A. Morris, Bt., Major Raymond Smythies, 
Erskine E. West, Esq., Charles E. Lamb, Esq., Mrs. Seton, the Baroness 
Deichmann, Mrs. Lomas, Col. R. V. Riddell, Arthur G. Garnier, Esq., 
R. E. Elliott-Chambers, Esq., Miss Oswald (formerly Williamson), Miss 
Marcon, and some scores of others, far too numerous to enumerate, who 
have not only assisted with particulars concerning their own families, 
but have gone to considerable trouble in assisting him to trace out other 
lines of descent, in searching parish registers, and in obtaining dates. Nor 
must he omit to accord his grateful thanks to Sir James Balfour Paul, the 
Lord Lyon King of Arms, for his always prompt and ready replies to 
inquiries addressed to him ; to the Editor of Notes and Queries for inserting 
numerous questions ; or his indebtedness to works like Burke's " Peerage " 
and " Landed Gentry," Debrett's " Peerage," &c. 

In compiling this work, the author can truthfully say that he has 
made every effort to make it as complete as possible ; each descent is 
treated on its own merits, and no distinction is made, whether it be that 
of the peer or the yeoman ; and absolutely no charge or condition has been 
made for the insertion of any name or descent in this book. 

There are, of course, many lines which the writer has been unable 
to trace, the very magnitude of the task making all the conclusions 
arrived at of a more or less tentative nature, and he is only too fully 
aware of the number of other errors and imperfections which must, almost 
of necessity, occur in a first attempt of this kind ; but he asks for the 
kind indulgence of his readers, and he will be most grateful to all those 
who will point out to him omissions or other errors which may come 
under their notice. They will all be included in a supplementary volume 
with which the series will close. 



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iDegcentiants of LaDp Clijabetb Mortimer (granooa. of Utonel 
(of anttocrp) Duke of Clarence, &(£.)> toifc list of 
fyzmj), Horo Petcg, called J£ot0pur, d.v.p. (being 
fetllco at tlje 'Battle of ^ttetostiutp) 23 Julp 1403 ; 
2nUIp of €:i)oma0, 10c iLoro Camop;, &G5. 

1. Descendants of Lady Elizabeth Percy 1 (Table II.), apparently 
living and then a widow 19 June 1G04, 2 m. Richard Wood- 
roffe of Wolley, co. York ; and had issue lee to 3a. 

la. Maximilian Woodroffe, son and h. 2 , 3 

2a. Joseph or Joshua Woodroffe, 3 , 4 , 5 , d. ( - ) ; m. Magdalene, da. and h. of Roger 
Billings of Marthagare, co. Denbigh; and had issue lb to 5b. 

lb. Charles Woodroffe, 3 , 4 ,'', d. unm 3 

2b. Joseph Woodroffe. 3 , ■-■ 

3b. Francis Woodroffe. 3 , ■> 

ib. Foljambe Woodroffe of Wakefield, tradesman, 3 , 5 , 9 m. and had issue 3 \c 
to 2c. 

Ic. Francis Woodroffe of Wakefield 3 m. and had issue (with a da. who d. young) 
Id to -id. 

Id. William Woodroffe. 3 

2d. Francis Woodroffe. 3 

3d. Charles Woodroffe. 3 

id. Mary Woodroffe, m. ( — ) Wilson of Bedal? 

2c. William Woodroffe of Wakefield, 3 m. and had issue Id. 

Id. Elizabeth Woodroffe of Wakefield, living there 1773. 3 

5b. Mary Woodroffe. 3 , 5 

3a. Lucy Woodroffe 3 

1 See Appendix. 

8 Mis. Gen. et Her., ii. 379. 

3 " Pedigree and Memorials of the Woodroffe Family," by Miss M. S. Wood- 
roffe, 1878. 

4 Harl. MS., 6070, /. 123 [144]. 

5 Hunter's " Deanery of Doncaster," ii. 387. 

37 F 

Cl)e plantagenet moll 

2. Descendants of Benedicta Maria Theresa Hall, a co-h. to the 
Baronies of Percy, Poynings, and Fitzpayne [E.] (Table II.), 
d. 25 July 1749; m. as 1st wife, c. 1717, Thomas (Gage), 
1st Viscount Gage [I.], d. 21 Dec. 1754; and had issue 
la to 2a. 

la. William Hall {Gage), 2nd Viscount Gage [I.], 1st Baron Gage [G.B.], b. 
1 Jan. 1718; d.s.p. 11 Oct. 1791. 

2a. Hon. Thomas Gage, Governor and Comm. -in-Chief of H.M.'s Forces in 
North America, d. 2 Ap. 1788; m. 8 Dec. 1758, Margaret, da. of Peter Kemble, 
President of the New Jersey Council, d. 9 Feb. 1824 ; and had issue 16 to 66. 

16. Henry (Gage), 3rd Viscount Gage [I.], 2nd Baron Gage [G.B.], b. 4 Mar. 
1761; d. 29 Jan. 1808; m. 11 Jan. 1789, Susannah Maria, da. and h. of Gen. 
William Skinner, d. 29 Ap. 1821 ; and had issue Ic to 2c. 

Ic. Henry Hall {Gage), 4th Viscount Gage [/.], 3rd Baron Gage [G.B.], b. 
14 Dec. 1791 ; d. 20 Jan. 1877 ; m. 8 Mar. 1813, Elizabeth Maria [descended from 
the Lady Isabel Plantagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 134)], da. of the Hon. Edward 
Foley of Stoke Edith, d. 13 June 1857 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Hon. Henry Edward Hall Gage, Lieut. -Col. Royal Sussex Militia, b. 9 Jan. 
1814; d. 8 Sept. 1875; m. 31 Aug. 1840, Sophia Selina [descended paternally from 
George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 638), and maternally from 
his aunt, the Lady Isabel Plantagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 59)], da. of Sir Charles 
Knightley, 2nd Bart. [G.B.] ; d. 4 May 1866 ; and had issue le to 2e. 

le. Henry Charles (Gage), 5th Viscount Gage [I.] and 4th Baron Gage [G.B.], 
senior known representative and heir-general of Henry " Hotspur," Lord Percy, 
and his wife, Lady Elizabeth, da. of Edmund (Mortimer), 3rd Earl of March, and 
the Princess Philippa, only child of Lionel (of Antwerp), Duke of Clarence, K.G., 
the eldest of the sons of King Edward III. of whom issue now survives, and co-h. to 
the Earldom of Northumberland (1377) and Baronies of Percy (1299) and Poynings 
(1337) [E.] {Firle Place, Lewes; Carlton; Bachelors'), 6. 2 Ap. 1854; m. 23 July 
1894, Leila Georgiana [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence 
Volume, p. 605)], da. of the Rev. Frederick Peel ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Hon. Henry Rainald Gage, 6. 30 Dec. 1895. 

2/. Hon. Irene Adelaide Gage. 

3/. Hon. Vera Benedicta Gage. 

4/. Hon. Yvonne Rosamond Gage. 

2e. Selina Elizabeth Gage, m. 1st, 22 July 1862, Henry Cavendish Cavendish 
(1852), formerly Taylor of Chyknell, co. Salop, J.P., D.L. (div. Jan. 1872); 2ndly, 
1873, J. White ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Edith Selina Cavendish, m. 24 May 1893, Major Hubert Cornwall Legh, 
King's Royal Rifle Corps. 

2/. Ethel Julia Cavendish. 

3/. Elfrida Geraldine Cavendish. 

2d. Hon. Edward Thomas Gage, Lieut. -Gen. and Col. Comdg. R.H.A., C.B., b. 
28 Dec. 1825 ; d. 21 May 1889 ; m. 1st, 17 Jan. 1856, Arabella Elizabeth (see p. 40), 
da. of the Hon. Thomas William Gage, d. 8 Nov. 1860 ; 2ndly, 17 Nov. 1862, Ella 
Henrietta (29 Clifton Crescent, Folkestone), da. of James Maxse [by his wife, Lady 
Caroline, nee Berkeley] ; and had issue le to 8e. 

le. 1 William Henry St. Quintin Gage, b. 12 Feb. 1858. 

2e> Francis Edward Gage, 6. 13 Oct. 1860. 

'3e.- Ella Molyneux Berkeley Gage, Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. 3rd County of 
London Imp. Yeo., late 14th Hussars {Marlborough; Cavalry), b. 29 Sept. 1863; 
m. 30 Oct. 1888, Ethel Marion, da. of John Lysaght of Springfort, co. Gloucester ; 
and has issue 1/. 

1/. John Fitzhardinge Berkeley Gage, 6. 3 June 1901. [Nos. 1 to 13. 




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4e. 2 James Seton Drunimond Gage, late Lieut. 5th Dragoons, b. 28 June 1870. 

he" Moreton Foley Gage, Major 7th Dragoons, served in Uganda 1808-9 and 
South Africa 1900-2 {Army and Navy ; Marlborough), b. 12 Jan. 1873; m. 1902, 
Annie Massie, da. of William Everard Strong of New York City, U.S.A. ; and has 
issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Berkeley Everard Foley Gage, b. 27 Feb. 1904. 

2/. Edward FitzHardinge Fey ton Gage, b. 3 July 1906. 

Ge. 1 Mary Cecil Elizabeth Wilhelmina Gage, m. 28 Dec. 1882, the Rev. Henry 
Stewart Gladstone, formerly Vicar of Honingham (Hazelwood, King's Langley, 
Herts) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Thomas Henry Gladstone, b. 21 Mar. 1889. 

If. Kathleen Mary Gladstone, b. 15 Mar. 1887. 

7e. 1 Georgiana Elizabeth Gage (5 Eaton Terrace, S.W.). 

Se. 2 Mabel Maria Gage, b. 10 June 1866; d. 12 May 1901 ; m. 27 Ap. 1899, 
Lieut-Col. William Eliot Peyton, D.S.O., loth Hussars ; and had issue. 

3d. Hon. Caroline Harriet Gage, b 23 July 1823 ; d. 8 Mav 1888 ; m. 4 May 
1847, Standish Prendergast (Vereker), ith Viscount Gort [I.], b. 6 July 1819; d. 
9 Jan. 1900 ; and had issue le to 8e. 

le. John Gage Prendergast (Vereker), 5th Viscount Gort [I.], b. 28 Jan. 1849 ; 
d. 15 Aug. 1902; m. 28 Jan. 1885, Eleanor (East Cowes Castle, I.W. ; Ham- 
sterley Hall, co. Durham; 15 Grosvenor Gardens, S.W.), da. and co-h. of Robert 
Smith Surtees of Hamsterley Hall (re-m. Indly, 27 June 1908, Col. Slacking Meux 
Benson) ; and had issue 1/ to If. 

\f. John Standish Surtees Prendergast (Vereker), 6th Viscount Gort [I.] (East 
Cowes Castle, I.W.), b. 10 July 1886. 

if. Hon. Standish Robert Gage Prendergast Vereker, b. 12 Feb. 1888. 

le. Hon. Foley Charles Prendergast Vereker, Capt. R.N., b. 21 June 1850; d. 
24 Oct. 1900; m. 25 Mar. 1876, Ellen Amelia (Hawkridge, Hayward's Heath), da. 
of the Rev. Henry Michael Myddelton Wilshere, Rector of Simon's Town, Cape 
Colony ; and had issue 1/ to 8/. 

1/. Standish Henry Prendergast Vereker, Assist. Resident N. Nigeria, formerly 
Vice-Consul at Cherbourg, served in South Africa with Imp. Yeo., two medals, b. 
12 Nov. 1878 ; m. 25 Mar. 1908, Eleanor Elizabeth, da. of Henry Bott of Brentford, 

2/. Leopold George Prendergast Vereker, Lieut. R.N.R., b. 26 Jan. 1881 
(H.R.H. the late Duke of Albany sponsor). 

3/. Maurice Charles Prendergast Vereker, b. 21 Aug. 1884. 

if. Foley Gerard Prendergast Vereker, Naval Cadet, b. 12 Ap. 1893. 

5/. Violet Eva Vereker, b. 23 Mar. 1882. 

6/. Lilian Isolda Vereker, b. 1 May 1883. 

If. Muriel Agnes Vereker, b. 19 Oct. 1886. 

8/. Ivy Mary Vereker, b. 21 Feb. 1888. 

Ze. Hon. Jeffrey Edward Prendergast Vereker, formerly Major R.A. (Naval 
and Military), b. 27 Mar. 1858; m. 1902, Deno, da. of Capt. (— ) Head. 

4e. Hon. Isolda Caroline Vereker, m. 23 Nov. 1870, Sir Charles William 
Frederick Craufurd, 4th Bart. [G.B.] (see p. 41) (Annbank House, co. Ayr ; United 
Service) ; and has issue 1/ to 9/. 

1/. George Standish Gage Craufurd, D.S.O., Capt. 1st Batt. Gordon Highlanders 
and Staff Officer W. African Frontier Force, has Chitral medal with clasps, and 
Queen's medal with five clasps and King's medal with two clasps for South African 
War, where he comm. Batt. Mounted Inf. with rank of Major, b. 19 Nov. 1872. 

If. Quentin Charles Alexander Craufurd, Lieut. R.N., b. 11 Feb. 1875; m. 
1 Oct. 1899, Ann, da. of Thomas Blackwell. 

3/. Alexander John Fortescue Craufurd, b. 22 Mar. 1876. [Nos. 14 to 36. 


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4/. Charles Edward Vereker Craufurd, Lieut. R.X., b. 17 July 1885. 

5/. Hester Jane Laline Craufurd. 

6/. Laline Isolda Craufurd. 

If. Isolda Mabel Cecil Craufurd, m. 9 Nov. 1909, Hugh Walter Wilson [only 
surviving son of John Walter Wilson of Shotley Hall]. 

8/. Eleanor Mary Dorothea Craufurd. 

9/. Margaret Elizabeth Maria Craufurd. 

5e. Hon. Mabel Elizabeth Vereker (10 Wilton Street, S.W.). 

6e. Hon. Laline Maria Vereker. 

7e. Hon. Elizabeth Maria Vereker, m. 1st, 7 Dec. 1886, William Harvey 
Astell of Woodbury Hall, co. Beds, J.P., D.L., b. 26 Nov. 1860; d. 20 Ap. 1896; 
m. 2ndly, 12 June 1902, Philip (Sydney), 3rd Baron de L'Isle and Dudley [U.K.], 
representative and heir-general of the Lady Anne, sister of Kings Edward IV. and 
Richard III. (Penshurst Place, Tonbridge ; Ingleby Manor, Middlesbrough) ; and 
has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Richard John Vereker Astell (Woodbury Hall, Sandy, co. Beds ; 16 Sloane 
Gardens, S.W.), b. 7 Sept. 1890. 

2/. Laline Annette Astell, b. 1 Oct. 1888. 

3/. Cynthia Elizabeth Violet Astell, b. 10 Aug. 1893. 

8e. Hon. Corinna Julia Vereker. 

id. Hon. Fanny Charlotte Gage, b. 8 Nov. 1830; d. 23 Jan. 1883; m. 15 Feb. 
1853, Capt. William Tomline, late 10th Hussars. 

2c. Hon. Thomas William Gage of W estbury, co. Hants, b. 4 Aug. 1796; d. 
25 Jan. 1855 ; m. 12 June 1824, Arabella Cecil, da. of Thomas William St. Quintin 
of Scampston Hall, co. York, d. 25 Feb. 1840; and had issue Id. 

Id. Arabella Elizabeth Gage, d. 8 Nov. 1860; m. as 1st wife, 17 Jan. 1856, Gen. 
the Hon. Edward Thomas Gage, C.B., d. 21 May 1889; and had issue. 

See pp. 38-39, Nos. 10-11 and 18-21. 

2b. John Gage of Rogate, co. Hants, b. 23 Dec. 1767; d. 24 Dec. 1846; in. 
20 May 1793, Mary, da. and h. of John Milbanke, d. 9 Nov. 1846 ; and had issue 
Ic to 3r. 

If. Rev. Thomas Wentworth Gage, d. 19 Mar. 1837; m. 17 Feb. 1831, Lady 
Mary Elizabeth, d i. and co-h. of Charles (Douglas), 5th Marquis of Queensberry [S.], 
b. 4 Nov. 1807 ; d. 16 May 1888 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Charles Wentworth Gage, b. 28 Feb. 1832; d. 17 May 1868; m. June 
1862, Georgina (Woodlands, Peterborough, Canada West), da. of C. Toker of Mon- 
treal; and had issue \e. 

L'. Charles Wentworth Gage, b. 1 June 1868. 

2d. Fanny Gage (2 Downe Terrace, Richmond Hill). 

2c. Charlotte Margaret Gage, d. 9 Sept. 1855 ; m. 20 Oct. 1825, John Hodgetts 
Foley, afterwards Hodgetts-Foley of Prestwood, M.P., J. P., D.L. [descended from 
the Lady Isabel Plantagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 134)], b. 17 July 1797; d. 
13 Nov. 1861 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Henry John Wentworth Hodgetts-Foley of Prestwood, M.P., J. P., D.L., b. 
9 Dec. 1828; d. 24 Ap. 1894; m. 12 Dec. 1854, the Hon. Jane Frances Anne, da- 
of Richard (Vivian), 1st Baron Vivian [U.K.], b. 20 May 1824; d. 2 Dec. 1860; 
and had issue le. 

\e. Paul Henry Hodgetts-Foley, now Foley, J. P., D.L., F.S.A. (Presticood, 
Stourbridge; Stoke Edith, Hereford), b. 19 Mar. 1857; m. 9 Feb. 1904, Dora, da. 
and h. of Hamilton W. Langley. 

3c. Louisa Henrietta Gage, b. 21 Dec. 1809; d. (-) ; m. 16 Nov. 1847, Ernst 

Rodolph (de Bertouch), 1st Baron de Bertouch [Denmark, 23 Jan. 1839], Councillor 

of the Danish Legation in London, b. 20 Feb. 1808; d. 8 July 1869; and had 

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Id. Montagu "William Ferdinand (de Bertouch), 2nd Baron de Bertouch [Den- 
mark], Master of the Hunt to the King of Denmark (Las Palmas), b. 24 Aug. 1851 ; 
m. 31 July 1882, Beatrice Caroline, da. of James Elmslie; and has issue le. 

le. Baron Ernst Rudolph Ferdinand Julian de Bertouch (27 Scarsdale 
Villas, London, W.), b. 1 July 1884; m. 8 Jan. 1907, Gladys Zara Mary, da. of 
Thomas Barns of Tilworth, Axminster, Capt. King's Own Scottish Borderers ; 
and has issue 1/. 

If. Baron Ernst Rudolph Anton Gauthier de Bertouch, b. 17 Jan. 1908. 

3b. Maria Theresa Gage, d. 21 Ap. 1832; m. 2 Mar. 1792, Sir James Crau- 
turd, afterwards (R.L. 25 June 1812) Cregan-Craufurd, 2nd Bart. [G.B.], b. 11 Oct. 
1861 ; d. 9 July 1839 ; and had issue le to 2c. 

\c. Rev. Sir George William Craufurd, 3rd Bart. [G.B.], | descended from King 
Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, p. 283)], b. 10 Ap. 1797; d. 24 Feb. 1881; m. Is*, 
15 Feb. 1843, the Hon. Hester, sister to William, 1st Earl of Lovelace [U.K.], da. of 
Peter (King), 1th Baron King [G.B.],b. 2 May 1806; d. (at Pisa) 18 Mar. 1848; 
and had issue Id. 

Id. Sir Charles William Frederick Craufurd, 4th Bart. [G.B.], Lieut, (ret.) R.N. 
(Annbank House, co. Ayr ; United Service), b. 28 Mar. 1847; m. 23 Nov. 1870, the 
Hon. Isolda Caroline (see p. 39), da. of Standish Prendergast (Vereker), 4th 
Viscount Gort [I.] ; and has issue. 

See pp. 39-40, Nos. 34-42. 

2c. Jane Craufurd, d. 25 May 1884; m. 1st, 12 Oct. 1823, Gen. Christopher 
Chowne (R.L. 3 Dec. 1811), formerly Tilson, d. 15 July 1834; 2ndly, 29 Aug. 1836, 
the Rev. Sir Henry Richard Dukenfield, 7th Bart. [E.], d.s.p. 24 Jan. 1858. 

46. Louisa Elizabeth Gage, d. 21 Jan. 1832; m. 13 Feb. 1794, Sir James 
Henry Blake, 3rd Bart. [G.B.], d. 21 Feb. 1832 ; and had issue le to 6c. 

\c. Sir Henry Charles Blake, ith Bart. [G.B.], b. 23 Mar. 1794; d. 20 Ap. 
1841 ; m. 1st, 2 Aug. 1819, Mary Anne, da. of William W hitter of Midhurst, d. 
20 Ap. 1841 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Rev. Henry Bunbury Blake, Rector of Hessett, b. 14 May 1820; d.v.p. 
20 Ap. 1873; m. 1 July 1847, Frances Marion, da. of Henry James Oakes of 
Nowton Court; and had issue le to 5c. 

le. Sir Patrick James Graham Blake, 5th Bart. [G.B.] (Bardwell Manor, Bury 
St. Edmunds), b. 23 Oct. 1861 ; m. 18 Oct. 1883, Emma Gertrude, da. of Thomas 
Pilkington Dawson of Groton House, co. Suffolk ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Cuthbert Patrick Blake, Lieut. R.N., 6. 2 Jan. 1885. 

2/. Veronica Blake. 

2e. Marion Louisa Blake. 

3e. Emma Gage Blake, m. 24 Aug. 1892, George Henry Fillingham (Syerston 
Hall, Newark) ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. George Augustus Fillingham, 6. 23 Oct. 1893. 

4c. Julia Porteus Blake. 

5e. Mary Anne Thellusson Blake. 

2d. William Gage Blake of Nowton Hall, b. 14 Nov. 1821; d. 1889 ; m. 16 
June 1859, Mary, da. of the Rev. James T. Bennet of Cheveley ; and had issue 
le to 3e. 

le. Constance Gage Blake, m. 1883, Edward Charles Harrison Bennet, formerly 
of Copdock, Ipswich ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Judith Harrison Bennet. 

2/. Bridget Mary Bennet. 

2e. Evelyn Gage Blake. 

3e. Henrietta Lillie Gage Blake. 

2c. Rev. William Robert Blake, Vicar of Great Barton, co. Suffolk, b. 1800 ; d. 
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3c. James Bunbury Blake of Thurston House, co. Suffolk, b. 1802 ; d. July 
1874 ; m. 1 Nov. 1831, Catherine, da. and co-h. of Sir Thomas Pilkington, 1th Bart. 
[S.], d. July 1899 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. George Pilkington Blake, J. P., Col. Comdg. Suffolk Imp. Yeo., formerly 
84th Regt., served in Indian Mutiny 1857-58 (Willesboro', Ashford, Kent), b. 
23 Ap. 1835; m. 1st, 15 May 1860, Adeline, da. of James King King of Staunton 
Park, M.P., d. Ap. 1890; 2ndly, July 1893, Adela Mary, widow of Thomas Duffield, 
da. of Theobald Theobald of Sutton Courtney Abbey, J. P. ; and has issue le to ie. 

le. Eustace James Pilkington Blake (St. Leonards, East Sheen), b. 26 Mar. 
1865 ; m. 1889, Ethel Minna, da. of Col. P. B. Schrieber, Royal Scots ; and has issue 
1/ to 2/. 

1/. Norman Pilkington Blake, ) , ,. . N1onn 
', „. , . TT ., , J? , ' } b. (twins) 1890. 

2/. Violet Hilda Blake, J v ' 

2e. Adeline Annie Blake, m. 1884, Hardinge Hay Cameron, Ceylon C.S. 

3c Kathleen Mary Blake, m. 1888, Francis Millett Rickards (Ashtead, near 
Epsom) ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Thomas Millett Rickards, b. 1889. 

ie. Geraldine Blake, m. 1907, Edward Thomas of Ceylon. 

4c. Thomas Gage Blake, b. 1805 ; d. (? unm.). 

5c. Louisa Annabella Blake, d. (-); m. May 1827, Francis King Eagle, 
Bencher M.T., County Court Judge, d. 8 June 1856 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Francis Blake Eagle, lith Light Dragoons, b. 6 Dec. 1833 ; d. 3 Feb. 1879 ; 
m. 1 Nov. 1865, Emma Ellen, da. of Lieut. Henry Bond ; and had issue le to 8c. 

le. Francis Elwyn Burbury Eagle, Major R.M.L.I., ret., b. 29 Aug. 1866. 

le. Maude Campbell Eagle. 

3c. Rose Eagle. 

ie. Violet Eagle. 

5e. Lilian Dundas Eagle. 

6c. Kathleen Emma Louisa Eagle. 

7c. Cecil Mary Eagle. 

8c. Evelyn Gage Wing Eagle. 

6c. Emily Eliza Blake, d. 26 Jan. 1859 ; m. Michael Edwards Rogers, d. 21 Ap. 
1832 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Emily Louisa Merilena Rogers, m. 1863, the Rev. J. H. Marshall of New 
Zealand ; and has issue (5 children). 

56. Charles Margaret Gage, d. Sept. 1814; m. as 1st wife, 22 Ap. 1802, Adm. 
Sir Charles Ogle, 2nd Bart. [U.K.], b. 24 May 1775; d. 16/h«c1858; and had 
issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Sir Chaloner Ogle, 3rd Bart. [U.K.], b. 18 July 1803; d. (at Brussels) 
3 Feb. 1859; m. 5 Ap. 1842, Eliza Sophia Frances, da. and h. of William Thomas 
Roe of Withdean Court, co. Sussex, d. 12 May 1886 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Sir Chaloner Roe Majendie Ogle, ith Bart. [U.K.], b. 2 June 1843; d. 
unm. 29 Nov. 1861. 

2d. Hebe Emily Maritana Ogle, d. 28 May 1889 ; m. 19 July 1865, Eldred 
Vincent Morris Curwen, J. P. (Withdean Court, co. Sussex) ; and had issue 
le to 2e. 

le. Chaloner Frederick Hastings Curwen, b. 20 July 1866 ; d. 3 Mar. 1897 ; 
m. Elizabeth, da. of Sir William Gordon Cameron, K.C.B. ; and had issue 
(2 children). 

2e. Edith Margaret Spence Curwen. 

2c. Charlotte Arabella Ogle, d. 22 July 1840 ; m. (at Paris) 15 Ap. 1836, Jules, 
Baron de Briedenbach, of Darmstadt. 

3c. Sophia Ogle, d. 23 Ap. 1896; m. 17 Aug. 1830, the Rev. Edward Chaloner 

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Ogle of Kirkley Hall, Preb. of Salisbury, b. 7 Aug. 1798 ; d. 7 Nov. 1869 ; and had 
issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Newton Charles Ogle, J. P., D.L. (Kirkley Hall, near Newcastle-on-Tyne), 
b. 19 Feb. 1850; m. 26 Nov. 1895, Lady Lilian Katharine Selina [descended from 
King Henry VII. (see the Tudor Roll, p. 303)], da. of William (Denison), 1st Earl 
of Londesborough [U.K.], d. 31 July 1899; 2ndly, 12 Oct. 1903, Beatrice Anne 
[descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 426)], da. 
of Sir John William Cradock-Hartopp, 4th Bart. [G.B.] ; and has issue If to 3e. 

If. John Francis Chaloner Ogle, b. 1 Dec. 1898. 

2f. Hester Mary Ogle, b. 31 July 1904. 

3f. Bridget Catherine Ogle, b. 1908. 

2d. Annie Charlotte Ogle. 

3d. Sophia Henrietta Ogle, m. as 2nd wife, 24 June 1879, the Most Rev. Hugh 
Willoughby Jermyn, D.D., Lord Bishop of Brechin 1875-1903, and Primus of 
Scotland 1886-1901, d. 1903. 

id. Isabel Ogle (Chesters, Humshaugh, co. Northumberland), m. 12 Dec. 1860, 
Nathaniel George Clayton of Chesters and Charlwood Park, J.P., D.L., b. 20 Sept. 
1833 ; d. 5 Sept. 1895 ; and has issue If to 6e. 

If. John Bertram Clayton of Chesters and Charlwood Park, b. 9 Oct. 1861 ; d. 
8 Ap. 1900; m. 26 Jan. 1886, Florence Octavia (Chesters, Humshaugh, co. North- 
umberland; Charlwood Park, Surrey), da. of Cadogan Hodgson Cadogan of Brink- 
burn Priory ; and had issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Eleanor Clayton. 

2/. Diana Pauline Clayton. 

2e. Edward Francis Clayton, Major Scots Guards (78 Portland Place, W .), b. 
21 Aug. 1864; m. 24 Feb. 1900, Jeanne Marie Renee, da. of Alexandre Leon Ray- 
mond Crublier de Fougeres, Councillor-General of the Canton of Ardentes. 

3e. George Savile Clayton, b. 20 Oct. 1869. 

4f. Mary Sophia Clayton, m. 18 Jan. 1883, Mark Fenwick (Abbotswood, Stow- 

5e. Isabel Evelyn Clayton, m. 14 July 1891, Robert Lancelot Allgood (Nun- 
wick, co. Northumberland). 

6e. Alice Pauline Clayton, m. 20 Sept. 1905, Hubert Swinburne, LL.B. Camb. 
[son and heir of Sir John Swinburne, 7th Bart. [E.] (see p. 294)] (Wellington ; 
Brooks) ; and has issue If. 

If. Joan Swinburne. 

5d. Alice Katherine Ogle, m. 21 Feb. 1874, George A. Fenwick ; and has issue. 

66. Emily Gage, b. 25 Ap. 1776; d. 28 Aug. 1838; m. as 1st wife, 27 Aug. 
1807, Montagu (Bertie), 5th Earl of Abingdon [£.], b. 30 Ap. 1784; d. 16 Oct. 
1854; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 78-79, Nos. 146-177. [Nos. 103 to 150. 

3. Descendants of the Rev. Sir Stephen Glynne, 7th Bart. [E.], 
Eector of Hawarden, and a co-h. to the Earldom of Northum- 
berland (1377), Baronies of Percy (1299) and Poynings (1337) 
[E.] (Table II.), b. c. 1744; d. 1 Ap. 1780; m. Aug. 1779, 
Mary, da. of Bichard Bennett of Farmcot, co. Salop, d. 
1 June 1812 ; and had issue la. 

la. Sir Stephen Richard Glynne, 8th Bt., and a co-h. to the Earldom of 
Northumberland (1377), Baronies of Percy (1299) and Poynings (1337) [£".], b. post- 
humous May 1780; d. (at Nice) 5 Mar. 1815 ; m. 11 Ap. 1806, th: Hon. Mary, da. 
of Richard (Aldworth-Neville-Griffin), 2nd Baron Braybrooke [G.B.], b. 5 Aug. 1786 ; 
d. 13 May 1854 ; and had issue lb to 4b. 


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lb. Sir Stephen Richard Glynne, 9th and last Bt., a co-h. to the Earldom of 
Northumberland (1377) and Baronies of Percy (1299) and Poynings (1337) [E.\, b 
22 Sept. 1807 ; d. unm. 17 June 1874. 

2b. Rev. Henry Glynne, M.A., Rector of Hawarden, b. 9 Sept. 1810; d. 30 July 
1872 ; m. 13 Oct. 1843, the Hon. Lavinia, da. of William Henry (Lyttelton), 3rd 
Baron Lyttelton [G.B.], d. 3 Oct. 1850 ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

Ic. Mary Glynne, a co-h. to the Earldom of Northumberland (1377) and 
Baronies of Percy (1299) and Poynings (1337) [E.], unm. 

2c. Gertrude Jessy Glynne, a co-h. to the Earldom of Northumberland (1377) 
and Baronies of Percy (1299) and Poynings (1337) [E.] (37 Lennox Gardens, S.W.), 
m. as 2nd wife, 21 Oct. 1875, George Sholto (Douglas-Pennant), 2nd Baron Penrhyn 
[U.K.], b. 30 Sept. 1836 ; d. 10 Mar. 1907 ; and has issue Id to Sd. 

Id. Hon. George Henry Douglas-Pennant. Capt. Reserve of Officers, late Grena- 
dier Guards, b. 26 Aug. 1876. 

2d. Hon. Charles Douglas-Pennant, late Coldstream Guards (Soliani House, 
Newmarket), b. 7 Oct. 1877; m. 28 Jan. 1905, Lady Edith Anne, da. of Vesey 
(Dawson), 2nd Earl of Dartrey [U.K.]. 

3d. Hon. Gwynedd Douglas-Pennant, m. 18 Nov. 1899, William Eley Cuthbert 
Quilter, J.P. [son and h. of Sir Cuthbert Quilter, 1st Bart. [U.K.], M.P.] (Methers- 
gate Hall, W oodbridge) ; and has issue \e to Be. 

\e. George Eley Cuthbert Quilter, b. 23 Nov. 1900. 

2e. John Raymond Quilter, b. 25 Feb. 1902. 

3e. Inez Quilter, b. 22 Jan. 1904. 

id. Hon. Lilian Douglas-Pennant. 

od. Hon. Winifred Douglas-Pennant. 

6<f. Hon. Margaret Douglas-Pennant, m, 29 July 1909, Andrew Francis 
Augustus Nicol Thorne. 

Id. Hon. Nesta Douglas-Pennant. 

8rf. Hon. Elin Douglas-Pennant. 

3b. Catherine Glynne, b. 6 Jan. 1813; d. 14 June 1900; m. 25 July 1839, 
the Right Hon. William Ewart Gladstone, P.C., M.P., D.C.L., four times (1868-74, 
1880-85, 1886, and 1892-94) Prime Minister, b. 29 Dec. 1809; d. 19 May 1898; 
and had issue lc to 7c. 

lc. William Henry Gladstone, M.P., D.L., b. 3 June 1840; d. 4 July 1891 ; 
m. 30 Sept. 1875, the Hon. Gertrude (41 Berkeley Square, W.), da. and co-h. of 
Charles (Stuart), \2th and last Lord Blantyre [5.] ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. William Glynne Charles Gladstone of Hawarden Castle (Hawarden Castle, 
co. Flint), b. 14 July 1885. 

2d. Evelyn Catherine Gladstone. 

3d. Constance Gertrude Gladstone. 

2c. Rev. Stephen Edward Gladstone, M.A. (Oxford), Rector of Barrowby, 
formerly of Hawarden (Barrowby Rectory, Grantham), b. 4 Ap. 1844 ; m. 29 Jan. 
1885, Annie Crosthwaite, da. of Charles Bowman Wilson of Liverpool, M.D. ; and 
has issue Id to 6d. 

Id. Albert Charles Gladstone, b. 28 Oct. 1886. 

2d. Charles Andrew Gladstone, b. 28 Oct. 1888. 

3d. Stephen Deiniol Gladstone, b. 9 Dec. 1891. 

id, William Herbert Gladstone, b. 8 Aug. 1898. 

5d. Catherine Gladstone. 

Qd. Edith Gladstone. 

3c. Henry Neville Gladstone, J.P. (78 Eaton Square, S.W. ; Burton Manor, 
Cheshire), b. 2 Ap. 1852 ; m. 30 Jan. 1890, the Hon. Maud Ernestine, da. and co-h. 
of Stuart (Rendel), 1st Baron Rendel [U.K.]. 

4c. Herbert John (Gladstone), 1st Viscount Gladstone of Lanark, P.C., M.P., 

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M.A., Oxford, 1st Governor-General of South Africa (9 Buckingham Gate, S.W. ; 
Sandycroft, Littlestone, Kent), b. 7 Jan. 1854; m. 2 Nov. 1901, Dorothy Mary, da. 
of the Right Hon. Sir Richard Horner Paget, 1st Bart. [U.K.], P.O. 

5c. Agnes Gladstone, m. 27 Dec. 1873, the Very Rev. Edward Charles Wick- 
ham, D.D., Dean of Lincoln, formerly Head Master of Wellington College (The 
Deanery, Lincoln), d. 18 Aug. 1910; and has issue \d to 5d. 

Id. William Gladstone Wickham, B.A., b. 3 Jan. 1877. 

2d. Rev. Edward Stephen Gladstone Wickham, M.A., Curate of St. Simon 
Zelotes, Bethnal Green, E., b. 2 Mar. 1882. 

3d. Catherine Mary Lavinia Wickham, Head of Bishop Creighton House, 
Lillie Road, Fulham, S.W. 

id. Lucy Christian Wickham. 

5d. Margaret Agnes W r ickham. 

6c. Mary Gladstone, m. 2 Feb. 1886, the Rev. Henry Drew, Rector of Hawarden 
and Canon of St. Asaph (Hawarden Rectory, Flints), d. 1910; and has issue Id. 
Id. Dorothy Mary Catherine Drew. 

7c. Helen Gladstone, late W 7 arden of the Women's University Settlement, 
Blackfriars, and formerly Vice-Principal Newnham College, Cambridge (Sundial, 

ib. Mary Glynne.b. 1813; d. 17 Aug. 1857; m. as 1st wife, 25 July 1839, 
George William (Lyttelton), 4th Baron Lyttelton [G.B.] and Baron Westcote [/.], and 
a Baronet [£.], P.C., K.C.M.G., b. 31 Mar. 1817 ; d. 19 Ap. 1876; and had issue 
lc to lie. 

lc. Charles George (Lyttelton), 8th Viscount Cobham and 5th Baron Lyttelton, 
&c. [G.B.], 5th Baron Westcote [I.] and 11th Baronet [E.], &c, &c. (Haghy Hall, 
Stourbridge), b. 27 Oct. 1842; m. 19 Oct. 1878, the Hon. Mary Susan Caroline 
[descended from King Henry VII. through five different lines ; from George, Duke 
of Clarence, through five ; from Anne (Plantagenet), Duchess of Exeter, through 
nine ; and from Isabel (Plantagenet), Countess of Essex, through nineteen], da. of 
William George (Cavendish), 2nd Lord Chesham [U.K.] ; and has issue la' to 7d. 

Id- Hon. John Cavendish Lyttelton, Assist. Private Secretary to High Commr. 
for South Africa (Earl Selborne) since 1905, formerly Lieut. Rifle Brigade, b. 
23 Oct. 1881 ; m- 30 June 1908, Violet Yolande, da. of Charles Leonard of 18 Ken- 
sington Palace Gardens, W., and Gloria, Cape Colony ; and has issue lc. 

lc. Charles John Lyttleton, b. 8 Aug. 1909. 

2d. Hon. George William Lyttelton, b. 6 Jan. 1883. 

3d. Hon. Charles Frederick Lyttelton, b. 25 Jan. 1887. 

id. Hon. Richard Glynne Lyttelton, b. 16 Oct. 1893. 

5d. Hon. Maud Mary Lyttelton, in. 25 Feb. 1908, the Hon. Hugh Archibald 
Wyndham (Kroomdrai, Standerton, S. Africa). 

6d. Hon. Frances Henrietta Lyttelton. 

Id. Hon. Rachel Beatrice Lyttelton. 

2c. Rev. the Hon. Albert Victor Lyttelton, M.A., Curate in Charge of St. 
John's, Hawarden, formerly Priest Vicar of Bloemfontein Cathedral (St. John's 
Parsonage, near Mold), b. 29 June 1844. 

3c. Hon. Sir Neville Gerald Lyttelton, K.C.B., Gen. and Gen. Officer Comdg.- 
in-Chief in Ireland, formerly Comm. -in-Chief in Transvaal, <fcc. (Roval Hospital, 
Dublin), b. 28 Oct. 1845 ; m. 1 Oct. 1883, Katharine Sarah, da. of the Right Hon. 
James Archibald Stuart Wortley ; and has issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Lucy Blanche Lyttelton, m. 2 June 1908, Charles Frederick Gurney 
Masterman, M.P., Pari. Under Sec. of State for Home Affairs (46 Gillingham 
Street, Eccleston Square, S.W.). 

2d. Hilda Margaret Lyttelton, m. as 2nd wife, 23 Feb. 1909, Arthur Morton 
Grenfell (25 Great Cumberland Place, S.W.). 

3d. Mary Hermione Lyttelton. [Nos. 176 to 198. 

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4c. Hon. George William Spencer Lyttelton, C.B., M.A., F.R.G.S., &C, Private 
Sec. to the Premier (Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone) 1892-4 (49 Hill Street, Berkeley 
Square, W.),b. 12 June 1847. 

5c. Right Rev. the Hon. Arthur Temple Lyttelton, D.D., Lord Bishop of South- 
ampton, b. 7 Jan. 1852 ; d. 19 Feb. 1903 ; m. 3 Aug. 1880, Kathleen Mary, da. of 
George Clive of Perrystone, co. Hereford, d. 13 Jan. 1907; and had issue Id 
to 3d. 

Id. Archer Geoffrey Lyttelton, Lieut. 2nd Batt. Welsh Regt., b. 7 May 1884. 

2d. Stephen Clive Lyttelton, Sub-Lieut. R.N., b. 17 June 1887. 

3d. Margaret Lucy Lyttelton (21 Carlton House Terrace, S.W.). 

6c. Hon. Robert Henry Lyttelton, M.A., a Solicitor and member of the firm of 
Stow, Preston, &. Lyttelton, of Lincoln's Inn Fields (85 Vincent Square, S.W.), b. 
18 Jan. 1854 ; m. 14 July 1884, Edith, da. of Sir Charles Santley. 

7c. Rev. the Hon. Edward Lyttelton, M.A., Headmaster of Eton since 1905, 
formerly of Haileybury College and Hon. Canon of St. Albans, &c. (Eton College, 
Windsor), b. 23 July 1855 ; m. 21 Dec. 1888, Caroline Amy, da. of the Very Rev. 
John West, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Nora Joan Lyttelton. 

2d. Delia Lyttelton. 

8c. Right Hon. the Hon. Alfred Lyttelton, Bar.-at-Law, P.O., K.C., M.P., 
Member Gen. Council of the Bar, Dep. High Steward Cambridge University, &c, 
formerly Secretary of State for the Colonies (16 Great College Street, W estminster, 
S.W.), b. 7 Feb. 1857; m. 1st, 21 May 1885, Octavia Laura, da. of Sir Charles 
Tennant, 1st Bart. [U.K.], d. 24 Ap. 1886 ; 2ndly, 18 Ap. 1892, Edith Sophy, da. 
of Archibald Balfour ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Oliver Lyttelton, b. 15 Mar. 1893. 

2d. Mary Frances Lyttelton. 

9c. Hon. Meriel Sarah Lyttelton, ;;;. 19 July 1860, the Right Hon. John 
Gilbert Talbot, P.O., M.P., J.P., D.L. [E. of Shrewsbury Coll., a descendant of Anne 
(Plantagenet), Duchess of Exeter] (Falconhurst, Eden Bridge, Kent; 10 Great 
George Street, S.W.) ; and has issue Id to 9d. 

Id. George John Talbot, K.C., M.A., Bar.-at-Law, Chancellor of the Dioceses 
of Lincoln, Ely, Lichfield, and Southwark (36 Wilton Crescent, S.W.; 4 Paper 
Buildings, Temple, E.C.), b. 19 June 1861 ; in. 3 June 1897, Gertrude Harriot, da. 
of Albennarte Cator of Woodbastwick Hall, co. Norfolk; and has issue lc to 3c. 

lc. John Bertram Talbot, b. 10 June 1900. 

2c. Thomas George Talbot, b. 21 Dec. 1904. 

3c. Mary Meriel Gertrude Talbot. 

2d. Bertram Talbot, formerly Clerk to House of Commons (Monteviot, Ancrum, 
co. Roxburgh), b. 27 Ap. 1865 ; m. 21 Feb. 1903, Victoria Alexandrina, Dowager 
Marchioness of Lothian [S.] [a descendant of King Henry VII., &c], da. of Walter 
Francis (Scott), 5th Duke of Buocleuch, <vc. [S.], K.G. 

3d. John Edward Talbot, B.A. (Oxon.), Senior Examiner in Board of Education 
(12 Stanhope Gardens, S.W. ), b. 14 Mar. 1870; m. 27 Ap. 1898, Mabel, da. of 
Archibald Balfour; and has issue lc to 4c. 

lc. Evan Arthur Christopher Talbot, b. 31 May 1903. 

2c. Richard Eustace Talbot, h. 11 Feb. 1907. 

3c. Anne Meriel Talbot. 

4c. Joan Anka.ret Talbot. 

Ad. Mary Talbot, b. 14 July 1862 ; d. 25 May 1897 ; m. 14 Ap. 1896, the TV/;. 
Winfrid Old/icld Burrows, Archdeacon of Birmingham ; and had issue lc. 
lc. Hilda Mary Burrows. 

5d. Caroline Agnes Talbot, m. 13 Oct. 1891, Talbot Baines (Weetwood Lodge, 
Leeds) ; and has issue lc to 4c. [Nos. 199 to 222. 

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le. Frederick John Talbot Baines, b. 25 July 1892. 

2e. Edward Kussell Baines, 6. 28 Oct. 1899. 

3e. Henry Wolfe Baines, b. Feb. 1905. 

4c. Susan Meriel Talbot Baines. 

6d. Meriel Lucy Talbot. 

Id. Evelyn Talbot, twin. 

8d. Gwendolen Talbot, m. G Dec. 1905, Guy Stephenson, Bar. -at- Law; Assist. 
Director of Public Prosecutions [a descendant botb paternally and maternally from 
George (Plantagenet), Duke of Clarence, K.G.] (41 Egerton Gardens, S.W.) ; and 
has issue lc. 

If. Augustus William Stephenson, b. 1 Mar. 1909. 

9d. Margaret Isabel Talbot, m. 2 July 1901, Randall Mark Kerr McDonnell, 
Viscount Dunluce [son and h. of the 6th Earl of Antrim [I.], and a descendant of 
George (Plantagenet), Duke of Clarence, K.G.] (Walney Old Vicarage, Barrow-in- 
Furness) ; and has issue \e. 

\e. Hon. Rose Gwendolen Louisa McDonnell, b. 23 May 1909. 

10c. Hon. Lucy Caroline Lyttelton, Hon. LL.D. (Leeds), formerly Maid of Honour 
to Queen Victoria (21 Carltm House Terrace, S.W.), m. 7 June 18G4, Lord Frederick 
Charles Cavendish, M.P., d.s.p., being murdered 6 May 1882. 

lie. Hon. Lavinia Lyttelton, m. 29 June 1870, the Right Rev. Edward Stuart 
Talbot, D.D., 1st Lord Bishop of Southwark, formerly (1895-1905) 100th Lord 
Bishop of Rochester, ifec. [E. of Shrewsbury Coll., a descendant of Anne (Planta- 
genet], Duchess of Exeter] (Bishop's House, Kensington, S.W.); and has issue Id 
to od. 

Id. Rev. Edward Keble Talbot, a Member of the Community of the Resurrec- 
tion, Mirfield, b. 31 Dec. 1877. 

Id. Rev. Neville Stuart Talbot, Curate of Ai-mley, Leeds, formerly Lieut. 1st 
Batt. Rifle Brigade, b. 21 Aug. 1879. 

3d. Gilbert Walter Lyttelton Talbot, b. 1 .Sept. 1891. 

id. Mary Catherine Talbot, m. G Ap. 1904, the Rev. Lionel George Bridges 
Justice Ford, Headmaster of Repton (Repton Hall, Derbyshire) ; and has issue le 
to 3c. 

le. Arthur Edward Ford, b. 23 Mar. 1905. 

2c. Neville Montague Ford, b. 18 Nov. 1906. 

3c. Richard Lionel Ford, b. 30 Aug. 1908. 

5d. Lavinia Caroline Talbot. [Nos. 223 to 242. 

4. Descendants of Penelope Glynne (Table II.), d. Feb. 1771 ; m. 
as 1st wife, Sir William Earle Welby of Denton, 1st Bt. 
[U.K.], d. 6 Nov. 1815 ; and had issue la to 2a. 

la. Sir William Earle Welby, 2nd Bt. [U.K.]. M.P., b. 14 Nov. 1768; d. 
3 Nov. 1852; m. 30 Aug. 1792, Wilhelmina, da. and h. of William Spry, Governor 
of Barbados, d. 4 Feb. 1847 ; and had issue \b to lb. 

lb. Sir Glynne Earle Welby, afterwards (R.L. 5 July 18G1) Welby-Gregory, 
3rd Bt. [U.K.], b. 26 June 1806; d. 23 Aug. 1875; m. 6 Mar. 1828, Frances, 
da. of Sir Montague Cholmeley, 1st Bt. [U.K.], d. 9 Oct. 1881 ; and had issue 
lc to 6c. 

lc. Sir William Earle-Welby, afterwards (R.L. 27 Dec. 1875) Welby-Gregory, 
tth Bt. [U.K.], M.P., b. 4 Jan. 1829 ; d. 2G Nov. 1898 ; m. 4 July 1863, the Hon. 
Victoria Alexandrina Maria Louisa, formerly Maid of Honour to Queen Victoria, 
da. of the Hon. Charles Sluart-W ortley ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

U. Sir Charles Glynne Earle Welby, 5th Bt. [U.K.], C.B., J. P., D.L., for- 
merly (1900-6) M.P. for Newark and (1900-2) Assist. Under-Secretary of State for 

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Wax (Denton Manor, Grantham; Carlton, &c), b. 11 Aug. 18G5 ; m. 24 Nov. 1887, 
Lady Maria Louisa Helena, da. of Lord Augustus Hervey ; and has issue le to 5e. 

le. Richard William Gregory Welby, b. 6 Oct. 1888. 

2e. Oliver Charles Earle Welby, 6. 26 Jan. 1902. 

Be. Dorothy Geraldine Welby. 

ie. Katherine Arnothe Welby. 

5e. Joan Margaret Welby. 

2d. Emmeline Mary Elizabeth Welby, m. 11 Oct. 1893, Henry John Cockayne- 
Cust, J. P., D.L., formerly M.P. and Editor Pall Mall Gazette, heir-presumptive to 
the Barony of Brownlow [G.B.] (St. James' Lodge, Delahay Street, S.W. ; Carlton,&c). 

2c. Rev. Walter Hugh Earle Welby, J.P., M.A. (Oxon.), late Rector of 
Harston (St. George's Lodge, Ryde, I.W.), b. 19 Aug. 1833; m. 1st, 1 Oct. 1861, 
Frances, da. of the Right Rev. Alfred Ollivant, Lord Bishop of Llandaff, d. 3 Jan. 
1875; 2ndly, 8 Oct. 1878, Florence Laura, da. of the Rev. George Sloane Stanley, 
Rector of Branstone ; and has issue Id. 

Id. 1 Frances Alice Welby. 

3c\ Edward Montague Earle Welby, J. P., M.A. (Oxon.), Bar.-at-Law, now Police 
Magistrate for Sheffield (Norton House, near Sheffield), b. 12 Nov. 1836; m. 3 Feb. 
1870, Sarah Elizabeth, da. and h. of Robert Everard of Fulney House, co. Lincoln, 
d. 25 Feb. 1909 ; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Edward Everard Earle Welby, now (R.L. 6 Ap. 1891) Welby-Everard, 
J. P., B.A. (Oxon.), Bar.-at-Law (9 Eccleston Square, SAY. ; Gosberton House, near 
Spalding), b. 22 Dec. 1870; m. 27 June 1899, Gwladys Muriel Petra, da. of the 
Rev. George Herbert; and has issue le to Be. 

\e. Philip Herbert Earle Welby-Everard, b. 7 May 1902. 

2e. Christopher Earle Welby-Everard, b. 9 Aug. 1909. 

3e. Clemence Penelope Olga Welby-Everard. 

2d. Glynne Everard Earle Welby, Capt. 1st Batt, South Wales Borderers, 
b. 24 Nov. 1872. 

3d. Hugh Robert Everard Earle Welby, b. 27 July 1885. 
U. Cicely Elizabeth Welby. 
5d. Margaret Sarah Welby. 

4c. Alfred Cholmeley Earle Welby, Lieut.-Col. (ret.) 2nd Dragoons, J. P., C.C. 
for East Finsbury, formerly M.P. for Taunton (26 Sloane Court, S.W. ; Carlton), b. 
22 Aug. 1849; m. 14 Feb. 1898, Alice Desiree, da. of A. E. Copland-Griffiths; and 
has issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Rannulf Alfred Earle Welby, b. 23 Nov. 1902. 

2d. Amyse Mary Welby. 

3d. Eda Desiree Welby. 

5c. Mary Elizabeth Welby, m. 1st, 22 Mar. 1860, John Richards Homfray of 
Penllyn Castle, co. Glamorgan, d. 8 Aug. 1882; 2ndly, 13 Nov. 1893, Col. George 
Shirley Maxwell (Penllyn Castle, Cuwbridge); and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. John Glynne Richards Homfray of Penllyn Castle, J. P., late Capt. 1st Life 
Guards (8 Grand Avenue Mansions, Hove), b. 13 June 1861 ; m. 1893, Rose Ellen, 
da. of Charles Henry Simmons. 

2d. Herbert Richards Homfray, J. P., late Lieut.-Col. Comdg. and Hon. Col. 2nd 
Vol. Batt. Welsh Regt., formerly 1st Life Guards, b. 23 Sept. 1864; m, 13 June 
1889, Blanche Jessie, da. of Charles Henry Williams of Roath Court, Cardiff; and 
has issue le to 4e. 

le. Herbert Charles Richards Homfray, b 22 Sept. 1890. 

2e. John Richards Homfray, b. 18 Oct. 1893. 

3e. Francis Richards Homfray, b. 23 Dec. 1897. 

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6c. Alice Welby, m. as 2nd wife, 19 Sept. 1860, George Troyte Bullock, some- 
time (R.L. 31 Dec. 1852) Troyte-Bullock, and now (R.L. 5 May 1892) Troyte-Chafyn- 
Grove, of Zeals and North (Joker House, F.S.A., J. P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Dorset 
1888 (Zeals House, near Mere, Wilts ; North Coker House, Yeovil) ; and has issue 
Id to 6d. 

Id. Edward George Troyte-Bullock, J. P., Lieut.-Col. Dorset Yeo. Cav., late Capt. 
Royal Dragoons (Silton Lodge, Dorset), b. 17 Sept. 1862; m. 6 Jan. 1898, Grace 
Amy Margaret, da. of Col. John Mount Batten of Upcerne Manor, C.B. ; and has 
issue \e to 4e. 

le. George Victor Troyte-Bullock, b. 1900. 

2e. Elizabeth Grace Troyte-Bullock. 

Be. Mary Winifred Troyte-Bullock. 

4e. Cicely Violet Troyte-Bullock. 

2d. Hugh Ambrose Troyte-Bullock (Wolfville, Nova Scotia), b. 27 July 1867 ; 
m. 16 Sept. 1891, Rosa Margaret, da. of John Caulfield ; and has issue le. 

le. Margaret Troyte-Bullock. 

3d. Cecil John Troyte-Bullock, Capt. Somerset L.I., b. 17 May 1869; m. 1904, 
Joan Acland, da. of Leonard Harper of Jersey. 

4d. Mabel Cicely Troyte-Bullock. 

5d. Evelyn Mary Troyte-Bullock. 

6d- Alice Christine Troyte-Bullock. 

26. Right Rev. Thomas Earle Welby, D.D., Bishop of St. Helena, b. 1 1 July 
1810; d. 6 Jan. 1899; m. 1837, Mary Ann, da. of A. Browne, d. 1896; and had 
issue le to 10c. 

lc. Henry Earle Welby, b. 1838; d. 16 June 1869; m. 1866, Cecilia, da. of 
T. Bland of Georgetown, Cape Colony ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Hugh Earle Welby, b. 1867. 

2c. Charles Earle Welby, Hon. Fellow Allahabad Univ., and Capt. Agra Vol. 
Rifles, formerly Inspector of Schools in Indian Educational Service (Allahabad), b. 
26 Dec. 1850; m. 21 June 1880, Annie Williams, widow of Walter Conroy, C.E., 
da. of ( ) ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Thomas Earle Welby, Sub-Editor Madras Mail, b. 18 July 1881. 

3c. Arthur Thomas Earle Welby, Gen. Manager Ric Denver Railroad, U.S.A., 
b. 15 Feb. 1855; d. 8 Aug. 1909; m. 1st, 1874, Phrbe, da. of Capt. de Cew, d. 
1895; 2ndly, 1898, Maria (Denver, U.S.A.), da. of J. F. Mitchell ; and had issue 
Id to U. 

Id." Alfred Earle Welby, b. 1899. 

2d. 2 Charles Earle Welby, b. 1901. 

3d. 1 Wilhelmina Cecilia Welby. 

id. 1 Helena Beatrice Welby. 

U. 2 Muriel Welby. 

4c. Frederick Earle Welby, F.R.C.S.E., b. 1858; d. 21 Oct. 1900; m. 1883, 
Janet Anne, da. of F. Henderson of Wick ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Francis Thomas Glynne Earle Welby, b. 1888. 

2d. Mary Caroline Welby. 

3d. Edith Jessie Welby. 

Ad. Gladys Welby. 

5c. Penelope Welby (Haughton, Falmouth), m- 2 July 1863, Major-Gen. John 
Haughton, R.A., d. 26 Aug. 1889 ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. John Welby Haughton, L.R.C.P. (Falmouth), b. 16 Ap. 1866; m. 9 June 
1896, Florence Maud Audrey, da. of Lieut.-Col. Shonbridge ; and has issue lc to 4e. 

le. Wilfrid John Haughton. 

2e. Florence Penelope Audrey Haughton. 

3e. Joan Astor Haughton. 

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2d. Hugh Latimer Haughton, Capt. 92nd Punjaubis, b. 18 Sept. 1870 ; m. 
29 Dec. 1903, Kathleen Elizabeth, da. of T. Paterson of Dublin. 

6c. Wilhelmina Welby (155 Colelierne Court, South Kensington, S.W.), in. 
14 Jan. 1861, Major-Gen. Robert Barton, R.E., d.s.p. 11 Aug. 1894. 

7c. Elizabeth Welby (Bradford Peverill, Dorchester). 

8c. Caroline Welby (6 Bishop Ward's College, The Close, Salisbury), m. 1st, 
17 Aug. 1867, Charles Henry Fowler, M.D., d. 7 Ap. 1877; 2ndly, 25 June 1884, 
the Rev. Francis William Carre, Vicar of St. Katherine's, Marlborough, d. 2 July 
1901 ; and has issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Charles William Henry Fowler, D.S 0., late Capt. S.A. Constabulary, 
formerly Imp. L.H., served through Boer War 1899-1902, mentioned in despatches, 
medal and six clasps, b. 13 July 1869 ; m. July 1903, Florence, da. of John Becker 
of Cape Town ; and has issue le. 

le. Florence Beatrice Fowler. 

•2d. Cecil Welby Fowler, b. Nov. 1870 ; m. 1896, Isobel Mounsey, da. of Capt. 
Gilfillan of Cape Town, s.p. 

3d. Frances Beatrice Caroline Carre. 

9c. Katherine Welby (Mentone, Petworth, Sussex), m. at St. Paul's Cathedral, 
St. Helena, 7 Aug. 1873, Saul Solomon of St. Helena, d. 10 Ap. 1896; and has 
issue \d to Ad. 

Id. Arthur Francis Welby Solomon, Bar. -at- Law, 6. 30 Ap. 1874. 

Id. Cyril Welby Solomon, b. 29 Oct. 1875 ; m. and has issue a son and 3 das. 

3d. Homfray Welby Solomon, Merchant, b. 3 Ap. 1877 ; m. and has issue a da. 

Ad. Mary Jessica Solomon, Actress and Novelist. 

10c. Edith Frances Welby (Bradford Peverill, Dorchester), m. 19 Feb. 1884, 
Surgeon Lieut. -Col. Robert Mark Bradford. 

3b. Rev. Arthur Earle Welby, Rector of Holy Trinity, Hulme, Manchester, b. 
22 Aug. 1815; d. 1884; m. 13 May 1843, Julia, da. of Capt. George Macdonald, 
68th Regt,, d. 18 Oct. 1892 ; and had issue le to 7c. 

lc. William Macdonald Earle Welby, b. 22 Nov. 1845 ; d. 4 Oct. 1885 ; m. 
Indly, 3 Feb. 1S78, Jessie (391 Commissioner Street, Johannesburg), da. of Frederick 
Lucas of Grahamstown, Cape Colony ; and had issue Id to Ad. 

Id. Spencer Earle Welby, b. 8 Mar. 1879. 

2d. Glynne Earle Welby, b. 14 Nov. 1881. 

3d. Isabel Florence Welby. 

Ad. May Welby. 

2c. George Henry Francis Earle Welby, b. 31 Dec. 1846. 

3c. Charles Earle Welby, b. 12 May 1848. 

4c. Richard Earle Welby, late Capt. 5th Batt. Rifle Brigade, &c. (Naish Priory, 
North Coker, Yeovil), b. 3 Jan. 1854; m. 1st, 1886, Mary Isabella, da. of Thomas 
Paget of Forton, near Lancaster, d.s.p. s. 1892; 2ndly, 1899, Alice Frances, widow 
of Vice-Adm. Frederick Charles Bryan Robinson, da. of Lieut. -Col. Cyril Blackburne 

5c. Julia Gertrude Welby, m. 21 June 1894, Richard John Linton (12 Augusta 
Gardens, Folkestone). 

6c. Caroline Charlotte Welby, A. (-) ; m. 12 Aug. 1874, Richard Evans ; and 
had issue. 

lc. Sarah Wilhelmina Mary Welby (Barrowby, Lincolnshire). 

Ab. Wilhelmina Welby, d. 1874 ; m. 17 May 1825, the Rev. Frederick Browning, 
Preb. of Salisbury, d. 3 Dec. 1858. 

5b. Penelope Welby, d. 5 June 1834 ; m. 8 May 1825, Clinton James Fiennes- 
Clinton, M.P. [Duke t >j Newcastle Coll.], b. 13 May 1792 ; d. 11 Ap. 1833 ; and had 
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\c. Rev. Henry Fiennes-Clinton, M.A. (Durham), Rector of Cromwell (Cromwell 
Rectorv, Nottingham), b. 5 Feb. 1S26 ; m. 9 July 1850, Sarah Katherine, da. of the 
Rev. John B. Smith, D.D., d. 23 Mar. 1898 ; and has issue Id to Sd. 

\d. Rev. Henry Glynne Fiennes-Clinton B.A. (Oxford), Rector of St. James', 
Vancouver, British Columbia, b. 31 Jan. 1854. 

2d. Charles Edward Fiennes-Clinton, b. 24 July 1855; d. 11 Jan. 1888; m. 
5 Ap. 1885, Alice Gertrude, da. of William Waring, M.D. ; and had issue le. 

le. Edward Henry Fiennes-Clinton, b. 4 Ap. 1886. 

3d. Clement Walter Fiennes-Clinton, a Solicitor, b. 3 Dec. 1856; ;;;. 1885, 
Lucy Eleanor, da. of Henry J. Hassell ; and has issue It; to 'le. 

le. Henry Fiennes-Clinton, b. 1885. 

2e. Eleanor Clement Fiennes-Clinton. 

id. Eleanor Katherine Fiennes-Clinton, m. 15 Oct. 1872, the Rev. Seymour 
Bentley, late Vicar of Markham Clinton, Tuxford (Bute, Whitby) ; and has issue 
le to 3t\ 

le. Seymour Rothwell Bentley, b. 27 Sept. 1873. 

2e. Frank Middleton Bentley, b. 23 Oct. 1876. 

3e. Agnes Mary Bentley. 

5d. Ida Mary Fiennes-Clinton, m. 31 Dec. 1878, A. Swainson Allen of Brom- 
yard, co. Hereford. 

6(7. Susan Charlotte Catherine Fiennes-Clinton, m. 7 Aug 1884, Alfred Temple 
Roberts ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Katherine Helen Temple Roberts. 

2e. Gwendoline Roberts. 

Id. Madeline Isabella Fiennes-Clinton, m. 20 Aug. 1889, the Rev. Cecil War- 
burton Knox (see below) ; and has issue le. 

le. Madeline Fiennes-Clinton Knox. 

M. Adela Rachel Fiennes-Clinton, m. 23 July 1891, Henry Mitchell Hull, 
C.M.G. (Cromwell, Shortheath, Farnham). 

2c. Mary Katherine Fiennes-Clinton, b. 26 Dec. 1830; d. 1 Feb. 1873; m. 
12 Dec, 1855, Gen. Thomas Knox, R.A., d. 29 Oct. 1878 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Welby Francis Knox, b. 15 Dec. 1859. 

2d. Henry Fiennes-Clinton Knox, b. 15 Mar. 1861. 

3d. Arthur Rice Knox, D.S.O., Major R.A., b. 8 Mar. 1863. 

id. Rev. Cecil Warburtbn Knox, Curate of St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
formerly Rector of Harston, b. 2 Nov. 1865; m. 20 Aug. 1S89, Madeline Isabella, 
da. of the Rev. Henry Fiennes-Clinton (see above) ; and has issue. 

See above, No. 340. 

6b. Katherine Welby, d. 11 May 1869; m. 13 May 1822, the Rev. Thomas 
Welby Northmore (see p. 52), d.v.p. 16 July 1829; and had issue 1c to 2c. 

lc, Rev. Thomas Welby Northmore of Cleve (which he resigned to his younger 
brother), Vicar of Kirk Hammerton and Weston, b. 20 Aug. 1823 ; d. 12 Sept. 1908 ; 
m. 5 June 1865, Elizabeth, da. of William Moore ; and had issue Id to 3d, 

Id, Thomas Welby Northmore, b. 22 June 1866; m. 5 Sept. 1903, Margaret 
Ainsworth, da. of Lieut.-Col. Gritton, R.M. ; and has issue le. 

le. Thomas William Welby Northmore, b. 18 Sept. 1906. 

2d. Geoffrey Northmore, b. 28 Ap. 1868. 

3d. Evelyn Lydia Margaret Northmore, m. 29 Aug. 1904, Arthur Cecil Allanson 
Bailey (Homapark, Li f ton, Devon) ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Thomas Noel Allanson Bailey, b. 5 Jan. 1909. 

2e. Cicely Evelyn Bailey. 

2c. John Northmore of Cleve, co. Devon, J.P. (4 Abbey Mead, Tavistock), b. 
1 June 1826; m. 1st, 25 Aug. 1863, Jemima Hayter, da. 'of the Rev. William 

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Hames, d.s.p. 7 Ap. 1869 ; 2ndly, 20 Feb. 1873, Harriet Olympia Morshead, da. of 
Northmore Herle Pierce Lawrence of Launceston, d. 1 Sept. 1875; 3rdly, 16 Feb. 
1899, Sarah Selina Persse, widow of the Rev. Richard Henry Donovan, R.N., da. of 
Stephen William Creaghe of Castle Park, Golden, co. Tipperary; and has issue 
Id to 2d. 

\d. John Northmore of Cullompton, b. 3 Sept. 1874; m. 5 Sept. 1903, Marion 
Colquhoun, da. of Hay Macdowell Grant; and has issue le to 2c. 

le. John Grant Lawrence Northmore, b. 18 June 1904. 

2e. Judith Marion Northmore. 

2d. Olympia Northmore, m. 21 Dec. 1899, the Rev. Richard Henry O'Donovan, 
Chaplain R.N. ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Terence O'Donovan, b. 5 Mar. 1907. 

2e. Norah Katherine O'Donovan. 

3e. Mary O'Donovan. 

7b. Elizabeth Welby, b. 1804; d. 18 Nov. 1888; m. 17 Feb. 1829, Thomas 
James Ireland of Ousden Hall, co. Suffolk, d. 2 July 1863 ; and had issue \c to 5c. 

lc. Elizabeth Mary Ireland, m. as 3rd wife, 29 Aug. 1856, Welby Brown 
Jackson, Judge of the Sudder Court, Calcutta [Bt. (1815) Coll.], d. 17 Nov. 1890; 
and has issue Id. 

Id. Cecil Welby Jackson, M.F., late Major 3rd Bengal Cav., b. 2 June 1861 ; 
m. 24 July 1894, Violet Emily Caroline, da. of Col. Richard George Bolton, R.H.G. 
(see below) ; and has issue (2 children). 

2c. Agnes Ireland, m. 8 June 1852, the Rev. Henry Warburton, Rector of 
Sible Hedingham, Essex, d. ( -) ; and has issue (3 sons living, 1 a clergyman). 

3c. Beatrice Ireland, m. 1st, Lieut. -Col. Richard George Bolton, 2nd Lanca- 
shire Mil., previously R.H.G. [son of Richard Bolton of Silliott Hill and Ballvshoo- 
nock, co. Waterford], d. 1889; 2ndly, 1896, Lieut.-Col. Frowd Walker (81 Queen's 
Gate, S.W.); and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Richard George Ireland Bolton, Major Scots Guards, b. 15 Jan. 1865. 

2d. Alice Bolton, in. Capt. Dudley Loftus, late Gren. Guards; and has issue 
(1 child). 

3d. Violet Emily Caroline Bolton, m. 24 July 1894, Major Cecil Welby Jackson, 
M.F. ; and has i ssue 

See above. 

id. Maud Bolton, in. 1st, A. Bradshaw, d. (-) ; 2ndly, Henry Harris; and 
has issue (2 children). 

od. Amy Bolton, in. 5 Aug. 1896, Lionel Beresford Bethell [B. Westbury Coll.] 
(Charwelton Lodge, Byfield, Northants) ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Vivian Lionel Slingsby Bethell, b. 5 June 1897. 

2e. Rupert Patrick Bethell, b. 9 Sept. 1902. 

4c. Emily Ireland, m. 9 Nov. 1869, Sir William Algernon Kay, 5th Bt. [U.K.], 
Lieut.-Col. (ret.) 68th Regt. (St. Lawrence House, Canterbury ; Naval and Mili- 
tary); and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. William Algernon Ireland Kay, Capt. King's Royal Rifle Corps, b. 
21 Mar. 1876. 

2d. Annie Evelyn Ireland Kay. 

5c. Caroline Charlotte Ireland (Owsden House, Lewes), m. as 2nd wife, 10 Aug. 
1880, Sir Alexander Entwisle Ramsay, 4th Bart. [U.K.], d. 1 Oct. 1902, s.p.s. 

2a. Penelope Welby, A. 7 Nov. 1792; m. as 1st wife, Thomas Northmore of 
Cleve, co. Devon, M.A., F.R.S. (see p. 269), b. 1766 ; d. May 1851 ; and had issue lb. 

lb. Thomas Welby Northmore, M.A., Capt. Scots Fusilier Guards, afterwards 
in Holy Orders and Rector of Wintcrton, b. 10 Julv 1791 ; d.v.p. 16 July 1829 ; m. 
13 May 1822, Katherine, da. of Sir William Earle Welby, 2nd Bart. [U.K.], M.P., 
d. 11 May 1869; and had issue. 

See pp. 51-52, Nos. 347-360. [Nos. 354 to 389. 

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5. Descendants of Frances Glynne (Table II.), d. 25 Nov. 1814 ; m. 

the Rev. Randolph Crewe, LL.B., Rector of Hawarden, 
d. (-) ; and had issue la to 2a. 1 

la. Anne Crewe. 

2a. Mary Crewe, d. (-) ; m. ( — ) Chorley. 

6. Descendants of Lucy Glynne (Table II.), b. 26 Jan. 1756 ; d. 

24 May 1814; m. at Bath, Major James Gordon, — Regt., 
d. (-) ; and had issue (with a son d. young) la to 2a. 

la. Lacy Wheler Gordon, da. and co-k, b. 30 Nov. 1781 ; d. 14 Aug. 1866 ; m. 
11 Sept. 1806, Richard Bateson of Newlands, Wallasey, co. Chester, b. 25 Dec. 1770 ; 
d. 24 Feb. 1863 ; and had issue (with 4 sons and 4 das. d.s.p.) lb to 36. 

lb. James Glynne Bateson of Wallasey, co. Chester, b. 20 June 1808 ; d. 2 July 
1866; m. 21 Jan. 1840, Anna, da. of the Rev. R. Phillips of Bettws-yn-Rhos, d. 
1908 ; and had issue (with 5 children d. young) Ic to be. 

Ic. Arthur William Bateson, b. 28 Nov. 1852. 

2c. Herbert Glynne Bateson, b. 23 Feb. 1855. 

3c. Constance Anne Bateson, m. 15 Ap. 1873, Capt. Thomas Sidney St. Clair 
Smith, now (1874) St. Clair, 49th Royal Berkshire Regt., d. 14 Ap. 1899; and has 
issue (with a son d. young) Id to Gd. 

Id. James Sidney St. Clair, on Staff of Egyptian State Railway, b. in India 
17 Oct. 1874. 

2d. Percy Raymond St. Clair, on Staff of Daily Journal, Chicago, b. 15 July 
1880 ; m. 26 July 1909, Virginia, da. of (— ) Corse-Hunt, U.S. Army. 

3d- Constance St. Clair. 

\d. Adah Johnes St. Clair. 

5d. Lilian St. Clair. 

6d. Norah Gladys St. Clair. 

4c. Amy Charlotte Bateson. 

5c. Ethel Bateson. 

2b. Rev. William Henry Bateson, D.D., Master of St. John's College, Cam- 
bridge, b. 3 June 1812 ; d. 27 Mar. 1881 ; m. 11 June 1857, Anna, da. of James 
Aikin of Liverpool ; and had issue (with a da. d. young) Ic to 6c. 

Ic. William Bateson, M.A., F.R.S., Professor of Biology, Cambridge University 
(Merton House, Grantchester, Cambridge), b. 8 Aug. 1861 ; m. 16 June 1896, Beatrice, 
da. of Arthur Durham, Senior Surgeon Guy's Hospital ; and has issue Id to 'id. 

Id. John Bateson, b. 22 Ap. 1898. 

2d. Martin Bateson, b. 1 Sept. 1899. 

3d. Gregory Bateson, b. 9 May 1904. 

2c. Edward Bateson, a Judge in Egyptian Native Tribunal (Zagazig, Egypt), 
b. 29 Sept. 1868; unm. 

3c. Margaret Bateson, Editor Public Work and Women's Employment Dept. 
Queen Newspaper, and writer on various subjects connected with women, m. 
1901, William Emerton Heitland, M.A., Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge 
(Carmefield, Newnham, Cambridge). [Nos. 390 to 406. 

1 Burke's " Landed Gentry," 1906, p. 1407. Mr. G. C. Chambers says there 
were also four sons, and adds: "In a subscription list of 1818 in a neighbouring 
parish I find the Rev. Offley Crewe for £20 ; and among the subscribers to a His- 
tory of Hawarden, published in 1822, occur the Rev. Charles Crewe of Longdon, 
Wore, and Richard Glynne Crewe of Tamworth, Staff., Esq. I think these may 
without error be taken as three of the four sons, who, however, are all supposed to 
have died s.p." 

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4c. Anna Bateson, Market Gardener (New Milton, Hants), unm. 

5c. Mary Bateson, Fellow of Newnham College, Cambridge, and Historical 
Writer, b. 12 Sept. 1865 ; d. unm. 30 Nov. 1906. 

6c. Edith Bateson, Artist, K.A. Exhibitor, &c„ unm. 

3b. Frederick Septimus Bateson, b. 24 Mar. 1820 ; d. 21 May 1900 ; m. at St. 
Petersburg, 3 Sept. 1849, Eliza, da. of Thomas Frost, d. 23 Ap. 1909 ; and had issue 
(with a son d. unm.) lc to 4c. 

lc. Gordon Bateson (Church Strelton, Salop), b. 8 Ap. 1853; m. 15 Sept. 1888, 
Ellen Tindal, da. of John Stevens, Bar.-at-Law. 

2c. Frederick Bateson (Sandhurst, near Gloucester), b. 22 Aug. 1858 ; m. 4 Mar. 
1885, Agnes, da. of Frederick William Ormerod ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Glynne Bateson, b. 5 Feb. 1886. 

2d. Dorothy Bateson. 

3c. Alfred Bateson (Pheasants Hill, Hambledon, Henley ; Engstuen, Drobak, 
Norway), b. 20 Nov. 1860 ; m. 6 Feb. 1901, Helga, da. of Capt. Lauritz Marius Wilse, 
Ohristiansand Brigade, Norwegian Army ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Frederick Noel Wilse Bateson, b. 25 Dec. 1901. 

2d. Richard Gordon Bateson, b. 16 Nov. 1903. 

4c. Emily Bateson, m. 8 June 1882, Robert Wood Williamson [eldest son of 
Professor William Crawford Williamson, D.C.L., F.R.S.] (The Croft, Didsbury) ; s.p. 

2a. Mary Anne Gordon, da. and co-h., d. 1859; m. 2 Bee. 1817, William 
Chambres Chambres of Plas Chambres, d. 27 Sept. 1861 ; and had issue (with a da., 
Mrs. Hughes, d.s.p.) lb to 8b. 

\b. William Chambres of Wallasey Grange, co. Chester, J. P., D.L., High Sheriff 
co. Denbigh and an Alderman of Liverpool, b. 9 Mar. 1820; d. 26 Aug. 1893; m. 
2 Oct. 1849, Louisa Mellis, da. of Lieut.-Col. Maddock, 10th Bengal N.I., d. 23 Mar. 
1905 ; and had issue lc to lc. 

lc. Reginald Gordon Chambres of Pentre, formerly Hon. Major 3rd Batt. 
Loyal North Lancashire Regt. (Pentre, Kempsford, near Fairford, Gloucester), b. 
8 Aug. 1854; m. 27 July 1881, May, da. and h. of Markland Barnard of Galley 
Dean, co. Essex, formerly of the Hon. Body Guard ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Gwendolen May Gordon Chambres. 

2c. Algernon Dennel Chambres, Stockbroker {Wold House, Hawarden, Chester), 
b. 16 Mar. 1856; m. 3 Jan. 1889, Annie, da. of Thomas Burton Hassall ; and has 
issue Id. 

Id. Madeline Chambres. 

3c. Louisa Chambres (Wern Cottage, Mochdre, near Colwyn Bay), unm. 

4c. Florence Chambres, m. 16 May 1896, as 2nd wife, John Wood (see p. 55) 
(Bramerton Lodge, Carlisle) ; s.p. 

5c Ethel Chambres (Wern Cottage, Mochdre, near Colwyn Bay), unm. 

6c. Blanche Chambres (The Mount, Boughton, Chester), m. 14 June 1883, 
Alfred Shaw of Hoole, Cheshire, d. (-) ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Phyllis Shaw. 

7c. Gwendolen Chambres, m. 16 Oct. 1885, Edward Cazenove, Stockbroker, 
Major Northamptonshire Imp. Yeo. (Cottesbrooke Cottage, Northampton) ; and has 
issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Ralph de L'Herisson Cazenove, b. 11 July 1892. 

2d. Philip Henry de L'Herisson Cazenove, b. 21 Dec. 1901. 

2b. Philip Henry Chambres of Llysmeirchion, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. 
Denbigh 1867, b. 29 Sept. 1822; d. 31 Aug. 1909; m. 1st, 7 Sept. 1848, Mary, da. 
of the Rev. Robert Chambres Chambres, d. 21 Mar. 1860 ; 2ndly, 2 Oct. 1862, Louisa, 
da. of Richard Lloyd Williams of Denbigh, M.D. ; and had issue (with others d.s.p.) 
lc to 7c. 

lc. Henry Chambres Chambres (Carlett Cottage, Easlham, Cheshire), b. 24 Nov. 

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1849; m. 2 Sept. 1876, Maria Josephine, da. of Thomas Langton Birley of Can- 
Hill, co. Lane. ; and has issue (with a son d. young) \d to 2d. 

Id. Josephine Chambres. 

2d. Maria Chambres. 

2c. Robert Chambres Chambres, b. 10 Jan. 1851 ; d. 17 July 1897 ; m. 11 Dec. 
1879, Martha Ann {Huntington Court, Kington, co. Hereford), da. of George Hamerton 
Crump of Chorlton Hall, co. Chester, J. P. ; and had issue \d to bd. 

Id. Robert Noel Chambres, b. 11 Mar. 1882. 

2d. Philip Chambres, b. 15 Dec. 1885. 

3d. John Hamilton Chambres, 6. 24 May 1887. 

id. Winifred Chambres. 

5d. Harriet Gladys Chambres. 

3c. Edward Lloyd Chambres (Canada), b. 10 May 1868; m. 24 Feb. 1897, 
Winifred Ellen, da. of George Banner; and has issue \d to 2d. 

\d. Eileen Chambres, b. 26 May 1903. 

2d. Dorothea Grace Chambres, b. 6 May 1907. 

4c. Caryl Lloyd Chambres (176 Warwick Road, Carlisle), b. 20 Dec. 1871 ; m. 
15 July 1896, Madge, da. of Francis Reading of Rugby, co. Warwick ; and has issue 
Id to 3d. 

Id. Mona Chambres, b. 24 May 1896. 

2d. Betty Glynne Chambres, b. 6 Jan. 1905. 

3d. Gwendoline Maud Lloyd Chambres, b. 17 Aug. 1907. 

5c. Hugh Lloyd Chambres, b. 24 Aug. 1874 ; m. 3 Ap. 1907, Susanna Langford, 
da. of Hercules E. Brown of Barton Hall, Kingskerswell, co. Devon ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Cora Langford Chambres, b. 17 Dec. 1909. 

6c. Mary Chambres, unm. 

7c. Maud Chambres (Great Saughall, near Chester), m. 12 Jan. 1886, Thomas 
Edward Hassell, d. (being - drowned off Port Erin, Isle of Man) 21 Oct. 1899; and 
has issue (with an elder son, Lionel, drowned with his father) Id. 

Id. Alexander Burton Hassell, b. 22 July 1896. 

3b. Charles Crewe Chambres of the Eyrie, Wallasey, co. Chester, b. 4 Ap. 1828 ; 
d. 26 Feb. 1866 ; m. 6 June 1860, Lucy, da. of John Bewley of the Slopes, Wallasey ; 
and had issue (with a son, Austin, d. unm.) lc to 2c. 

1c. Rev. Gordon Crewe Chambres, M.A. (Oxon.), Headmaster, Wigan Grammar 
School, b. 26 Ap. 1861 ; unm. 

2c. Huldah Crewe Chambres. 

ib. Lucy Chambres, b. 3 Sept. 1818 ; d. at Mold 7 Oct. 1871 ; m. at Liverpool 
30 May 1839, Charles Hughes Ingleby, Bar.-at-Law, d. 9 May 1849 ; and had issue 
(with a son, Charles, d. unm.) lc. 

lc. Fanny Ingleby, b. 19 Nov. 1842 ; d. 3 Jan. 1893 ; m. as 1st wife, 18 May 
1870, John Wood, C.E. (see p. 54) (Bramerton Lodge, Botcherby, Carlisle); and 
had issue (with 2 sons d.s.p.) Id to 2d. 

Id. John Crewe Wood (53 Bath Road, Swindon, Wilts), b. 31 Aug. 1873. 

2d. Florence Margaret Wood, unm. 

5b. Penelope Chambres (Tycroes, Llandulas, Abergele). 

66. Emma Chambres (Lystonville, Porthill, Shrewsbury), m. 23 Jan. 1849, the 
Rev. Hugh George Robinson, Canon of York, d. 16 June 1882 ; and has issue lc 
to 9c. 

lc. Hugh Malcolm Robinson, Dep. Chief Inspector of Factories (Home Office, 
S.W.), b. 12 Feb. 1857; m. 2 Ap. 1884, Annie Elizabeth Helen, da. of Major 
Hugh Henry Christian; and has issue Id to 3d. 
Id. Hugh George Robinson, b. 11 May 1886. 
2d. Helen Gertrude Robinson. 

3d. Annie Cloberry Robinson. [Nos. 430 to 458. 


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2c. William Christian Robinson (New Zealand), b. c. 1859; m. and has issue 
3 das. 

3c. Frederick Hampden Robinson (Fall Hill, Fredericksburg, Virginia), b. 
14 Jan. 1864; m. 1897, Elizabeth, da. of Capt. Murray Lee Taylor; and has issue 
Id to 2d. 

Id. Frederick Robinson, b. 1903. 

2d. Butler Braine Thornton Robinson, b. Feb. 1899. 

4c. Alfred Falkland Robinson (Johannesburg), b. 6 Aug. 1865; m. 1895, 
Helena, da. of ( — ) van Eysen ; and has issue Id. 
Id. Hugh Falkland Robinson, b. 23 Jan. 1896. 

5c. Emma Chambres Robinson (London and Church Stretton), m. 19 Sept. 1882, 
Henry David Boyle ; and has issue Id. 

Id. David Hugh Montgomerie Boyle, b. 1 Sept. 1883. 

6c. Gertrude Robinson, m. 27 Oct. 1882, Augustus Walter Francis Warde 
(Ouray, Colorado, U.S.A.); and has issue Id. 

Id. Doris Warde. 

7c. Mary Jane Robinson, ) 

„,./! „ . , } unm. 

8c. Edith Robinson. J 

9c. Charlotte Emily Robinson, m. 1894, Hugh Bovill (Bovill, Idaho, U.S.A.); 
and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Dorothy Bovill. 
2d. Gwendoline Bovill. 
7b. Mary Anne Chambres 
86. Grace Chambres 

} (Tycroes, Llandulas, Abergele). [Nog _ ^ ^ m 

7. Descendants, if any, of Mary Glynne (see Table II.), d. ( - ) ; m. 

Simo>* Gordon, living 1802. 1 

8. Descendants of Maria Margretta Longuevillk [eldest da. and 

in her issue sole h. of Sir Thomas Longueville, 4th Bart. [E.] ] 
(Table II.), b. 1722; d. (-); in. 1st, 1739, Thomas (some- 
times called John) Jones, d. 29 Sept. 1749; and had with 
other issue la. 

la. Thomas Jones of The Court, Wrexham, Lieut. 104/l/j Regt. and afterwards 
Capt. Denbigh and Merioneth Militia, b. 1740; d. (being shot in a duel by 
his Guirdian, R. S. Matming) 26 Oct. 1799; m. 1st, at Wrexham, 4 May 1767, 
Jane, da. of John Jones of Aberkin, co. Carnarvon, d. 1 Oct. 1768; 2ndly, Anne, 
da. of (—) Lloyd, d. 27 June 1796 ; and had issue lb to 66. 

16. Thomas Longueville Jones, afterwards Longueville of Prestatyn, b. 18 Sept. 
1768 ; d. 21 Dec. 1831 ; m. 30 Nov. 1796, Anne, da. of John Gibbons of Oswestry, 
d. 13 June 1861 ; and had issue Ic to 2c. 

lc. Thomas Longueville Longueville of Penyllan, co. Salop, b. 7 July 1803; 
d. 27 Oct. 1888 ; m. 9 Oct. 1838, Anne, da. of Charles Thomas Jones of Oswestry 
(see p. 63), d. 8 Feb. 1884 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Thomas Longueville of Penyllan, J.B. (Llanforda Hall, Oswestry), 6. 29 Ap. 
1844; m. 29 June 1868, Mary Frances, da. and h. of Alexander Robertson of 
Balgownie Lodge, co. Aberdeen ; and has issue le to 4c. [No. 476. 

1 Betham's "Baronetage," 1802, ii. 264. They apparently had no issue in 
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lc. Reginald Longueville, Major Coldstream Guards, b. 26 Mar. 1869. 

2e. Edward Longueville, Lieut. Coldstream Guards, b. 22 Dec. 1877. 

3e. Francis Longueville, b. 23 Dec. 1892. 

ie. Mary Margaret Anne Isabel Longueville. 

2d. Anna Maria Longueville (Penyllan, Oswestry). 

2c. Rev. John Gibbons Longueville, b. 18 Sept. 1810; d. 14 July 1882; m. 
29 Mar. 1836, Agnes Frewin, da. of John Timothy Swainson of Elm Grove, co. 
Lane, Comptroller of H.M.'s Customs for the Port of Liverpool, d. 11 Jan. 1904; 
and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Edith Longueville (2 Park Place, Torquay). 

2d. Cecile Longueville, m. Frank Parker of Chester. 

2b. 2 Edward Jones, b. 17 Ap. 1774, d. (-) ; m. Charlotte, da. of ( — ) Stevens ; 
and had issue Ic to 3c. 

\c. Rev. Harry Longueville Jones, M.A., Fellow Magdalen Coll., Oxon., living 
28 Jan. 1858. 

2c. Charlotte Jones, unm. 

3c. ( — ) Jones, m. ( — ) Naylor, living in Italy. 

3b. Hugh Jones of Larkhill, co. Lancaster, b. 20 Sept. 1776; d. 1842; m. 
24 Mar. 1806, Elizabeth, of Larkhill, da. of Benjamin Heywood of Stanley Hall, 
Wakefield, co. York, d. 1848 ; and had issue lc to 6c. 

Ic. Richard Heywood Jones of Babsworth Hall, co. York, J. P., b. 20 Oct. 1810 ; 
d. 6 Jan. 1874; m. 11 Oct. 1836, Margaret, da. of John Harrison of Ambleside, d. 
9 Sept. 1877 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Richard Heywood Jones, afterwards (R.L. 22 Jan. 1891) Heywood-] ones 
of Babsworth Hall, J. P., Major and Hon. Lieut. -Col. Yorkshire Dragoons Yeo. 
Cavalry, b. 28 July 1853 ; d. 11 June 1900 ; m. 17 July 1888, Caroline Margaret 
(Babsworth Hall, near Pontefract), da. of Francis John Johnston of Dunsdale, 
Westerham [by his wife Caroline, da. of Sir Hardman Earle, 1st Bart. [U.K.]]; and 
had issue le to ie. 

le. Margaret Heywood Heywood-Jones. 

2e. Violet Mary Heywood-Jones. 

3e. Caroline Earle Heywood-Jones. 

ie. Cicely Longueville Heywood-Jones. 

2d. Katherine Jones. 

3d. Mary Venetia Jones, m. 18 June 1868, the Rev. Clarke Watkins Burton, 
M.A., Rural Dean and Hon. Canon of Carlisle, Rector of Cliburne (Templesowerby, 
near Penrith) ; and has issue le to ie. 

le. Katherine Venetia Burton. 

2e. Florence Burton, m. 20 Jan. 1898, Charles Willding Willding-Jones, late 
Rifle Brigade (see p. 61) (Hampton Hall, Malpas); and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Conway Willding-Jones, b. 28 Oct. 1901. 

2/. Charles Longueville Willding-Jones, b. 28 Jan. 1905. 

3/. Rona Mary Willding-Jones. 

if. Diana Anne Willding-Jones. 

3e. Mary Burton. 

ie. Angela Margaret Burton. 

id. Elizabeth Jones. 

2c. Benjamin Heywood Jones of Larkhill, J -P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Lan- 
caster 1869; b. 1812; d. 1872; m. 1848, Louisa Elizabeth, da. of Hugh Hornby of 
Sandown, Liverpool ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Arthur Heywood Jones of Larkhill (Larkhill, West Derby, Lancashire), b. 

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3d. Llewellyn Heywood Jones. 

id. Benjamin Noel Heywood Jones. 

hd. Annie Louisa Heywood Jones (Frampton Hall, Boston, Lincolnshire), m. 
14 July 1874, Francis Foljambe Anderson, J.P. [2nd son of Sir Charles Henry John 
Anderson, 9th Bart. [E.], and a descendant of George (Plantagenet), Duke of 
Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 608)], d.v.p. 15 Sept. 1881 ; and has issue 
le to Be. 

le. Margaret Louise Anderson, m. 7 June 1905, Wilfred Arthur Duncombe, 
now (R.L. 6 June 1905) Duncombe-Anderson, Lieut. Reserve of Officers, formerly 
6th Dragoon Guards [E. of Feversham Coll. and a descendant of the Lady Anne, 
sister of King Edward IV., &c. (see Exeter Volume, pp. 205, 647) {Lea Hall, Gains- 
borough) ; and has issue 1/ to If. 

If. Antony John Duncombe-Anderson, b. 4 Feb. 1907. 

2/. Roland Frederick Duncombe-Anderson, b. 18 Ap. 1908. 

le. Katharine Helen Anderson, m. 9 Mar. 1904, Richard Coningsby Sutton 
[Bt. of Norwood (1772) Coll.], d. 12 Sept. 1905 ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. Francis Richard Heywood Sutton, b. 9 Feb. 1905. 

2/. Olinda Margaret Sutton, | ^ .^^ fchumous 4 Mar 1906 

3/. Olivia Katharine Sutton, | v ' r 

3e. Frances Olive Anderson. 

3c. Elizabeth Anne Jones, d. 16 Jan. 1880; m. 10 Sept. 1828, Samuel Bright 
of Sandheys, Liverpool, and Ashfield, co. Lancaster, J.P. ; b. 25 Sept. 1799 ; d. 28 
Jan. 1870 ; and had issue \d to Id. 

Id. Henry Arthur Bright of Ashfield, J. P., b. 9 Feb. 1830; d. 5 May 1884; 
m. 26 June 1861, Mary Elizabeth (26 Gloucester Square, London), da. of Samuel 
Henry Thompson of Thing-wall Hall, Liverpool, D.L. ; and had issue le to 5e. 

le. Allan Heywood Bright, J.P., M.P. for Oswestry 1904-6 (Ashfield, Knotty 
Ash, Liverpool ; Gorse Hey, Moss Lane, West Derby, Liverpool; Brookside, Weston 
Rhyn, Salop), b. 24 May 1862 ; m. 10 June 1885, Edith, da. of Alfred Turner, J.P. ; 
and has issue 1/. 

1/. Edith Honora Bright. 

2e. Henry Yates Bright (Lima, Peru; 26 Gloucester Square, W.), b. 21 Aug. 
1865 ; m. 14 Sept. 1904, Elena, da. of Capt. Manuel Ferreyros, Peruvian Navy ; and 
has issue 1/. 

If. Henry Edward Yates Bright, b. 19 Feb. 1906. 

3e. Rev. Hugh Bright, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of King Cross, Halifax, b. 4 May 

ie. Elizabeth Phcebe Bright, m. 18 Dec. 1889, Charles Merivale [son of Dean 
Merivale] (18 Norfolk Crescent, London, W.) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Alexander Merivale, b. 2 Dec. 1901. 

If. Phcebe Merivale, b. 2 Jan. 1891. 

be. Mary Honora Bright. 

U. Heywood Bright of Sandheys, J. P., b. 20 Oct. 1836; d Mar. 1897 ; m 
4 Nov. 1884, Dorothea Anne (The Danes, Little Berkhamsted, Herts), da. of Col. 
John Ireland Blackbume of Hale Hall; and had issue le. 

le. Ursula Dorothea Elizabeth Bright. 

3d Samuel Bright (5 Huskisson Street, Liverpool), b. 15 Jan. 1843. 

U Sarah Elizabeth Mesnard Bright (90 Chatham Street, Liverpool), m. 20 Nov 
1852, George Melly, J.P., D.L., M.P. for Stoke-on-Trent 1868-75, d. 1894; and 
has issue le to le. 

le. George Henry Melly, Shipowner (90 Chatham Street, Liverpool), b. 5 Mar. 

2e Hush Mesnard Melly, Wool Broker (The Quinta, Greenhayes Road, Liver- 
), b. 23 July 1863 ; m. 1st, 11 Aug. 1886, Cicely Anne, da. of William Durnrng 

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Holt of Liverpool, d. 23 Mar. 1890; 2ndly, 4 Dec. 1895, Eleanor Lawrence, da. of 
Peter Owen of Capenhurst, co. Chester ; and has issue 1/ to 5/. 

1/. Hugh Peter Egerton Mesnard Melly, b. 6 Oct. 1896. 

2/. Andre John Mesnard Melly, b. 9 Oct. 1898. 

3/. 1 Margaret Mesnard Melly. 

4/. 1 Joan Mesnard Melly. 

5/. 2 Eleanor Mesnard Melly. 

3e. William Rathbone Melly, Merchant (Liverpool), b. 30 Mar. 1867. 

ie. Samuel Heywood Melly (15 Parkficld Road, Liverpool, S.),b. 31 May 1871 ; 
m. 7 July 1898, Edith Matilda, da. of John Roylance Court of Birkdale ; and has 
issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Francis Heywood Melly, b. 27 Dec. 1899. 

2/. Dorothy Heywood Melly. 

5e. Mary Eveline Melly. 
&e. Florence Elizabeth Melly. 

le. Ellen Beatrice Melly, m. 13 July 1881, F. Rawdon Smith, J.P., Encaustic 
Tile Manufacturer ; and has issue 1/ to 4/. 

1/. George Francis Rawdon Smith, M.B., b. 8 May 1882. 
2/. William Herbert Rawdon Smith, b. 24 Oct. 1887. 
3/. Edward Rawdon Smith, b. 2 July 1890. 
4/. Beatrice Emma Rawdon Smith. 

M. Elizabeth Bright (Sudley, Mossley Hill, Liverpool), m. 1 Dec. 1853, George 
Holt, d. 3 Ap. 1896 ; and has issue le. 

\e. Emma Georgina Holt. 

6d. Harriette Bright. 

Id. Anna Maria Bright, d. 22 May 1904 ; m. 15 Sept. 1874, Archibald Weir 
of St. Munghos, Malvern, M.D., d. 17 May 1894 ; and had issue le to 3e. 

le. Hugh Heywood Weir, M.A., M.B. (Camb.), M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. 
(Lond.) (Si!. Luke's Hospital, Chemulpo, Korea), b. 29 Aug. 1875; m. 13 Feb. 
1904, Margaret, da. of the Rev. Frederic Charles Skey of Weare. 

Ie. George Alexander Weir, Capt. 3rd Dragoon Guards, B.A. (Camb.), b. 
31 Dec. 1876. 

3e. Henry Bright Weir, M.A. (Camb.), M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (Lond.) (St. Thomas' 
Hospital, London), b. 23 June 1880. 

4c. Mary Ellen Jones, d. 23 Sept. 1865 ; m. 28 Jan. 1836, Robertson Gladstone 
of Court Hey, Liverpool, J. P. [Bt. of Fasque Coll. and brother of the Right Hon. W. 
E. Gladstone], b. 15 Nov. 1805 ; d. 23 Sept. 1875 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Walter Longueville Gladstone, heir-presum-ptive to Baronetcy [U.K.] 
(Court Hey, Broad Green, Liverpool), b. 30 Sept. 1846. 

2d. Mary Ellen Gladstone, d. 17 Sept. 1895 ; m. 16 Feb. 1860, Robert Gladstone, 
J. P. (Woolton Vale, near Liverpool); and had issue le to lie. 

le. Arthur Steuart Gladstone, b. 27 Nov. 1860. 

2e. John Steuart Gladstone, b. 13 Aug. 1862. 

3e. Robert Gladstone, b. 6 May 1866. 

4e. Ernest Steuart Gladstone, b. 6 July 1867. 

be. Mary Ellen Gladstone. 

6e. Katherine Steuart Gladstone. 

le. Flora Steuart Gladstone. 

8e. Edith Steuart Gladstone. 

9e. Margaret Steuart Gladstone. 

lOe. Helen Steuart Gladstone. 

lie. Lilian Steuart Gladstone. [Nos. 528 to 561. 


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3d. Anna Maria Heywood Gladstone, d. 14 May 1901; m. 14 Dec. 1870, 
Edward John Thornewill of Dove Cliff, Burton-on-Trent, d. 22 Mar. 1901 ; and had 
issue le to 4c. 

le. Edward Noel Thornewill, b. 25 Dec. 1874. 

le. Hugh Pearson Thornewill, b. 25 Feb. 1876. 

Be. Arthur Basil Thornewill, b. 2 Dec. 1877. 

4c. Hilda Mary Thornewill. 

5c. Harriette Jones, d. 1855 ; m. Daniel Neilson of Hundhill, Pontefract. 

6c. Emma Jones, d. 2 Jan. 1904; m. 28 Oct. 1840, */?e Hon. Richard Denman 
{see p. 166) [B. Denman Coll.], d. 19 Mar. 1887 ; awd had issue Id to 6d. 

\d. Richard Denman, b. 3 Jan. 1842; d.v.p. 5 ^^>. 1883; m. 31 May 1871, 
Helen Mary, da. of Gilbert M'Micking of Miltonise, co. Wigtoun ; and had issue 
le to 3c. 

lc. Thomas (Denman), 3rd Baron Denman [U.K.], P.C., K.C.V.O., a Lord in 
Waiting to King Edward VII. 1905-1907, and Capt. Comdg. 35th Squadron Imp. 
Yeo. in South Africa 1900-1901 (Balcombe Place, Sussex; Stony Middleton, 
Derby), b. 16 Nov. 1874; m. 26 Nov. 1903, Gertrude Mary, da. of Sir Weetman 
Dickinson Pearson, 1st Bt. [U.K.], M.P. ; and has issue 1/ to If. 

If. Hon. Thomas Denman, b. 2 Aug. 1905. 

2/. Hon. Anne Judith Denman. 

2c. Hon. Richard Douglas Denman, Private Sec. to Postmaster-Gen. (9 Swan 
Walk, Chelsea, S.W.), b. 24 Aug. 1876; m. 11 Feb. 1904, Helen Christian, da. of 
Sir Thomas Sutherland, G.C.M.G., LL.D. 

3c. Hon. Anna Maria Heywood Denman, m. 13 July 1895, Sir John Emmott 
Barlow, 1st Bait. [U.K.], M.P., J. P. (Torkington Lodge, Hazelgrove, near Stock- 
port; Bryn Eirias, Colwyn Bay, &c.) ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. John Denman Barlow, b. 15 June 1898. 

2/. Thomas Bradwall Barlow, b. 7 Mar. 1900. 

3/. Nancy Mary Emmott Barlow. 

if. Anna Elizabeth Barlow. 

2d. Thomas Hugh Anderson Denman, Barrister, Lincoln's Inn (Lavant, 
Chichester), b. 16 Jan. 1855 ; m. 28 Jan. 1890, Margaret Evelyn [descended from 
King Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, p. 313)], da. of Charles Watson Townley of 
Fulbourn Manor, Cambridge ; and has issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Richard Charles Denman, b. 16 Aug. 1896. 

2c. John Evelyn Thomas Denman, b. 21 Dec. 1901. 

3c. Margaret Cecil Denman. 

3d. Emma Sophia Georgiana Denman, m. 1st, 31 Oct. 1872, Capt. Oswin dim- 
ming Baker-Cresswell of Cresswell, J. P., d. 26 Feb. 1886; 2ndly as 2nd wife, 
7 Sept. 1892, Henry George (Liddell), 2nd Earl of Ravensworth [U.K.], d.s.p.m. 
22 July 1903; 3rdly, 30 Ap. 1904, James William Wadsworth ; and has issue 
lc to 4c. 

lc. Addison Francis Baker-Cresswell of Cresswell and Harehope, Capt. North- 
umberland Imp. Yeo., late Scots Guards (Cresswell, Morpeth; Harehope, Alnwick), 
b. 8 Nov. 1874; m. 2 Feb. 1899, Idonea, da. of S. F. Widdrington of Newton Hall, 
co. Northumberland ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. John Baker-Cresswell, b. 7 Dec. 1899. 

2/. Addison Joe Baker-Cresswell, b. 2 Feb. 1901. 

3/. Cynthia Mary Baker-Cresswell. 

2e. Henry Baker-Cresswell, Capt. late 15th Hussars, b. 17 Mar. 1876. 

3c. Susan Elizabeth Baker-Cresswell, m. 13 July 1896, Frederick P. Barnett ; 
and has issue. 

4c. Mary Emma Baker-Cresswell, m. 16 Oct. 1897, Col. Frederick Charlton 
Meyrick [s. and h. of Sir Thomas Meyrick, 1st Bart. [U.K.], C.B., and a descendant 

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of King Henry VII., Sec. (see the Essex- Volume, Tudor Supplement, p. 486)] 
(Bush, Pembroke) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Thomas Frederick Meyrick, 6. 29 Nov. 1809. 

2/. Mary Cicely Meyrick. 

3/. Rachel Eva Meyrick. 

id. Elizabeth Margaret Denman (-14 St. George's Road, S.W.), m. 20 Jan. 1870, 
Sir Peniston Milbanke, 9th Bart, [E.], J. P., D.L , b. 14 Feb. 1847 ; d. 30 Nov. 1899 ; 
and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Sir John Peniston Milbanke, 10th Bart. [E.], V.C., Major 10th Hussars 
(19 Eaton Terrace, S.W.), b. 9 Oct. 1872; m. 6 Dec. 1900, Amelia (Leila), da. of the 
Hon. Charles Frederick Crichton ; and has issue 1/ to If. 

If. John Peniston Charles Milbanke, b. 9 Jan. 1902. 

if, Ralph Mark Milbanke, b. 11 Ap. 1907. 

le. Mark Richard Milbanke (Bath), b. 17 Mar. 1875. 

5d. Anna Maria Denman, m. 1G July 1867, Reginald Carton Wilberforce, J.P., 
D.L. [a son of the Lord Bishop of Winchester, and a descendant of the Lady Anne, 
sister of Kings Edward IV. and Richard III.] (Bramlands, Hens field, Sussex); and 
has issue. 

See the Esses Volume, Exeter Supplement, p. 660, Nos. 56226/216-229. 

6d. Eleanora Denman, m. 11 Feb. 1907, Richard Patrick Boyle Davey (200 
Ashley Gardens, S.W.). 

46. Charles Thomas Jones of Oswestry, b. (twin) (at Wrexham) 28 Aug. 1777 ; 
d. 16 Oct. 1857; m. (at St. Thomas', Liverpool) 27 Dec. 1802, Maria, da. of (—) 
Welsh, d. (- ) ; and had issue (with 3 sons who d.s.p.) lc to 3c. 

\c. Charles Willding Jones of the Dingle, Liverpool, b. 2 Feb. 1805 ; d. 11 Jan. 
1849; m. 1st, 27 Ap. 1831, Mary, da. of William Preston of Birchfield, d. 1 Jan. 
1833 ; 2ndly (in Chester Cathedral) 21 Aug. 1843, Elizabeth, da. of John Hassall of 
Chester, d. 27 May 1902 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Willding Jones, now (R.L. 28 July 1891) Willding-Jones of Hampton Hall, 
M.A. (Oxon.) (Hampton Hall, Malpas, Cheshire), b. 27 May 1832; m. 17 June 
1863, Catherine Anne, da. of James Thomas Murray of Edinburgh, W.S. ; and has 
issue le to 3c. 

le. Charles Willding Willding-Jones, late Rifle Brigade, b. 14 Ap. 1864; m. 
20 Jan. 1898, Florence, da. of the Rev. Canon Clarke Watkins Burton ; and has 

See p. 57, Nos. 494-497. 

le. Murray Willding Willding-Jones. b. 11 June 1867. 

3fi. Venetia Marie Willding Willding-Jones. 

2d. Charles Digby Jones (12 Chester Street, Edinburgh), b- 4 Nov. 1814; ;». 
3 Sept. 1872, Aimee Susanna, da. of Surgeon Major Robert Christie, 3rd Bengal 
Cav. ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Charles Kenelm Digby Jones, F.C.S., Mining Engineer (Mazoe, Rhodesia), 
b. 28 June 1873; m. 18 Mar. 1896, Lily Christine, da. of Col. Joseph Beauchamp 
Leggett, 10th Madras Inf. ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Philip Kenelm Digby Jones, b. 10 Mar. 1897. 

•If. Mary Elizabeth Digby Jones, b. 4 June 1901. 

ie. Robert James Thomas Digby Jones, V.C., Lieut. R.E., b. 27 Sept. 1876; d. 
umn. (being killed in defence of Wagon Hill, Ladysnuth) 6 Jan. 1900. 

3e. Owen Glyndwr Digby Jones, Capt. R.E., b. 8 Jan. 1880; m. 2 July 1907, 
Gwenllian Cecil, da. of the Rev. George Philipps. 

3d. Richard Everard Jones (Fassfern, Kinlocheil, R.S.O. Inverness-shire), b. 

12 Dec. 1848; m. 25 June 1872, Louisa Mary Anne, da. of Major Hector Macneil, 

one of H.M. Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms to Queen Victoria; and has issue 

\e to 3e. [Nos. 587 to 624. 

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le. Willding Everard Jones, Capt. Lovat Scouts, Imp. Yeo., b. 13 Sept. 1884. 

2e. Lilly Everard Jones, unm. 

3e. Eva Conway Everard Jones, m. 4 Feb. 1903, Capt. Edward Sinclair Gooch, 
Berkshire Yeo., formerly 7th Hussars [nephew of Sir Daniel Gooch, 1st Bart. [U.K.], 
M.P.] ; and has issue If. 

If. Bridget Mary Gooch, b. 3 Mar. 1904. 

2c. Maria Diana Jones, b. 25 Oct. 1809 ; d. 20 Oct. 1894; m. 6 Ap. 1831, the 
Rev. Thomas Griffith Roberts, Rector of Llanrwst, d. 28 Aug. 1852; and had issue 
Id to 6d. 

Id. Thomas Vaughan Roberts, b. 31 Jan. 1832 ; d. 29 June 1903; m. 13 Dec. 
1865, Julia, da. of Capt. William Way Baker, 32nd Madras N.I. ; and had issue 
1 e to 3c. 

\e. Hugh Alexander Roberts, Solicitor, b. 13 Sept. 1866 ; m. 10 Sept. 1908, 
Eleanor (see p. 90), da. of John Henville Hulbert of Stakes Hill, co. Hants. 

2e. Ada Charlotte Roberts, m. 29 July 1899, Francis Adolphus Jones; and has 
issue 1/ to of. 

\f. Humphrey Charles Vaughan Jones, b. 27 July 1900. 

2/. Philip Sydney Jones, b. 4 July 1902. 

3/. Barbara Winifred Jones, b. 24 Jan. 1907. 

3e. Winifred Roberts, unm. 

2d. Susan Ellen Roberts (1 Great Bedford Street, Bath), m. 6 Aug. 1867, the 
Rev. Abraham Matchett, Rector of Trimingham, co. Norfolk, d. 17 Sept. 1883; and 
has issue le to 4e. 

le. Anwyl Charles Matchett, M.B. (Edin.), Surgeon (Nether Stowey, Bridg- 
water), b. 25 July 1868; m. (at Marseilles) 3 Aug. 1905, Celine Celestine Raphael, 
da. of Paul A. d'Ondats of Hellette, Basse Pyrenees. 

2e. Rev. James Trevor Matchett, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of St. Michael-at-Thorn 
(2 Wood Street, Norwich), b. 15 Jan. 1871 ; m. 9 July 1907, Cicely Mary, da. of 
Albert Ketteringham of Norwich ; and has issue 1/. 

If. Charles Paul Trevor Matchett, b. 24 Jan. 1909. 

3e. Ethel Susan Matchett. 

ie. Mabel Katharine Matchett, m. 10 Ap. 1901, Sidney Herbert Hayes, Tea 
Planter (Lethenty Hatton, Ceylon) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. Trevor Sidney Hayes, b. (in Ceylon) 21 May 1903. 

2/. Herbert Leonard Hayes, b. (in Ceylon) 5 Sept. 1905. 

3/. John Douglas Hayes, b. 22 May 1909. 

3d. Maria Roberts (9 West Cromwell Road, S.W.), m. 15 Aug. 1861, Henry 
Vallings, d. 30 Sept. 1901 ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Henry Alan Vallings, Major 29th Punjabis, b. 24 Ap. 1866; m. 25 Nov. 
1899, Gertrude, da. of (— ) Whitchurch; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Doris Gwendolen Vallings, b. (in India) 18 Jan. 1902. 

2/. Gertrude Colleen Vallings, b. (in India) 7 Mar. 1907. 

2e. Gertrude Maria Vallings. 

3e. Gwynedd Maud Vallings, m. 7 June 1894. Walter Frerich Dunsterville 
(Lushill, Stock, Essex) ; and has" issue If. 

If. Marie Iseult Dunsterville. . 

id. Margaret Anne Roberts, num. 

M. Louisa Roberts, m. 23 June 1863, Alexander Brooke (Handford, Cheshire); 
and has issue le to 8e. 

le. Alexander Trafford Brooke, Merchant (34 Craven Hill Gardens, W .), b. 
14 May 1864, unm. 

2e. Richard Hadden Brooke, J. P., Merchant (Bombay), b. 30 Mar. 1878, unm. 

3e. Eleanor Mary Brooke, unm. [Nos. 625 to 655. 


of <0;e miooh laopal 

ie. Louisa Beatrice Helen Brooke, m. 31 July 1890, Haroourt Augustine 
Francis Chambers, Accountant. Merchant Taylors Company (Heron°ate, Brent- 
wood), s.p. 

be. Florence Brooke, m. 14 Oct. 1890, John Anderson (Ceylon); ami has issue 
1/ to 5/. 

1/. Alexander Bruce Anderson, b. in Ceylon 25 Sept. 1899. 

if. Elsie Florence Anderson, b. in Ceylon. 

3/. Hilda Eleanor Anderson, b. in Ceylon. 

if. Margaret Doris Anderson, &. in Ceylon. 

5/. Janet Beatrice Anderson. 

6e. Elsie Frances Brooke, in. (at Bombay) 7 Ap. 1903, Major Joseph George 
Hulbert, I.M.S. (see pp. 89-90); and has issue 1/. 

1/. Richard Carson Hulbert, b. (in India) 10 July 1907. 

7e. Constance Brooke, m. 18 Ap. 1900, Thomas Todd (Elm field, Hartford, 
Cheshire) ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Dorothy Annie Todd, b. 24 Jan. 1907. 

8e. Margaret Brooke, unm. 

Qd. Elizabeth Roberts, unm. 

3c. Anne Jones, d. 8 Feb. 1884 ; m. 9 Oct. 1838, her cousin, Thomas Longueville 
Longueville, formerly Jones of Penyllan, d. 27 Oct. 1888 ; and had issue. 
Seep. 56, Nos. 476-481. 

5b. Harriette Jones, b. 4 Dec. 1780 ; d. 17 Feb. 1846 ; m. 26 Feb. 1802. Francis 
Edge Barker of Llyndir, co. Denbigh, d. 10 June 1827 ; and had issue (with 2 other 
sons atid 2 das. who died unm.) \c to 4c. 

Ic. Richard Barker of Chester and Llyndir, co. Denbigh, b. 2 Sept. 1808; d. 
20 Dec. 1877; m. 27 June 1833, Sarah, da. of Henry Potts of Chester and Glany- 
rafon, co. Flint, d. 12 Nov. 1881 ; and had issue (with 2 other sons who died young) 
Id to id. 

Iff. Francis Henry Barker of Llyndir, b. 8 June 18:14; d. 11 Mar. 1903; m. 
14 Jan. 1858, Elizabeth Anne, da. of John Henry Yates of Preston Broik, co. 
Chester, d. 20 Dec. 1901 ; and had issue (with an eldest son who d. unm.) Ie to 8e. 

Ie. Harry Yates Barker (Chester; Llyndir, co. Denbigh), b. 1 Ap. 1861; m, 
17 Ap. 1888, Amelia, da. of Benjamin Dodsworth of York ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Francis Brock Barker, b. 30 Mar. 1893. 

if. Winefride Mary Barker, b. 5 July 1895. 

ie. Ernest Longueville Barker, Bank Manager (Dulverton, Somerset), b. 17 July 
1862 ; m. Oct. 1901, Grace Alice, da of (— ) McOstrich, of London. 

3e. Walter Hugh Barker, Architect (Plymouth), b. 19 June 1865; m. 1 Aug. 
1903, Lilian, da. of ( — ) Turner ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Edward Yates Barker, b. 18 Ap. 1905. 

ie. Geoffrey Lionel Barker, Land Agent (Newton Abbot, Devon), b. 6 Nov. 
1869 ; m. 20 Feb. 1908, Mabel Annie, da. of Thomas Rees ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Lionel Rees Barker, b. 28 June 1909. 

5e. Francis Guy Barker (Lower Whitcroft, Hereford), b. 25 Aug. 1875 ; m. 
16 Oct. 1907, Ethel, da. of Col. Carre Fulton, late Durham L.I. 

6e. Ethel Barker, unm. 

Ie. Mabel Barker, m. 4 June 1903, George Henry Rogerson, Solicitor (Chester) ; 
and has issue 1/. 

. 1/. Elizabeth Mabel Rogerson. b. 16 July 1905. 

Se. Maud Elizabeth Barker (Southsea), m. 8 Jan. 1895, Capt. Augustus 
Frederick Cooper, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, d. (-) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Frederick Augustus Cooper, b. 14 Jan. 1899. 

if. Jane Cooper. [Nos. 656 to 689. 


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2d. Richard Longueville Barker, Land Agent (10 Eaton Road, Chester ; St. 
Werburgh Chambers, Chester), b. 14 Mar. 1837 ; m. 1 Nov. 1860, Rosabel Charlotte, 
da. of the Rev. George Heywood, Rector of Ideford, Devon, d.s.p. 29 Jan. 1886. 

3d. Frederick Barker, b. 28 July 1840; d. 4 Dec. 1908; m. 18 June 1872, 
Phcebe Susannah, da. of Col. Vincent Williams, Royal Welsh Fusiliers ; and had 
issue (with a da. who died young) le to Ae. 

\e. Philip Longueville Barker, I.C.S. (Amritsar, Punjab), b. 19 Dec. 1874; 
m. 24 Dec. 1900, Edith Agnes Frances Maria, da. of the Rev. Henry Atkinson 
Gibson, M.A. ; ami has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Phcebe Sybil Barker. 

2/. Gwynedd Mary Barker. 

3/. Ursula Gladwyn Barker. 

2e. Richard Vincent Barker, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, b. 13 June 1880, until. 

3e. Sybil Margaret Barker, in. 1st, Charles Frederick Balfour, I.C.S., d. 1907; 
2ndly, 2 Sept. 1908, Major James Craik, Indian Cavalry ; and has issue (with a da. 
who died young) 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Philip Maxwell Balfour, b. 10 Mar. 1898. 

2/. Ronald Hugh Balfour, b. 6 Nov. 1901. 

ie. Winifred Mary Barker, m. 1908, Nigel Fosberry. 

id. Henrietta Barker, m. 17 Ap. 1873, Hugo Rice-Wiggiu, one of H.M.'s 
Inspectors of Schools (Bourton-in-the-W ater, Glos.); and has issue le. 

le. Cecil Frances Sarah Rice-Wiggin. 

2c. Thomas Francis Barker, b. 29 Oct. 1810; d. 25 Ap. 1878; m. 13 Sept. 
1836, Eliza Anne, da. of (—) Booth ; and had issue (with 3 other sons and a da. who 
d.s.p.) Id to 5d. 

Id. Henry Barker (Chester), b. 17 Nov. 1843 ; m. 12 Ap. 1887, Emily, widow 
of Col. Brownrigg, da of ( — ) Tottenham, s.p. 

2d. Francis Barker, b. 1 June 1844 ; d. 2 Nov. 1878; m. 14 Oct. 1874, Eliza- 
beth, da. of ( — ) Lord of Rawtenstall, co. Lane. ; and had issue le. 

le. Ethel Barker, m. 19 Feb. 1903, John Howarth Massey (Clitheroe). 

3d. Eliza Harriette Barker, unm. 

Ad. Annie Barker, m. 17 July 1867, Charles Edward Ashburner, late Indian 
Army ; and has issue If to 4c. 

le. Charles Edward Ashburner. 

2c. Lionel Ashburner. 

3e. Arthur Ashburner. 

4c. Violet Ashburner. 

5d. Mary Barker, m. 8 Aug. 1877, James Henry Ewart, late Seaforth High- 
landers (The Lodge, Weston Underwood, Olney, Bucks) ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. John Murray Ewart, b. 23 Sept. 1881. 

2e. James Alan Ewart, b. 16 Nov. 1887. 

3c. Monica Mary Ewart, b. 4 Dec. 1885. 

3c. Harriette Barker, b. 9 Ap. 1805; d. 27 May 1861; m. the Rev. Francis 
Bryans, d. 3 May 1877 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Rev. Francis Richard Brvans, formerly Rector of Greatham, b. 2 Feb. 
1835; d. 7 Jan. 1909; m. 18 Oct. 1864, Anna Maria [descended from King Henry 
VII., &c. (see Tudor Roll, p. 513)] (Clevelands, B.ibbacombe, Torquay), da. of Gibbs 
Crawford Antrobus of Eaton Hall, co. Chester, J. P., D.L. [Bt. Coll.] ; and had issue 
Icto 2e. 

le. Edith Anna Bryans. 

2c. Bessie Bryans, m. 1901, S. Wood. 

2d. Edward de Villars Bryans, b. 17 Sept. 1846, unm. 

3d. Harriette Bryans, b. 4 Nov. 1836; d. 19 May 1906; m. 31 Mar. 1S69, 
Patrick Robertson Buchanan ; and had issue le. 

\e. Nora Harriette Buchanan, b. 26 Nov. 1874. [Nos. 690 to 717. 


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4c. Mary Anne Barker, b. 12 June 1812; d. 1 Oct. 1882; m. 21 Jan. 1834, 
Charles Townshend [1th son of John Stanislaus Townshend of Trevallyn, co. Den- 
bigh, J.P.], d. 24 July 1893 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Harriette Dorothea Townshend, b. 29 Nov. 1836; d. 27 Mar. 1878; m. 
5 /«/y 1859, the Rev. Latham Wickham [son of Archdeacon Wickham], d. 3 Sept- 
1901 ; a»i /j«rf issue le to 6e. 

le. Robert Townshend Wickham (Chester), b. 28 Ap. 1860; w. 22 Feb. 1898, 
Elinor [a descendant of the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV. (see the Exeter 
Volume, p. 378)], da. of James George Edwards of Broughton, co. Hants ; and has 
issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Lance Townshend Wickham, b. 15 Jul}- 1902. 

If. Robert George Wickham, b. 14 June 1905. 

3/. Hugh Charles Wickham, b. 23 Ap. 1908. 

2e. Charles Townshend Wickham (Twyford School, Winchester), b. 11 June 
1862 ; m. 8 Ap. 1891, Flora Millicent, da. of Col. William Parker of Hanthorpe Hall, 
Bourne, co. Line. 

3c Harry Townshend Wickham (The Close, Newport-Pagnell, Bucks), b. 5 Jan. 
1866; m. 20 Ap. 1893, Elizabeth Caroline, da, of W. Soutar of Dundee. 

ie. John Herbert Townshend Wickham (Westwood, Wanganui, New Zealand), 
b. 10 Oct, 1868 ; m. 14 Ap. 1898, Jessica Clarice, da. of George Buckland Worgan 
of Wanganui ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Philip Latham Wickham, b. at Wanganui 1 June 1904. 

5e. Dorothea Gladwyn Wickham, in. 2 July 1885, George William Palmer, 
formerly of Greenwood, co. Hants (Wanganui, New Zealand) ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. George Palmer, b. 21 June 1888. 

2/. Harry Mark Palmer, b. 21 Oct. 1889. 

3/. Frederick Ralph Palmer, b. 7 Jan. 1891. 

if. Richard Hugh Palmer, b. 13 Ap. 1893. 

6c. Susan Harriette Latham Wickham, m. Sept. 1906, the Rev. Ernest Henry 
St. Aubyn Trenow, Curate of All Saints, Leamington Spa. 

2d. Susan Marian Townshend, m. 10 Nov. 1864, Hugh Robert Hughes of Ystrad, 
co. Denbigh, d. 8 Feb. 1895 ; and has issue (with a da. who died young) \e to 5c. 

le. Marian Margaret Hughes, m. 30 Ap. 1900, the Rev. Edward James Davies, 
B.A., Rector of Nantglyn (Nantglyn Rectory, Denbigh) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Hugh Edward Townshend Davies, b. 9 Ap. 1907. 

2/. Marian Margaret Davies, b. 22 July 1901. 

3/. Katharine Mildred Davies, b. 7 Dec. 1903. 

2e. Susan Gladwyn Hughes, m. 30 Ap. 1895, Guy Francis, Solicitor (Denbigh). 

3c. Katherina Christina Hughes, unm. 

ie. Muriel Hester Hughes, unm. 

5e. Vera Hughes, m. M. Guy Thompson (The Old Bank, Oxford). 

66. Maria Jones, b. 17 Ap. 1782; d. (at Hamburg) 7 Dec. 1816; m. l( s Is/ 
wife (at Llanraidr) 23 Aug. 1802, Thomas Lowndes, d. 4 May 1836 ; and had issue 
(with 2 sons and a da. who d.s.p.) lc. 

\c. Maria Lowndes, b. 20 Jan. 1811; d. 1 Dec. 1877; m. 1842, W cousin, 
Thomas John Lowndes, d. 2 Dec. 1855 ; and had issue Id to id. 

\d. Hugh Lowndes, b. 12 Jan. 1843; d. 8 Ap. 19l>7 ; m. 1st (at West Derby 
Parish Church), 2 June 1870, Lydia Jane, da. of William Kenney Tyrer, d. (-) ; 
2ndly (at Chester), 22 Oct. 1901, Amy, widow of Frederick Ea'on, da. of G. S. Chap- 
man of Manchester and Monte Video ; and had issue (with 2 das. who d. in infancy) 
lelo 2e. 

le. Amy Frances Lowndes, m. (at West Kirby) 8 Oct. 1902, Walter Maclver; 
and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Peter Grseme Maclver. 

2/. Eleanor Audrey Gramie Maclver. [Nos. 71s to 713. 


Ct)e ^lantagenet iaoll 

2e. Ella Constance Lownrles, m. (at Gresford) 21 Ap. 189G, James Allan Macfie ; 
and has issue If. 

If. Ellaline Lydia Joan Macfie. 

2d, Thomas Lowndes, b. (— ) ; m. 1900, C. M. E., da. of (— ) \)evey. 

3d. Jane, called Lilly, Lowndes, b. in New Zealand. 

U. Maria Lowndes. [Nos. 744 to 748. 

9. Descendants, if any, of Charlotte Theophila Digby (Table II.), 

d. 17 Mar. 1693; on. the Rev. Richaud Mostyn of Pedbedw, 
d. 1735. 1 

10. Descendants of Hugh (Percy), 2nd Duke of Northumberland 

[G.B.], K.G (Table III.), b. 14 Aug. 1742 ; d. 10 July 1817 ; 
i)i. 2ndly, 23 May 1779, Frances Julia, da. of Peter Burrell 
of Beckenham, co. Kent., d. 28 Ap. 1820 ; and had issue la 
to 3a. 

la. Hugh (Percy), 3rd Duke of Northumberland [G.B.], K.G., b. 20 Ap. 1785 ; 
d.s.p. 11 Feb. 1847. ' 

•2a. Algernon (Percy), 4th Duke of Northumberland [G.B.], K.G., P.C., b. 
15 Dec. 1792; d.s.p. 12 Feb. 1865. 

3a. Lady Emily Percy, b. 1 Jan. 1789; d. 20 June 1814; m. 19 May 1810, 
James (Murray), 1st Baron Glenlyon [U.K.], K.H. [2nd son but in his issue 
(14 Sept. 1846)' heir of the Uh Duke of Atholl [5.], K.T.], d. 12 Oct. 1837; and 
had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. George Augustus Frederick John (Murray), 6th Duke of Atholl [S.J, 3rd 
Earl of Strange [G.B.], 10th Baron Strange [E.], 2nd Baron Glenlyon [U.K.], &c, 
&c, K.T., b. 20 Sept. 1814; d. 16 Jan. 1864; m. 29 Oct, 1839, Anne, V.A., da. of 
Henry Home Drummond of Blair Drummond, co. Perth, d. 18 May 1897 ; and had 
issue Ic. 

Ic. John James Hugh Henry (Stewart-Murray), 7th Duke of Atholl [S.], 4th 
Earl Strange [G.B.], 11th Baron Strange [E.] and 3rd Baron Glenlyon [U.K.], &c, 
also 6th Baron Percy [G.B.], K.T. (Blair Castle, Blair Atholl, Perthshire ; Dunkeld 
House, Dunkeld; 84 Eaton Place, S.W.), b. 6 Aug. 1840; m. 29 Oct. 1863, Louisa, 
da. of Sir Thomas Moncreiffe, 7th Bt. [S.], d. 8 July 1902 ; and has issue Id to Gd. 

Id. John George Stewart-Murray, Marquis of Tullibardine, M.V.O., D.S.O., 
Capt. and Brevet-Major Royal Horse Guards and Col. Comdt. Scottish Horse Yeo. 
(Marlborough, eye), b. 15 Dec. 1871 ; m. 20 July 1899, Katharine Marjory, da. of 
Sir James Henry Ramsay, 10th Bt. [S.]. 

2d. Lord George Stewart-Murray, Capt. 1st Batt. Black Watch, b. 17 Feb. 

3d, Lord James Thomas Stewart-Murray, Lieut. Queen's Own Cameron High- 
landers, b. 18 Aug. 1879. 

id. Lady Dorothea Louisa Stewart-Murray, m. 5 Feb. 1895, Lieut. -Col. Harold 
Goodeve Ruggles-Brise, Grenadier Guards. 

5d. Lady Helen Stewart-Murray. 

6d. Lady Evelyn Stewart-Murray. 

2b. Lord James Charles Plantagenet Murray, b. 8 Dec. 1819 ; d. 3 June 1874 ; 
m. 6 Nov. 1851, Elizabeth Marjory, da. of George Fairhoime of Grecnknow, co. Ber- 
wick [by his wife the Hon. Caroline Elizabeth, nee Forbes], d. 11 Oct. 1888 ; and had 
issue lc. 

Ic. Caroline Frances Murray (8 Royal Crescent, Bath). [Nos. 749 to 756. 

1 The Topographer, London, 1790, ii. 212. 


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11. Descendants of Algernon (Percy), 1st Earl of Beverley [G.B.] 
(Table III.), b. 21 Jan. 1750; d. 21 Oct. 1830; m. 8 June 
1775, Isabella Susannah, da. of Peter Burrell of Becken- 
ham, co. Kent. d. 24 Jan. 1812 ; and had issue la to 5a. 

la. George (Percy), 2nd Earl of Beverley and (1865) 5th Duke of Northumber- 
land [G.B.], b. 22 June 1778 ; d. 22 Aug. 1867 ; m. 22 June 1801, Louisa Harcourt, 
da. of the Hon. James Archibald Stuart-Wortley, d. 30 June 1848; and had issue 
\b to 36. 

16. Algernon George (Percv), 6th Duke of Northumberland [G.B.], &c, K.G.. 
P.C., b. 2 May 1810; d. 2 Jan. 1899; m. 26 May 1845, Louisa, da. and h. of Henry 
Drummond, M.P. [E. of Perth Coll.], d. 18 Dec. 1890 ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Henry George (Percy), 7th Duke of Northumberland, &c. [G.B.] and 11th 
Bt. [E.], K.G., P.O., D.C.L., LL.D., formerly Treasurer of H.M. Queen Victoria's 
Household (Alnwick Castle, Northumberland ; Albury Park, Guildford ; 2 Grosvenor 
Place, W. ; Carlton, &c), 6. 29 May 1846 ; m. 23 Dec. 1868, Lady Edith, da. of 
George Douglas (Campbell), 8th Duke of Argyll [S.], K.G., K.T. ; and has issue \d 
to 9d. 

Id. Henry Algernon George, Earl Percy, M.P., formerly Under-Sec. of State 
for Foreign Affairs, &c. (64 Citrzon Street, W. ; Carlton), b. 21 Jan. 1871. 

2d. Lord Alan Ian Percy, Capt. Grenadier Guards, 6. 17 Ap. 1880. 

3d. Lord William Richard Percy, Barrister I.T., 6. 17 May 1882. 

id. Lord Eustace Sutherland Campbell Percy, 6. 21 Mar. 1887. 

od. Lady Edith Eleanor Percy. 

Qd. Lady Margaret Percy. 

Id. Lady Victoria Alexandrina Percy. 

8d. Lady Mary Percy. 

9d. Lady Muriel Evelyn Nora Percy. 

2c. Lord Algernon Malcolm Arthur Percy, J.P., D.L., a Mil. A.D.C. to H.M. 
the King and Col. Comdg. 3rd Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers (Guy's Cliffe, War- 
wick), b. 2 Oct. 1851 ; m. 3 Aug. 1880, Lady Victoria Frederica Caroline, da. of 
William Henry (Edgcumbe), 4th Earl of Mount Edgcumbe [G.B.], P.O., G.C.V.O. ; 
and has issue Id to 2d- 

Id. Algernon William Percy, J. P., Lieut. 3rd Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers 
(Travellers' ; Bath, ere), 6. 29 Nov. 1884. 

2d. Katharine Louisa Victoria Percy, m. 15 Sept. 1904, Josceline Reginald 
Heber-Percy (see p. 68) (Chesford Grange, Kenilworth) ; and has issue \e to 2e. 

\e. David Josceline Algernon Heber-Percy, b. 10 June 1909. 

2e. Mary Katharine Victoria Heber-Percy. 

26. Lord Josceline William Percy, b. 17 July 181 1 ; d. 25 July 1881 ; m. 8 Aug. 
1848, Margaret, widow of the Right Hon. Sir Robert Grant, P.C, M.P., da. of Sir 
David Davidson of Cantry ; and had issue \c. 

lc. George Algernon Percy, formerly Lieut. -Col. Grenadier Guards, 6. 17 May 

36. Lady Margaret Percv, b. 16 May 1813 ; d. 15 Oct. 1897 ; m. 23 Sept. 1841, 
Edward Richard (Littleton), 2nd Baron H other ton [U.K.], d. 3 Ap. 1888; and had 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 187-188, Nos. 20969-20996 ; also the Essex Volume, 
.pp. 241-242, Nos. 30328-30364. 

2a. Right Rev. the Lord Hugh Percy, D.D., Lord Bishop of Carlisle, b/29 Jan. 
1784; d. 5 Feb. 1856; m. 1st, 19 May 1806, Mary, da. of the Most Rev. Charles 
Manner ■s-Sulton, Archbishop of Canterbury [D. of Rutland Coll. and a descendant 
of Anne (Plantagenet), Duchess of Exeter], d. 4 Sept. 1831 ; and had issue 16 to 76. 

[Nos. 757 to 809. 


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lb. Algernon Charles Percy, afterwards (R.L. 4 Feb. 1847) Heber-Percy of 
Hodnet Hall, co. Salop, and Airmyn Hall, co. York, J. P., b. 2d June 1812; d. 
24 Jan. 1901 ; m. 29 July 1839, Emily [descended paternally from Isabel (Planta- 
genet), Countess of Essex, and maternally from George (Planlagenet), Duke of 
Clarence, K.G., and his sister Anne, Duchess of Exeter], da- and h. of the Right 
Rev. Reginald Heber, Lord Bishop of Calcutta, d. 8 Nov. 1902 ; and had issue \c 
to lie. 

If. Algernon Heber-Percy of Hodnet and Airmyn, J. P., D.L., C.A., and High 
Sheriff (1908) co. Salop, (.'apt. and Hon. Major Shropshire Yeo. Cav. and 2nd 
Vol. Batt. Shropshire L.I., formerly Lieut. R.N. (Hodnet Hall, Salop: Airmyn 
Hall, Goolc, Yorks; Carlton, &c), b. 23 Feb. 1845; m. 25 Jan. 1867, Alice 
Charlotte Mary, da. and h. of the Rev. Frederick Vernon Lockwood [by his wife 
Mary Isabella, nee Percy, descended also from King Henry VII., Anne (Plantagenet), 
Duchess of Exeter, &c] ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Algernon Hugh Heber-Percy, formerly Lieut. Shropshire Yeo. Cav., b. 
13 July 1869; m. 15 July 1903, Gladys May, da. of William Edward Montagu 
Hulton-Harrop of Lythwood Hall, Shrewsbury ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Algernon George William Heber-Percy, b. 27 Ap. 1904. 

2e. Cyril Hugh Reginald Heber Percy, b. 18 Dec. 1905. 

3e. Alan Charles Heber-Percy, b. 4 May 1907. 

2d. Josceline Reginald Heber-Percy (Chesford Grange, Kenilworth, Warwick), 
b. 2 Sept. 1880 ; in. 15 Sept. 1904, Katharine Louisa Victoria, da. of Lord Algernon 
Percy (see above) ; and has issue. 

Seep. 67, Nos. 770-771. 

2c. Reginald Josceline Heber-Percy, Lieut.-Col. late 4th Batt. Rine Brigade 
(Chineham, Basingstoke), b. 2 May 1849; m. 28 Nov. 1894,Gundreda, da. of Hardy 
Eustace of Castlemore, co. Carlow. 

3c. Hugh Louis Heber-Percy, F.R.G.S. (Femey Hall, Ouibury, Salop), 
b.l Jan. 1853; m. 10 June 1899, Harriet, da. of Henry S. Earp of Dunstall, 

4c. Rev. Henry Vernon Heber-Percy, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of Leasingham 
(Leasingham Rectory, Sleaford), b. 16 Ap. 1858; m. 5 Oct. 1886, Judith Elizabeth, 
da. of Sir Vincent Rowland Corbet, 3rd Bt. [U.K.] ; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Neville Henry Heber-Percy, b. 6 Feb. 1890. 

2d. Hermione Constance Heber-Percy. 

3d. Aleen Judith Heber-Percy. 

id. Rachel Joan Heber-Percy. 

bd. Hilda Bridget Heber-Percy. 

5c. Alan William Heber-Percy, J.P. (Durweston, Blandford), b. 27 Mar. 1865 ; 
m. 8 Aug. 1893, the Hon. Susan Alice, da. of William Henry Berkeley (Portman), 
2nd Viscount Portman [U.K.] ; and has issue Id to 6d. 

Id. Hugh Alan Heber-Percy, b. 5 Dec. 1897. 

2d. Bryan Heber-Percy, b. 29 Nov. 1903. 

3d. Peter Heber-Percy, b. 3 Nov. 1908. 

id. Margaret Eleanor Heber-Percy. 

5d. Ida Mary Heber-Percy. 

Qd. Constance Emily Heber-Percy. 

6c. Ethel Cecilia Heber-Percy, m. 7 June 1870, the Hon. Alexander Frederic 
Hood (see p. 143) [V. Hood Coll.] (Airmyn Hall, Goole, Yorks); and has issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 18S, Nos. 21015-21019. 

7r. Agnes Katherine Heber-Percy. 

Sc. Maude Ellen Heber-Percy, in. 12 Aug. 1880, Col. Sir Edward Law Durand, 
1st Bart. [U.K.], C.B. (35 Ennismore Gardens, S.W.) ; and has issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 188, Nos. 21022-21028. [Nos. 810 to 847. 


of Cfte Bloot) i&opal 

9c. Gertrude Amelia Heber-Percy, m. 5 Sept. 1895, John James Hardy Rowland 
Eustace (Castlemore, co. Carlow) ; and has issue. 
See the Tudor Roll, p. 189, Nos. 21030-21033. 

10c. Evelyn Mary Heber-Percy, m. 16 July 1889, Francis Monckton (Strelton 
Hall, Stafford ; Somerford Hall, Brewood) ; and has issue. 
See the Tudor Roll, p. 189, Nos. 21035-21040. 

lie. Isabel Harriet Heber-Percy, m. 2 Sept. 1891, Andrew Greville Rouse- 
Boughton-Knight, J.P. [Bt. of Lawford (E. 1641) and of Downton (G.B. 1791) 
Coll.] (38 Norfolk Square, Hyde Park, W. ; Wormesley Grange, Hereford) ; and has 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 189, Nos. 21042-21044. 

26. Rev. Henry Percy, Rector of Greystoke, Canon of Carlisle, b. 5 June 1813 ; 
d. 6 Sept. 1870; m. 1 Feb. 1841, Emma Barbara, da. of Capt. Benjamin Baker 
Galbraith of Olderigg, Queen's Co., d. Nov. 1877 ; and had issue lc to 5c. 

lc. Alfred Percy, b. 5 May 1850; d. 20 Aug. 1907; m. Indly, 14 Feb. 1899, 
Marx (Burlington Street, North Walkerville, South Australia), da. of James Hyland ; 
and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Henry Percy, b. 13 Ap. 1901. 

2d. Mary Percy. 

2c. Edward Galbraith Henry Percy, b. 1854. 

3c. Josceline Hugh Percy, formerly Capt. 1st Vol. Brig. W. Div. R.A. (49 Talbot 
Road, Highgate, N.), b. July 1856; m. 12 Oct. 1892, Grace Anne, da. of Edward 
Percy Thompson (see p. 70) ; and has issue Id to id. 

Id. Henry Edward Percy, b. 6 Aug. 1893. 

2d. Josceline Richard Percy, b. 1894. 

3d. Margaret Percy. 

id. Constance Percy. 

4c. Elizabeth Mary Percy, m. 25 May 1871, the Rev. John Adams, for- 
merly Vicar of Offchurch (3 Reddington Road, Hampstead) ; and has issue Id 
to 6d. 

Id. Rev. Henry Theophilus Adams, Vicar of Newbold Pacey (Newbold Pacey 
Vicarage, Warwick), b. 1872 ; m. 1900, May, da. of Charles Chapman of Carlecotes 
Hall, York ; and has issue lc to 3c. 

le. John Simon Leslie Adams, b. 1901. 

2e. Hugh Adams, b. 1906. 

3c. Isabel Adams. 

2d. John Cadwallader Adams, formerly Lieut. R. M.L.I. (Junior Naval and 
Military), b. 1873. 

3d. Hugh Geoffrey Coker Adams, b. 1880; m. and has issue a da. 

Ad. Edward Josceline Percy Adams, b. 1888. 

5d. Elsie Emma Mary Adams, m. 1898, Thomas Owen Lloyd (The Priory, 
Warwick) ; and has issue. 

Qd. Kathleen Alice Georgina Adams, m. 1905, Fulwar Estoteville Skipwith, 
Lieut. Bombay, Baroda, and Central India Railway Vol. [Bt. of Prestwould 
(1622) Coll.]; and has issue lc to 2c. 

le. Grey Henry Skipwith, b. 1908. 

2c. Elizabeth Kathleen Skipwith. 

5c. Emma Annie Isabel Percy, m. 16 Ap. 1884, Herbert Cranstoun Adams, 
formerly Lieut.-Col. 1st Devonshire R.G.A. (Vol.), V.D. (Exmouih) ; and has issue 
Id to &d. 

Id. Henry Launcelot Elford Adams, b. 4 Mar. 1885. 

2d. John Percy Fitzherbert Adams, b. 16 Ap. 1891. [Xos. 848 to 886. 

69 K. 

€t)e fMantagenet i&oll 

3d. Alan St. George Adams, b. 23 Ap. 1894. 
id. Alice Barbara Adams. 
5d. Margaret Hyale Adams. 
6^. Norah Roberta Adams. 

3b. Hugh Josceline Percy of Eskrigg, co. Cumberland, J. P., D.L., b. 9 Dec. 
1817; d. 9 Feb. 1882; m. 24 Oct. 1859, Anne, da. of Joseph Story, d. 25 Mar. 
1904 ; and had issue \c to 2c. 

If. Edward Josceline Percy (Eskrigg, Wigton, Cumberland), b. 30 Nov. 1864; 
m. 23 Jan. 1907, Nellie, da. of John Jarvie. 

2c. Agnes Ellen Josceline Percy, m. 6 Sept. 1888, Frederic George Mather: 
and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Marjorie Helen Mather. 

2d. Phyllis Mather. 

4b. Mary Isabella Percy, b. 18 Feb. 1808; d. Mar. 1878; m. 21 July 1840, 
the Rev. Frederick Vernon Lockwood, Preb. of Canterbury, d. 1 July 1851 ; and has 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 190, Nos. 21073-21075. 

56. Lucy Percy, b. 28 Ap. 1811; d. /««. 1887; m. 13 Feb. 1832, Hoot 
William Askew of Glenridding and Conishead Priory, d. 1890 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 190, Nos. 21076-21093. 

Gb. Gertrude Percy, b. 30 Aug. 1814; d. 27 Ap. 1890; m. 12 July 1834, 
William Pitt (Amherst), 2nd Earl [U.K.] and 3rd Baron [G.B.] Amherst, d. 26 Mar. 
1886 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll. pp. 190-191, Nos. 21094-21113. 

7b. Ellen Percy, b. 7 Nov. 1815; d. 1899 ; m. 5 Ap. 1836, the Rev. Edward 
Thompson, d. 3 Ap. 1838 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 191, Nos. 21114-21121. 

3a. Lord Josceline Percy, C.B., Vice-Admiral R.N., b. (twin) 29 Jan. 1784; 
d. 19 Oct. 1856; m. 9 Dec. 1820. Sophia Elizabeth, da. of Moreton Walhouse of 
Hatherton, co. Stafford, d. 13 Dec. 1875 ; and had issue lb to 3b. 

lb. Sophia Louisa Percy, b. 24 Dec. 1821 ; d. 7 Nov. 1908 ; m. 7 July 1846, 
Col. Charles Bagot [B. Bagot Coll.], d. 20 Feb. 1881 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 191-192, Nos. 21123-21129. 

2b. Emily Percy, m. 17 July 1852, Gen. Sir Charles Lawrence D'Aguilar, 
G.C.B. (4 Clifton Crescent, Folkestone) ; and has issue lc. 

Ic. Emily Gertrude D'Aguilar. 

3b. Charlotte Alice Percy, m. 13 Ap. 1858, Edward Percy Thompson (16 St. 
Andrew's Road, Southsea) ; and has issue lc to 5c. 

lc. Henry Thompson, Lieut. R.N., b. 1864. 

2c. Alexander Maurice Thompson, b. 1869. 

3c. Grace Anne Thompson, m. 12 Oct. 1892, Capt. Josceline Hugh Percy 
(49 Talbot Road, Highbury, N.) ; and has issue. 

See p. 69, Nos. 896-899. 

4c. Gertrude Thompson. 

5c. Constance Thompson. 

4a. Lady Charlotte Percy, b. 3 June 1776; d. 26 Nov. 1862; m. as 2nd wife, 
25 Julv 1795, George (Ashburuham), 3rd Earl of Ashbumham [G.B.], K.G., d. 
27 Oct. 1830; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 192-94, Nos. 21141-21184. 

5a. Lady Emily Charlotte Percy, b. 9 Nov. 1786 ; d. 22 May 1877 ; m. 25 July 
1808, Andrew Mortimer Drummond [E. of Perth Coll.], d. 1 June 1864; and had 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 194-195, Nos. 21185-21229. [Nos. 887 to 1051. 


of Cl)e Blood iaopal 

12. Descendants of Lady Katherine Seymour (Table TIL), d. 9 Ap. 

1791 ; m. as 1st wife, 15(21) July 1708, Sir William 
Wyndham of Orchard Wyndham, 3rd Bart. [E.], b. c. 1687 ; 
d. 17 July 1740; and bad issue. 
See the Tudor Roll, Table L., &c, and pp. 263-292, Nos. 24402-25349. 

[Nos. 1052 to 1999. 

13. Descendants of Lady Elizabeth Percy (Table III.), b. 1 Dec. 

1636 ; d. 5 Feb. 1717 ; m. 19 May 1653, Arthur (Capel), 
1st Earl of Essex [E.], d. 13 July 1683 ; and had issue. 
See the Exeter Volume, Table XXVII., and pp. 374-386, Nos. 26747-28169. 

[Nos. 2000 to 3422. 

14. Descendants of Lady Dokothy Percy (Table ILL), bapt. 20 Aug- 

1598; d. 19 Aug. 1650; m. c. Jan. 1615, Robert (Sydney), 
2nd Earl of Leicester [E.], K.B., b. 1 Dec. 1595 ; d. 2 Nov. 
1677 ; and had issue. 
See the Essex Volume, Table VI., and pp. 88-102, Nos. 9363-13712. 

[Nos. 3423 to 7772. 

15. Descendants of William (Herbert), 1st [Duke and] Marquis 

of Powis [E.], K.G. (Table III.), b. c. 1617 ; d, 2 June 1696 ; 
m. 2 Aug. 1654, Lady Elizabeth, da. of Edward (Somerset), 
2nd Marquis of Worcester [E.], d. Mar. 1692 ; and had issue. 
See the Clarence Volume, Table XXXV., and pp. 382-392, Nos. 14421-15000. 

[Nos. 7773 to 8352. 

16. Descendants, if any, of the Hon. Katherine Herbert (Table 

III.), d. (-) ; m. 1st, Sir Robert Vaughan of Llwydiarth and 
Llangedwyn, co. Montgomery ; 2ndly, Sir James Palmer of 
Dorney Court, co. Bucks ; and had (with possibly other issue 
by 2nd husband) la. 1 

la. Eleanor Vaughan, da. and eventual h., d. (-) ; in. John Purcell of Nant- 
cribba, co. Montgomery, M.P., J.P-, living 1662 ; and had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. Mary Purcell, da. and co-h.,'d. ( - ) ; m. 1672, Edward Vaughan of Glanllyn ; 
and had issue Ic. 

If. Anne Vaughan of Llydiarth and Llangedwyn, d.s.p.s. 14 Mar. J748; m. 
as 1st wife, Sir Watkin Williams-Wyn, 3rd Bart. [E.], M.P. ; d. 23 Sept. 1749. 

'2b. Catherine Purcell, d. (- ) ; m. Sir John Copley. 

17. Descendants of Sir Henry Slingsby, 1st Bart. [E.] (Table IV.), b. 

14 Jan. 1602; d., being judicially murdered on Tower Hill, 
8 June 1658 ; m. 7 July 1631, the Hon. Barbara, da. of 
Thomas (Belasye), 1st Viscount Fauconberg 1 [E.], baj)t. 
11 Oct. 1609 ; d. 31 Dec. 1641 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table LXIL, and pp. 645-657, Nos. 55517-56278. 

[Nos. 8353 to 9114. 

1 Lloyd's " Sheriffs of Montgomeryshire," pp. 225, 489. 

Ct)e 0lantagenet i&oll 

18. Descendants, if any surviving, of Elizabeth Metcalfe (Table 

IV.), b. 1647, being aged 18 in 1665, and then unm. ; d. (-); 
m. John Lodge ; and had issue la to 2a. 

la. John Lodge of Ripon, d. 1789; m. 1755, Elizabeth, da. of Matthew 
Ellerton of London ; and had issue lb to 3b. 

lb. John Lodge, d. (?s.p.) 1801 ; m. Margaret, da. of the Rev. Richard Owen of 
Bodsilin, co. Carmarthen. 

2b. Francis Lodge, d. (? s.p.) 1826. 

3b. Adam Lodge, d. 5 Ap. 1837; m. Mary, da. of the Rev. Richard Owen of 
Bodsilin afsd. ; and had issue (with a son, Richard Owen, d. young) lc to 3c. 

Ic. John Lodge, afterwards Ellerton, of Bodsilin, d. (?s.p.); m. 24 Aug. 1837, 
Lady Henrietta Barbara [descended from the Lady Anne Plantagenet (see the Exeter 
Volume, p. 633), widow of the Rev. Frederick Manners-Stilton, da. of John (Lumley- 
Savile), 1th Earl of Scarborough [£.], d. 27 July 1864. 

2c. Adam Lodge, Bar.-at-Law, M.T., d. (? s.p.). 

3c. Mary Catherine Lodge, d. (?s.p.); m. T. G. Hindle of Woodfold Park, co. 

2a. Francis Lodge, m. ( ). 

19. Descendants of Thomas Robinson of York, Turkey Merchant 

(Table VI.), bur. 16 July 1678 ; m. 31 Dec. 1654, Elizabeth, 
da. of Charles Tancred of Arden, co. York, bur. 15 May 1664 
and had issue la to 3a. 

la. Sir William Robinson of Newby, 1st Bt. [G.B.], M.P., b. c. 1656; d 
22 Dec. 1736; m. 8 Sept. 1679, Mary, da. of George Aislabie of Studley Royal 
co. York ; and had issue lb to 4b. 

lb. Sir Metcaffe Robinson, 2nd Bt. [G.B.], b. c. 1683 : d. unm. 26 Dec. 1736. 

2b. Sir Tancred Robinson, 3rd Bt. [G.B.], Rear-Admiral R.N., b. c. 1685 ; d 
3 Sept. 1754; m. again 1713, Mary (see p. 73), da. of Rowland Norton of Dish 
forth, bur. 26 July 1748 ; and had issue lc to 4c. 

lc. Sir William Robinson, 4th Bt. [G.B.], b. 1713 ; d.s.p. 4 Mar. 1770. 

2c. Sir Norton Robinson, 5th Bt. [G.B.], b. 1715 ; d. unm. Feb. 1792. 

3c. Mary Robinson, b. c. 1716; d. 4 Ap. 1790; m. Thomas Peirse (or Pierce) 
of Pierseborough, co. York. 

4c. Margaret Robinson. 

3b. Thomas (Robinson), 1st Baron Grantham [G.B.], P.C., K.B., one of the 
Regents of the Realm, 1755, &c, b. c. 1693; d. 30 Sept. 1770; m. 13 July 1737, 
Frances [a descendant of the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV., &c.~\, da. of 
Thomas Worsley of Hovingham, co. York, bur. 6 Nov. 1750 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 642-643, Nos. 54L66-54395. 

4b. Anne Robinson, d. 15 Jan. 1768; m. as 2nd wife, Thomas Worsley of 
Hovingham, co. York, b. 16 Nov. 1686 ; bur. 2 Mar. 1750 ; and had issue lc. 

lc. Anne Worsley, d. 1765 ; m. in or before 1756, William Bastard of Kitley, 
co. Devon, who was gazetted a Baronet [G.B.], 4 or 24 Sept. 1779, but took no steps 
to obtain the Patent? b. 1 Sept. 1727 ; d. 1782 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. John Pollexfen Bastard of Kitley, M.P., Col. Devon Militia, d.s.p. (at 
Leghorn) 4 Ap. 1816. [Nos. 9115 to 9344. 

1 Burke's " Royal Descents and Pedigrees of Founder's Kin," p. 75, and 
Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees," under Metcalfe. 

2 See G. E. C.'s "Complete Baronetage." 


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2d. Edmund Bastard of Kitley, M.P., Lieut -Col. Devon Militia, b. 7 Feb. 
1758 ; d. (a./ Sharpham) June 1816 ; m. Jane, da. and h. of Capt. Philemon Pownall 
of Sharpham, co. Devon, d. (at Exmouth) 7 Mar. 1822 ; and had issue le to 3\ 

\e. Edmund Pollexfen Bastard of Kitley, M.P., b. 12 July 1784; d. 8 June 
1838; m. 22 Jan. 1824, the Hon. Anne Jane, da. of George (Rodney), 2nd Baron 
Rodney [G.B.], d. 25 Ap. 1833 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 202-203, Nos. 3998-4019. 

2e John Bastard of Sharpham, M.P., Capt. R.N., b. 1787 ; d. 11 Jan. 1835 ; 
m. 7 Oct. 1817, Frances, da. and co-h. of Benjamin Wade of the Grange, co. York, 
d. 23 May 1870 ; and had issue (with 2 sons who d.s.p.) 1/ to 2/. 

If. John Pownall Bastard of Sharpham, a Capt. in the Army, b. June 1818 ; 
d. 14 Nov. 1886 ; m. 10 Nov. 1841, Anne Esther, da. of Jacob L. Ricardo, d. 14 June 
1889 ; and had issue (with an elder son who died young) \g to 2g. 

\g. John Algernon Bastard, b. Oct. 1844; d. 20 Nov. 1908; m. 2 Sept. 1879, 
Olivia Gertrude Louisa, da. of Gen. E. S. Claremont, C.B. ; and had issue \h to 2h. 

\h. Reginald Bastard, Lincolnshire Regt., b. 2 Oct. 1880. 

2h. Violet Lilian Bastard, b. 13 Mar. 1884. 

2g. Emmeline Laura Bastard, m. 1st, as 2nd wife, 26 June 1873, Horace (Pitt), 
6th Baron Rivers [U.K.], d.s.p. 31 Mar. 1880; 2ndly, 2 July 1881, Montague 
George Thorokl, late R.N. [second son of Sir John Charles Thorold, 11th Bt. (see 
p. 310)] (Honington Hall, Grantham; 1 Abbot's Court, Kensington Square, W .). 

2f. Frances Bastard, V.A., Bedchamber-Woman to Queen Victoria, d. 11 Ap. 
1902 ; m. 2 July 1850, William Frederick Waldegrav:, Viscount Chewton [s. and h. 
of 8th Earl Waldegrave [G.B.], C.B.], d. of wounds received at the Alma, 7 Oct. 1854 ; 
and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 179, Nos. 6402-6413. 

3e. Rev. Philemon Pownall Bastard, d. (?s./>.); m. Mary, da. of Mr. Justice 

2a. T ancred Robinson, M.D., second son in 1665 ; d. (-) ; m. Alathea, da. of 

( ) Morley ; and had issue lb. 

lb. William Robinson, d. (-) ; m. Dorothy, da. of Dr. Cook of Derby. 1 

3a. Margaret Robinson, d. (-) ; m. Rowland Norton of Dishforth, co. York, d. 
( - ) ; and had issue lb. 

lb. Mary Norton, bur. 26 July 1748; m. c. 1713, Sir T ancred Robinson, 3rd 
Bt. [G.B.], Rear-Admiral R.N., d. 3 Sept. 1754 ; and had issue. 

See p. 72. [Nos. 9345 to 9381. 

20. Descendants of Elizabeth Robinson (Table IV.), d. (-); m. 

Philip Rycot, East India Merchant. 

21. Descendants, if any surviving, of xMaruaret Robinson (Table 

IV.), living a widow 1698; m. (settlements dated 15 Aug.) 
1653, William Weddell of Earswick, co. York, Lord of the 
Manor of Wigginton, b. c. 1634; will dated 28 May 1676; 
and had issue la to 3a. 2 

la. Margaret Weddell, da. and in her issue co-h., d. (-) ; m. Alexus Elcock of 
York, Merchant, bur. 22 Ap. 1700; and had issue, who took the name of Weddell 
and became extinct sometime after Ap. 1792. 

1 Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees." 

2 Whitaker's " Richmond," ii. 122. 


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2a. Dorothy Weddell, da. and in her issue co-h., d. (-); m. 3 May 1688, 
Joseph Tomlinson of York, living 1712 ; and had issue lb. 

lb. Frances Tomlinson, da. and whose issue, if surviving after 1792, became h., 
b. c. 1699; d. 12 June 1751 ; m. Major Charles Weddell, b. c. 1691 ; d. 1768; and 
had issue \c. 

Ic. Thomas Weddell of York, d. ( - ) ; m. 1777, Jane, da. of Henry Briggs of 
Pendleton, co. Lancaster. 

3a. Joan Weddell, d. ( -) ; m. ( — ) James ; and had issue. 

22. Descendants, if any surviving, of Frances Robinson (Table IV.), 

d. (-); m. Robert Belt of Overton, co. York, bapt. 2 May 
1637 ; bur. 26 Mar. 1667 ; and had issue la to 3a. 1 

la. Frances Belt, \ both b. before 13 Sept. 1665, named in father's will 

2a. Margaret Belt, ) 22 Mar. 1667. 

3a. Mary Belt, bapt. 5 Aug. 1667. 

23. Descendants, if any surviving, of Walter Bethell of Ellerton, 

co. York (Table V.), bapt. 28 July 1629 ; living, aged 37, 
9 Sept. 1665 ; m. 1st, 10 Mar. 1650, Ann, widow of (— ) 
Savile of Copley, da. of Sir George Palmes of Naburn, bur. 
22 Mar. 1653; 2ndly, 29 Jan. 1656, Mary (? Anne), da. of 
Peter Vavasour of Spalding Moor, bur. 23 Dec. 1659 ; and 
had issue la to 2a. 2 

la. 1 Hugh Bethell, b. 1658, living, aged 7, 1665. 
2a. Mary Bethell (? bur. 21 Ap. 1687). 

24. Descendants of Bethell Robinson of Buckton, co. York, Solicitor 

(Table V.), bapt. 24 Jan. 1684; bur. 1718; m. Mary, da. of 
Thomas Heseltine ; and had issue surviving in 1874. 3 

25. Descendants of Lucy Bethell (Table V.), d. (-); m, John 

Mottram of Bishop Dyke Hall, Kirk Fenton, co. York, who 
was living and aged 36, 21 Mar. 1665 ; and had then 
issue 1«. 4 
la. Bethell Mottram, son and h., living and aged 6, 21 Mar. 1665. 

26. Descendants of Ursula Bethell (see Table V.), bapt. 13 Jan. 

1634 ; d, (-) ; m. John Palliser of Newby Wiske, 6. 1639 ; 
and had issue la to 4a. 

la. Thomas Palliser of Portobello and the Great Island, co. Wexford, High 
Sheriff 1700, b. 1661 ; d. 1756; m. Katherine, da. of (— ) Wogan ; and ha dissue 
16 to 2b. 

1 Dugdale's " Visitation of Yorkshire," 1665, with additions by J. W. Clay, 
F.S.A. The Genealogist, N.S., xvi. 171. 

2 Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees." 3 Ibid. 
4 Dugdale's " Visitation of Yorkshire." 


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16. William Palliser, b. 24 /w«e 1699 ; d.v.p. before Nov. 1756 ; m. Mary, da. 
of Philip Savage of Kilgibbon ; and had issue lc. 1 

lc. Katherine Palliser of the Great Island, co. Wexford, da. and event, h., 
d. ( - ) ; m. John Wilson of Scan, d. ( - ) ; and had issue \d to 2d. 

Id. Christian Wilson of Scarr, d. (-) ; m. Elizabeth, da. of Matthew Redmond 
of Kilgowan, co. Wexford ; and had issue le to 2e. 

\e. John Wilson of Scarr, d.s.p.m. 

2e. Matthew Wilson, afterwards Palliser of the Great Island, d. (-); m. 
12 Aug. 1812, Jane, da. of Christian Wilson of Sledagh, d. (-) ; and had issue 
1/ to If 

If. Christian Palliser of Begerin, J. P., d. (-); m. Mary, da. of Rudolphus 
William Ryan, Crown Prosecutor for co. Wexford ; and had issue \g. 

\g. [da.] Palliser, b. 27 June 1877. 

2/. Rev. Matthew Palliser, Rector of White Church, m. 1855, Sophia, da. of 
the Rev. Thomas Ottiwell Moore, Rector of Leskinfere, d. 18 Ap. 1856; and had 
issue Ig. 

lg. Frederick Palliser, b. Ap. 1856. 

2d. Anne Wilson, d. (-); m. as 1st wife, 1 Feb. 1785, Richard Waddy of 
Cloughheast Castle, co. Wexford, M.D., b. 13 Ap. 1758; d. 21 July 1819; and had 
issue le. 2 

\e. Frances Waddy, b. 1789. 

2b. Juliana Hyde Palliser, d. (-); m. 12 Ap. 1732, Capt. John Orfeur, 
d. (-) ; and had issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Dorothea Orfeur, d. (-) ; m. (— ) Weston. 

2c. Mary Orfeur, d. (-); m. George Robinson Walters (see below), Capt. 
R.N., d. 9 Dec. 1789 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Sir Hugh Palliser Walters, afterwards (R.L. 13 Dec. 1798) Palliser, 2nd 
Bart. [G.B.], b. 27 Oct. 1768 ; d. (at Troyes) 17 Nov. 1813 ; m. 18 Jan. 1790, Mary, 
da. and co-h. of John Yates of Oldham, co. Essex, d. 5 Aug. 1823 ; and had issue 
le to 2e. 

le. Sir Hugh Palliser, 3rd and last Bart. [G.B.], b. 8 Mar. 1796 ; d. (unm.) 
3 Aug. 1868. 

2e. Mary Jane Palliser, d. Oct. 1881 ; m. 1st, 16 Ap. 1822, William Lockhart 
of Gormiston, co. Lanark, d. (-) ; 2ndly, 11 May 1848, John Manley Arbuthnot, 
Lord Keane, d.s.p. 

2d. Alice Walters, d. (-); m. John Clough of York. 

3d. Ursula Walters, d. ( - ) ; m. John Fletcher. 

3c. Catherine Hyde Orfeur, d. 1814 ; m. Matthew Cavendish of Graigue, d. 1819 ; 
and had (with other) issue Id. 

Id. James Gordon Cavendish, m. Ann, da. of Odiarne Coates of Green Court, 
co. Herts ; and had issue. 

2a. Hugh Palliser of North Deighton, co. York, a Capt in the Army, b. 1663 ; 
d. ( - ) ; in. Mary, da. of Humphrey Robinson of Thicket Priory, co. York ; and had 
issue lb to 26. 

16. Sir Hugh Palliser, 1st Bart. [G.B.], so cr. 6 Aug. 1773 with a spec, rem., 
M.P., b. 26 Feb. 1723 ; d. unm. 18 Mar. 1796. 

26. Rebecca Palliser, d. (-); m. Major William Walters, d. 28 Feb. 1789; 
and had issue lc. 

lc. George Robinson Walters, Capt. R.N.,d. 9 Dec. 1789 ; m. Mary (see above), 
da. and co-h. of Capt. John Orfeur ; and had issue. 

[Nos. 3982 to 3984. 

1 Burke's " Landed Gentry of Ireland," 1904. 

2 Burke's " Landed Gentry," 7th ed. 1886, ii. 1901. 


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3a. Walter Palliser of North Deighton. d. (-); m. Elizabeth, da. of (—) 
Sterne; and had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. Rev. Walter Palliser, Rector of Stokenham, and Vicar of Great Drayton and 
Askham, co. Notts, d. 1778. 

2b. Alice Palliser, d. ( - ) ; m. Robert Cooper. 

4a. Frances Palliser, living 1665. 1 

27. Descendants, if any, of Frances Bethell (Table V.), d. (-); 

m. 8 Feb. 1674, Henry Bellingham ; and of her sister 

28. Descendants, if any, of Slingsby Bethell, Merchant and Sheriff 

of London (Table V.), bapt. 27 Feb. 1617 ; d. (-); m. Mary, 
da. of ( ) Burrell of co. Hunts. 

29. Descendants of Sir William Codrington, 2nd Baronet [G.B.], P. C, 

M.P. (Table V.), b. 26 Oct. 1719; d. 11 Mar. 1792; m. 22 
Feb. 1736, Anne, da. of ( — ) Acton of Fulham, d. Sept. or 
Nov. 1778 ; and had issue 1« to 2a. 

la. Sir William Codrington, 3rd Bt. [G.B.], b. c. 1737; d. (at Rennes) 5 Sept. 
1816; m. Indly or 3rdly,' 2 1804, Eleanor, da. of Godfrey Kirke of London, d. (at 
Rennes) 13 Feb. 1816 ; and had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. Sir William Raymond Codrington, ith Bart. [G.B.], b. (at Rennes) 25 Jan. 
1805 ; d. (at the Chateau de la Boullaye, Brittany) 17 Dec. 1873 ; m. (at St. Servcnd 
Bosc, Ille et Vilaine) 20 May 1828, Anne Mary, da. of Joseph Raphael Agrippin Le 
Fer de Bonaban of Bonaban, near St. Malo, d. 27 Oct. 1876 ; and had issue le to 4c. 

\c. Sir William Mary Joseph Codrington, 5th Bt. [G.B.], b. (at St. Malo) 
13 Mar. 1829; d. (at Rennes) 1 Mar. 1904; in. 12 Ap. 1856, Mary (Chateau de la 
Boullaye, near Montfort, Brittany), da. of Robert Roskell of Park House, Fulham ; 
and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Sir William Robert Codrington of Dodington, 6th Bt. [G.B.], Capt. and 
Brevet-Major, late 11th Hussars (Standerton, Transvaal), b. 18 Ap. 1867; m. 
25 Ap. 1903, Joan, da. of Henry Adams Rogers of Johannesburg ; and has issue 
le to 2e. 

le. William Richard Codrington, b. 22 Ap. 1904. 

2e. Frank Christopher Codrington, b. 8 May 1908. 

2d. George Raimond Codrington, b. 14 Aug. 1868. 

3d. Alexander Joseph Codrington, b. 9 Aug. 1870; m. 24 July 1905, Mary, da. 
of Nicholas Roskell of 2 Warwick Gardens, Kensington. 

2c. Nancy Mary Codrington, d. (-) ; m. 29 Jan. 1856, Alexandre Amanry de 
La Moussave, — th (17 — ) and 3rd (1819) Marquis of La Moussaye [F.], b. (at La 
Poterie) l&Se-pt. 1820: d.s.p. 

3c. Emilia Mary Caroline Codrington, d. (-); m. 29 July 1861, Lieut.-Col. 
James Pollock Gore, late 1st Royals. 

4c. Sophia Mary Codrington, d. (-) ; m. 2 June 1857, Gustave Bernard de La 
Gatinais of Valle, near Lamballe- 

2b. Mary Anne Eleanor Codrington, d. 1834; m. 1826, Charles Magon, an 
Officer Qth Hussars, in the French Army. 

2a. Mary Codrington, d. ( - ) ; m. George Bernard. [Nos. 9385 to 9389. 

1 Dugdale's "Visitation of Yorkshire," 1665. Surtees Soc. Pub., xxxvi. 94. 

2 See G. E. C.'s "Complete Baronetage," v. 55, note b. 

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30. Descendants of Edward Codrington of London, Merchant (Table 
V.), b. 22 June 1732; d. (at Dijon) Feb. 1775; m. 4 May 
1759, Eebecca, da. of ( — ) Le Sturgeon, d. 1770 ; and had 
issue la to 3a. 

la. Sir Christopher Codrington, afterwards (R.L. 17 Nov. 1795) Bethell- 
Codrington, styled ith Bt. [G.B.], 1 M.P., b. Oct. 1764 ; d. 4 Feb. 1843; m. 16 Aug. 
1796, the Hon. Caroline Georgiana Harriet, da. of Thomas (Foley), 2nd Baron Foley 
[G.B.], d. 1 Jan. 1843 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 354-355, Nos. 11571-11594. 

2a. Sir Edward Codrington, G.C.B., M.P., Admiral of the Red, d. 28 Ap. 1851 ; 
m. 27 Dec. 1802, Jane, da. of Jaspar Hall of Otlerburn, Hexham, d. 21 Jan. 1837 ; 
and had issue lb to 3b. 

lb. Sir William John Codrington, G.C.B., M.P., Gin. and Com. -in-Chief of the 
British Forces in the Crimea, 1855, &c, b. 26 Nov. 1804; d. 6 Aug. 1884; m. 
7 May 1836, Mary, V.A., Bedchamber Woman to Queen Victoria, da. of Levi Ames 
of the Hyde, Herts, d. 28 June 1898 ; and had issue le to 3c. 

If. Alfred Edward Codrington, C.V.O., C.B., Major-Gen. Comdg. 1st London 
Div. Territorial Force, formerly Comd^. Coldstream Guards (Preston Hall, Upping- 
ham ; 110 Eaton Square, S.W.), b. 4"May 1854; m. 20 May 1885, Adela Harriet, 
da. of Melville Portal of Laverstoke, co. Hants ; and has issue Id to id- 
Id. Geoffrey Ronald Codrington, Lieut. Leicestershire Imp. Yeo., b. 13 May 1888. 

2d. William Melville Codrington, b. 16 Dec. 1892. 

3d. John Alfred Codrington, b. 28 Oct. 1898. 

id. Mary Adela Codrington. 

2c. Jane Emily Codrington, m. 13 Sept. 1867, Sir Robert Uniacke-Penrose- 
FitzGerald, 1st Bt. [U.K.], J.P., D.L., formerly M.P. (Corkbeg Island, Whitegate, 
co. Cork ; 35 Grosvenor Road, S.W.). 

3c. Mary Codrington (2 Lowndes Square, S.W.), m. 21 July 1864, Major-Gen. 
William Earle, C.B., C.S.I. [Bt. of Allerton (1869) Coll.], b. 18 May 1833; d. (being 
killed at Kirbekan, Soudan) 10 Feb. 1885; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Rachel Mary Earle. 

2d. Grace Elizabeth Earle, m. 19 Ap. 1893, John Russell Villiers [E. of Clar- 
endon Coll.] (49 Hans Place, S.W.); and has issue 1? to ie. 

le. Arthur Henry Villiers, b. 27 Mar. 1894. 

2e. William Earle Villiers, b. 6 Jan. 1897. 

3e. John Michael Villiers, b. 22 Oct. 1899. 

ie. Richard Montague Villiers, b. 10 Sept. 1905. 

2b. Sir Henry John Codrington, K.C.B., Aim. of the Fleet, b. 17 Oct. 1808; 
d. 4 Aug. 1877 ; m. Is*, 9 Ap. 1849, Helen Jane, da. of C. Webb Smith of Florence, 
d. 1876 ; and had issue le to 2c. 

If. Anne Jane Codrington, m. 12 Jan. 1882, Henry Stormont (Finch-Hatton), 
13th Earl of Winchilsea and 8th Earl of Nottingham [E.], &c. [also a descendant of 
King Edward III. through Mortimer-Percy (see p. 129)] (Harlech, co. Merioneth) ; 
and has issue Id to 3^. 

Id. Guy Montagu George Finch-Hatton, Viscount Maidstone, Lieut. Royal 
East Kent Yeo., b. 28 May 1885. 

2d. Hon. Denys George Finch-Hatton, b. 24 Ap. 1887. 

3d. Lady Gladys Margaret Finch-Hatton. 

2c. Ellen Codrington, m. 27 July 1878, Sir John Roche Dasent, C.B. (26 
Elvaston Place, S.W. ; Montrose House, St. Vincent, W.I.) ; and has issue 
Id to 2d. [Nos. 9390 to 9431. 

1 He and his son assumed the baronetcy under the assumption that the 3rd 
Bart, had d.s.p.l. See G. E. C.'s " Complete Baronetage," v. 56. 

77 L 

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Id. Manuel Dasent, Lieut. R.N., b. 13 May 1879. 
2d. Walter Dasent, Lieut. R.N., b. 15 Nov. 1880. 

3b. Jane Barbara Codrington, d. 3 Ap. 1884; m. Capt. Sir Thomas Bourchier, 
R.N., K.C.B. 

3a. Caroline Codrington, d. (-); m. 28 Dec. 1797, Joseph Lyons (Walrond), 
ftth Marquis of Vallado [Spain], &c, of Antigua and Dulford House, co. Devon, 
b. 1752; d. 13 Jan. 1815; and had issue lb to lb. 

lb. Lyons (Walrond), 1th Marquis of Vallado [Spain], b. 21 Ap. 1800; d. 
(unm.) 21 May 1819. 

lb. Bethell (Walrond), 8th Marquis of Vallado [Spain] and a co-h. to the Barony 
of Welles [£.], M.P., J.P., D.L., b. 10 Aug. 1802 ; d. 1876 ; m. 10 Nov. 1829, Lady 
Janet, da. of James (St. Clair), 2nd Earl of Rosslyn [U.K.], G.C.B., d. Nov. 1880; 
and had issue Ic. 

Ic. Henry (Walrond), 9th Marquis of Vallado and a Grandee of the 1st Class 
[Spain] and a co-h. to the Barony of Welles [E.], J. P., late Lieut. -Col. and Hon. 
Col. 4th Batt. Devon Regt. (21 Bloomfield Street, W.), b. 9 Nov. 1841; m. 1861, 
Caroline Maud, da. of William John Clarke of Buckland Tous-saints, co. Devon, 
J. P., D.L. ; and has issue Id to 10<f. 

Id. Henry Humphrev Walrond, B.A. (Oxon.) (28 Pennsylvania Road, Exeter), b. 
14 July 1862; m. 31 July 1901, Gertrude Gordon, da. of Col. Sir Stephen Hill, 
G.C.M.G., C.B., s.p. 

2d. Ernest Adolphus Walrond, b. 22 Oct. 1863; m. Oct. 1894, Fannie Jnne 
Helen, da. of William Helm of Fresno, California ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Ernest Henry Walrond, b. 31 July 1896. 

2e. George Osmund Walrond, b. 25 Aug. 1898. 

3e. Frank Helm Walrond, b. 25 Oct. 1895. 

3d. Francis Arthur Walrond (50 Addison Gardens, IF.), b. 8 Feb. 1866; m. 
24 Ap. 1895, Muriel Gwendoline, da, of Frederick J. Methwold of Thorne Court, 
Bury St. Edmunds, J. P., F.S.A. ; and has issue le to ie. 

le. Henry Humphrey Richard Methwold Walrond, b. Oct. 1904. 

2e. Beryl Methwold Walrond, b. 13 Feb. 1896. 

3e. Irene Fay Methwold Walrond, b. 4 July 1897. 

Ae. Muriel Joan Methwold Walrond, 6. 11 Nov. 1898. 

id. Herbert William James Walrond, b. 9 Aug. 1868 ; unm. 

5d. Conrad Montague Walrond, b. 16 Aug. 1869 ; m. 3 Aug. 1908, Kate 
Dalrymple, da. of F. Woollven of Glasgow. 

6d. George Stewart Basil Walrond, b. 15 May 1876; m. 23 Dec. 1903, Mabel, 
da. of the Rev. W. H. Bloxame, M.A. 

Id. Edith Maud Walrond, m. 6 July 1887, the Rev. Charles Francis Long Sweet, 
M.A., Vicar of Stourpane (Slcurpane Vicarage, Dorset); and has issue le to 3e. 

le. George Charles Walrond Sweet, b. 4 Dec. 1889. 

2e. Leonard Herbert Walrond Sweet, b. 15 June 1893. 

3e. Dorothy Maud Walrond Sweet, b. 7 Oct. 1891. 

Sd. Beatrice Paulina Mabel Walrond, m. 28 Nov. 1900, Charles Christopher 
Davie (see Supplements (21 Selbome Road, Hove) ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Paul Christopher Davie, b. (?) 31 Sept. 1901. 

2e. Ethel Margery Davie, b. July 1904. 

9d. Kate Gwendoline Walrond, m. 7 Oct. 1903, William Hatton Stansfeld {The 
Larches, Iver Heath, Bucks), s.p. 

lOd. Sybil Mary Walrond, m. 16 June 1903, Edward Frank Lumley Hopkins; 
and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Writh Sybil Annette Hopkins, b. 4 Dec. 1904. 

2e. Sylvia Gwendoline Alice Hopkins, b. 6 July 1906. 

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31. Descendants of Bridget Codrington (Table V.), d. ( - ) ; m. 1747, 

the Right Hon. William Dowdeswell (see p. 503) of Pull 
Court, co. Worcester, P.O., M.P., Chancellor of the Exchequer 
1765-66, d. (at Nice) 6 Feb. 1775 ; and had issue (with 9 
others who d.s.p.) la to 2a. 

la. John Edmund Dowdeswell of Pull Court, M.P., Recorder of Tewkesbury 
1798-1833, and a Master in Chancery 1820-50; b. 3 Mar. 1772 ; d. 11 Nov. 1851 ; 
m. 4 Sept. 1800, Carolina, da. of Charles Brietzcke, d. 6 May 1845 ; and had issue 
lb to 2b. 

\b. William Dowdeswell of Pull Court, M.P., J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. 
Worcester 1855, b. 18 Oct. 1804 ; d. G Feb. 1887 ; m. 19 Mar. 1839, Amelia Letitia, 
da. of Robert Graham of Cossington House, co. Somerset, d. 24 Jan. 1900 ; and had 
issue Ic to 1c. 

\c. William Edward Dowdeswell of Pull Court, M.P., b. 13 June 1841 ; d.s.p. 
12 July 1893. 

2c. Rev. Edmund Richard Dowdeswell of Pull Court, M.A. (Oxon.), formerly 
(1881-98) Vicar of Bushley {Pull Court, Tewkesbury), b. 14 Jan. 1845 ; unm. 

2b. Catharine Dowdeswell, b. 8 Sept. 1801 ; d. 5 Aug. 1878; m. 10 Jan. 1833, 
Richard Beauvoir Berens of Kevington, co. Kent, d. 25 Feb. 1859; and had issue \c 
to 2c. 

lc. Richard Berens of Kevington, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Kent 1893 
(Kevington, St. Mary Cray, Kent), b. 15 Mar. 1834; m. 13 June I860, Fanny 
Georgina, da. of Alexander Atherton Park, Master of the Court of Common 

2c. Catharine Frances Carolina Berens, d. 4 Oct. 1892; m. Aug. 1880, Lieut. - 
Col. Grant, late Rifle Brigade. 

2a. Elizabeth Dowdeswell, d. 21 Oct. 1830; m. 24 June 1777, Sir William 
Weller Pepys, 1st Bart. [U.K.], a Master in Chancery, b. 1 Jan. 1741 ; d. 2 June 
1825 ; and had issue lb to 3b. 

lb. Charles Christopher (Pepys), 1st Earl of Cottenham [U.K.], Lord High 
Chancellor of Great Britain, b. 29 Ap. 1781 ; d. 29 Ap. 1851 ; m. 30 June 1821, 
Caroline Elizabeth, da. of William Wingfield Baker [by his wife , Lady Charlotte 
Maria, nee Digby], b. 6 Ap. 1868 ; and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, pp. 163-164, Nos. 20495-20541. 

2b. Right Rev. Henrv Pepvs, D.D., Lord Bishop of Worcester (1841-60), b. 
18 Ap. 1783; d. 13 Nov. 1860; m. 27 Jan. 1824, Maria, da, of the Right Hon. 
John Sullivan [by his wife, Lady Harriet, nee Hobart], d. 17 June 1885 ; and had 

See the Clarence Volume, p. 595, Nos. 26139-26185. 

36. Isabella Sophia Pepys, d. 21 Ap. 1870 ; m. 12 Jan. 1813, the Rev. Tlwmas 
Whateley, Rector of Chetwynd, Salop ; d. 10 May 1864; and had (with possibly 
other) issue lc. 

lc. Arthur Whateley (4 Southwick Crescent, Hvde Park, W.). 

[Nos. 9460 to 9556. 

32. Descendants of Jane Turner of Kirk Leatham, co. York (Table 

VI.), d. (-) ; m. 1745, Philip William Casimir van 
Straubenzee, Capt. Dutch Guards, d. 1765 ; and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, Exeter Supplement, pp. 640-642, Nos. 52020 1-58. 

[Nos. 9557 to 9614. 


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33. Descendants, if any surviving, of Elizabeth Marwood (Table 

VI.), bapt. 7 Mar. 1G66 ; d. 26 Mar. 1726; m. 7 May 1685, 
John Pierce of Lazenby Hall [son and h. of Richard Pierce of 
Hutton Bonville], co. York, d. 5 Oct. 1694 ; and had issue. 1 

34. Descendants of Barp.aua Marwood (Table VI.), living 1679 ; m. 

1st, Sir Thomas Hebblethwaite of Norton, co. York, M.P., 
bapt. 19 June 1628 ; bur. 21 June 1668 ; 2 2ndly, as 2nd wife, 
Sir Francis Cobb of Ottringham ; 3 and had issue la to 8a. 

la. James Hebblethwaite, b. c. 1652; bur. 10 Dec. 1729; m. Bridget, da. of 
Sir William Cobb of Ottringham, d. 13 June 1720 ; and had issue lb to 36. 

lb. Frances Hebblethwaite, da. and co-h., b. c. 1677 ; d. 1 Ap. 1720; m. 8 Ap 
1703, Sir Francis Boynton of Burton Agnes, 4th Bt. [£.], M.P., bapt. 17 Nov. 
1677 ; d. 16 Sept. 1739 ; and had issue Ic to 3c. 

Ic. Sir Griffith Boynton, 5th Bt. [£.], b. 24 May 1712; d. 18 Oct. 1761 ; m 
5 Ap. 1742, Anne or Amy, da. of Thomas White of Walling Wells, co. Notts, M.P. 
d. 27 Feb. 1745 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Sir Griffith Boynton, M Bt. [£.], M.P., F.S.A., b. 22 Feb. 1745; d 
6/12 Jan. 1778; m. 1 Aug. 1768, Mary, da. of James Hebblethwaite of Norton and 
Bridlington [Indly, 24 July 1798, George John Parkhurst of Hutton Ambro, co 
York, and Catesby Abbey, co. Northants, by whom, who d. June 1823, she had also 
issue and], d. 13 May 1815 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 547-549, Nos. 49541-49587. 

•2c. Francis Boynton of Otleringham, b. 10 Jan. 1718; d. (-); m. 26 July 
1762, Charlotte, da. of Sir Warton Pennyman-Warton, 5th Bt. [E.]; and had 
issue Id. 

Id. Francis Boynton, b. 27 Ap. 1764; bur. 9 Oct. 1816; m. at York before 
1785 ; and had issue a son and a da-* 

3c. Constance Boynton, b. 15 Feb. 1704; bur. 9 Dec. 1785; m. 28 Ap. 1741, 
Ralph hutton of Knapton, co. York. 

lb. Bridget Hebblethwaite, da. and co-h., bapt. 6 Jan. 1686 ; bur. 26 Aug. 1720 ; 
m. ( ) Bushell. 

36. Barbara Hebblethwaite, da. and co-h., bapt. 11 May 1695; d. (-); m. 
( ) Cariwright of Malton. 

2a. Thomas Hebblethwaite, bapt. 2 Oct. 1657. 

3a. Charles Hebblethwaite, bapt. 20 Aug. 1660 ; bur. 11 Feb. 1727 ; m. Margaret, 
da. of William St. Quintin of Muston [son and h.-app. of 2nd Bt. [E.] ], bur. 19 June 
1723 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 547-549, Nos. 49541-49587. 

4a. Mountayne Hebblethwaite, bapt. [at Norton) 11 Aug. 1662. 

5a. Frances Hebblethwaite. 

6a. Barbara Hebblethwaite, d. 15 July 1735 ; will as of Swanboume, co. Bucks, 
widow, prov. by son-in-law, the Rev. Benjamin Reynolds ; m. the Rev. Thomas 
Gataker, Rector of Hoggerston, co. Bucks, bapt. 8 Oct. 1650; d. 10 Nov. 1701 ; and 
has issue lb to lb. [Nos. 9615 to 9708. 

1 Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees." 

" Dugdale's " Visitation of Yorkshire," 1666, ed. by J. W. Clay, F.S.A. The 
Genealogist, N.S., xiv. 48. 

3 Presumably the Sir Francis Cobb of Ottringham, aged 60, 15 Sept. 1666. 
See Dugdale's " Visitation of Yorkshire," 1666, Surtees Soc. Pub., xxxvi. 332 ; but 
this marriage is not noted there. 

4 Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees." 


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16. Rev. Edward Gataker, Rector of Mursley-cum-Salden, co. Bucks, b. 24 Jan. 
1684; d. 16 Sept. 1729; m. Elizabeth, da. of {—), d. 24 Oct. 1781, in 87th year ; 
bur. in St. Andrews, Hertford ; and had issue (with 5 others) \c to 2c. 

Ic. Thomas Gataker, Surgeon Extraordinary to George III., d. 17 Nov. 1768; 
m. Anne, da. of Thomas Hill of Court of Hill, co. Salop, d. 22 July 1797 ; and had 
issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Thomas Gataker of Mildenhall, co. Suffolk, b. 1749 ; d. 16 Nov. 1841 ; m. 
Mary, da. of John Swale of Mildenhall, d. at Worlinglon 4 Nov. 1839, aged 92 ; and 
had issue (with a son d.s.p.) It'. 

le. George Gataker of Mildenhall, co. Suffolk, and White Knight's Park, co. 
Berks, J. P., D.L., b. 30 Mar. 1792; d. 30 Ap. 1872; m. 1st, 5 Nov. 1825, 
Elizabeth Harrison, da. of Thomas Wilkinson of Nether Hall, co. Suffolk, d. 1 Jan. 
1827; 2ndly, 29 Aug. 1829, Sophia Sarah, da. of Henry Samuel Partridge of 
Hockham Hall, d. 28 July 1861 ; and had issue (with a son and 2 das. d. unm.) 
1/ to 5/. 

1/. Melmoth William Gataker, late of Mildenhall, formerly I.S.O. (5 Marl- 
borough Street, Bath), b. 23 Jan. 1811 ; m. 30 Jan. 1873, Jemima, da. of Benjamin 
Wood of Long Newnton, co. Wilts ; and has issue lg to 2g. 

lg. Melmoth Leicester Swale Gataker (Branksome Manor, Bournemouth), b. 
4 Jan. 1874 ; m. 14 Feb. 1899, Annie Madeline, da. of George W. Young, of Brank- 
some Manor; and has issue \h to 2h. 

\h. Violet Louisa de Morel Gataker, b. 30 Ap. 1900. 

2h. Muriel Elaine Georgina Gataker, b. 19 Oct. 1904. 

2g. Reginald Henry Winchcombe Gataker (Boisdale, Wooroolin, Queensland), 
b. 8 June 1875; m. 26 Nov. 1904, Christian Esson, da. of George Gordon of Ellan- 
gowan, Banchory, co. Kincardine; and has issue \h to 2h. 

lh. Reginald Melmoth Gordon Gataker, b. 14 Sept. 1905. 

2h. Godfrey George Ormond Gataker, b. ( — ). 

2/. Charles Frederick Gataker (Mildeu, Maryborough, Queensland), b. 22 Ap. 
1843; m. 20 Sept. 1869, Fanny Gulliver, da. of William Barns of Maryborough, 
afsd. ; and has issue lg to 5g. 

lg. Melmoth Leofric Gataker, b. 31 Mar. 1872; m. 5 Nov. 1896, Clara, da. 
of Josiah Mason Illidge of Gympie, Queensland ; and has issue lh to 3h. 

lh. Melmoth Leofric Gataker, b. 2 Nov. 1903. 

2h. Minnie Lucy Gataker, b. 22 Ap. 1899. 

3h. Amy Maud Gataker, b. 27 Feb. 1901. 

2g. George William Frank Gataker, b. 13 Sept. 1873. 

3g. Charles James Gataker, b. 9 Oct. 1876. 

4g. Walter Reynardson Gataker, b. 26 Oct. 1878; m. 21 Feb. 1904, Sarah 
Kathleen, da. of James Milles of Nanango, Queensland; and has issue lh to 2h. 

lh. Doris Marian Gataker, b. 13 Sept. 1904. 

2h. Kathleen Elsey Gataker, b. Sept. 1905. 

5g. Minnie Georgina Elizabeth Gataker, m. 22 Ap. 1905, Reginald Julius 
(Brisbane, Queensland) . 

3/. Frank Anthony Gataker, late Lieut. R.N., b. 24 Dec. 1844; m. 30 Oct. 
1873, Margaret, da. of Benjamin Harding, of Wadhurst Castle, co. Sussex. 

4/. 1 Elizabeth Mary Gataker, m. as 2nd wife, 2 Feb. 1858, the Rev. Walter 
John Partridge, M.A., Rector of Caston, d. 28 Dec. 1891 s.p. 

5/. 2 Louisa Sopdia Gataker. 

2d. Annie Gataker, d. (-) ; m. 19 Dec. 1771, Stamp Brooksbank, of Chesterfield 
St., Mayfair [2nd son of Stamp Brooksbank of Healaugh Manor, co. Yorks, and 
Hacknay House, co. Midx.], d. 1802; and had issue (with 2 sons d.s.p.) le. 

le. Annie Brooksbank, d. (-); m. 10 Dec. 1795, the Rev. William Villiers 
Robinson [2nd son of Sir Georg: Robinson, 5th Bt. [£.], M.P.], d. 14 Jan. 1829; 
and had issue If to 3/. [Nos. 9709 to 9729. 


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If. Rev. Sir George Stamp Robinson, 1th Bt. [£.], Rector of Cranford and Hon. 
Canon of Peterborough, b. 29 Aug. 1797 ; d. 9 Oct. 1873 ; in. 24 May 1827, Emma, 
da. of Robert Willis Blencowe, of Hayes, co. Midx., A. 20 Jan. 1874 ; and had issue 
(with 3 sons and 3 das. who d.s.p.) lg to 2g. 

Ig. Sir John Blencowe Robinson, 8th Bt. [£.]. b. 20 May 1830; d.s.p. 10 Aug. 

2g. Rev. Sir Frederick Laera Robinson, 9th Bt. [£.], /-P., Rector of Cranford, 
b. 28 /««« 1843; d. G Feb. 1893; m. 14 Dec. 1870, Madeline Caroline, da. of 
Frederick Sartoris of Rushden Hall, co. Northants ; and has issue \h to 4h. 

\h. Sir Frederick Villiers Daud Robinson, 10th Bt. [E.], Lt. 2nd Batt. North- 
amptonshire Regt. (Cranford Hull, near Kittering), b. 4 Dec. 1880; unin. 

1h. Evelyn Dorothy Robinson, in. 31 Jan. 1900, Lindsay Ralph Bagnall. 

3/;. Margery Sybil Robinson. 

4//. Sylvia Joan Robinson, in. 27 Ap. 1903, Major Charles Edward Bagnall, a 
collector in Uganda. 

If. Caroline Penelope Robinson, A. (-); m. 29 Oct. 1834, Herman Merivale, 
C.B., Bar.-at-Law, I.T., permanent Under Sec. of State for India, d. (-) ; and had 
issue (with a da. who d.s.p.) lg to 2g. 

lg. Herman Charles Merivale, b. 27 Jan. 1839; m. 13 May 1878, Elizabeth, 
da. of John Pitman. 

2g. Isabel Frances Merivale, m. 16 Ap. 1863, William Peere Williams-Freeman, 
of Clapton, co. Northants, Sec. H.M. Diplo. Ser., d. 18 Sept. 1884; and had issue 
(with 2 sons and a da. d.s.p.) \h to Sh. 

\h. Rev. Lionel Peere Williams-Freeman of Clapton, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of 
Exwick (Exwick Vicarage, Exeter), b. 18 May 1867; m. 23 Ap. 1896, Louisa, da. of 
Charles Hope, of Gorleston Priory ; and has issue It to 5i. 

It. William Peere Williams-Freeman, 6. 8 Oct. 1909. 

2». Mary Leonora Williams-Freeman, b. 17 Nov. 1898. 

3t. Dorothy Francis Williams-Freeman, b. 29 Dec. 1899. 

ii. Cecilia Williams-Freeman, b. 25 Oct. 1901. 

5*. Violet Williams-Freeman, b. 19 Mar. 1906. 

1h. Agnes Caroline Williams-Freeman. 

3/z. Violet Mary Williams-Freeman, m. as 2nd wife, 15 Ap. 1902, Arthur 
Charles Hammersley, Banker (see p. 281) (56 Princes Gate, S.W.); and has issue 
It to 3*. 

It. Christopher Ralph Hammersley, b. 4 Jan. 1903. 

2t. David Frederick Hammersley, b. 15 July 1904. 

oi. Monica Violet Hammersley. 

3/. Emma Robinson, A. 9 June 1902; m. 12 Nov. 1834, the Rev. William 
Duthy, Rector of Sudborough, co. Northants, J.P., b. 18 Aug. 1796; d. 29 Sept. 
1889 ; and had issue \g to 6g. 

lg. Archibald Edward Duthy, Col. R.H.A., b. 4 Jan. 1848; d. 10 Nov. 1906; 
m. 4 Nov. 1891, Madeline Alice, da. of James Price ; and had issue \h to 3/z. 

\h. Archibald Elder Desmond Campbell Duthy. 

2/z. Reginald Edward Athelstan Duthy. 

'Ah. Humphrey William Gilbert Duthy. 

2g. John Walter Brand Duthy, formerly Indian Telegraph Dept. (I slip Grange, 
Thrapston), b. 31 Jan. 1848; m. 6 June 1883, Georgina Penelope, da. of George 
Rooper ; and has issue 1 h. 

\h. George Duthy, b. 24 May 1885. 

3g. Rev. Reginald Henry Duthy, B.A. (Oxon.) (All Hallows Presbytery, 
Orange St., Borough), b. 10 Nov. 1850; unm. 

ig. Georgina Caroline Duthy, m. 26 Mar. 1856, the Rev. Charles William 

[Nos. 9730 to 9753. 

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Sillifant, Rector of Weare Gifford and Rural Dean (Hughenden, Parkstone) ; and 
has issue \h to 7k. 

\h. Charles Herbert Sillifant, b. 12 Dec. 1866. 

Ik. Gertrude Caroline Emma Sillifant. 

3h. Emily Harriet Sillifant. 

ik. Georgina Francis Sillifant. 

5h. Mabel Sillifant, 

6h. Edith Sillifant. 

7k. Beatrice Charlotte Sillifant. 

5g. Caroline Anna Duthy. 

6g. Edith Mary Duthy, m. 21 Aug. 1867, Major John William Bain 
Hawkesworth, J. P. (Watlington, Oxon.; Stokeford, Wareham); and has issue \h 
to 2k. 

Ik. Charles Edward Mackenzie Hawkesworth, b. 25 June 1868. 

Ik. Thomas Ayscough Fitzwilliam Hawkesworth, b. 8 Sept. 1870. 

2c. Elizabeth Gataker, b. 1725; d. at St. Albans 4 July 1790; m. the Rev. 
Edward Bourchier, M.A., J. P., Rector of Bramfield 1740-75, and Vicar of All 
Saints and St. John's, Hertford, 1740-71 [descended from King Edward I. through 
Harrison, Villiers, St. John, Scrope, Welles, and Scgrave], b. 7 Aug. 1707; d. 17 
Nov. 1775 ; and had issue Id to 9d. 

Id. Rev. Edward Bourchier, M.A., Vicar of All Saints and St. John's, Hertford, 
1771-85, Rector of Bramfield 1775-85, b. 6 Sept. 1738; d. 14 Dec. 1785 ; m. 
Catherine, da. of William Wollaston of Finborough, co. Suffolk, M.P., d. 4 Feb. 
1801 ; and had issue (with 3 das. d. young) \e to 2e. 

le. Rev. Edward Bourchier, M.A., Rector of Bramfield, b. 13 July 1776; d. 
21 Ap. 1840 ; m. 7 Feb. 1804, Harriet, da. of Robert Jenner of Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
d. 18 Jan. 1864 ; and had issue 1/ to 9/. 

1/. Edward Bourchier, b. 6 July 1810. 

2/. Francis Bourchier, h. 10 Aug. 1812. 

3/. Robert Jcnner Bourchier, b. 2 Oct. 1818; d. (?s.p.) 1 Oct. 1883. 

if. Sir George Bourchier, K.C.B., Major-Gen. R.A.; b. 23 Aug. 1821 ; d. (-); 
m. 1st, 16 July 1854, Georgiana Clemcnson. da. of John Graham Lough of London, 
d. 2 Mar. 1868 ; 2ndly, 23 May 1872, Margaret Murchison, da. of Col. Barlleman, 
d. 13 July 1881 ; and had issue \g to og. 

lg. George Lough Bourchier, b. 29 July 1855 ; m. ll'Oct. 1879, Mary Catherine, 
da. of the Rev. Barcroft Boake, Principal of Colombo Academy. 

2g. Edward Herbert Bourchier, b. 24 Nov. 1856. 

3g. Arthur Charles Francis Bourchier, M.A. (Oxon.), Actor Manager {The 
Albany, Piccadilly, W. ; Otway Cottage, Bushy Heath), b. 15 Aug. 1864 ; m. 9 Dec. 
1894, Violet Augusta Mary, commonly called "Violet Vanbrugh," the well-known 
actress [descended from the Lady Anne, sister of Kings Edward IV. and Richard III. 
(see Exeter Volume, p. 118)], da. of the Rev. Reginald Henry Barnes, Prebendary 
of Exeter, s.p. 

lg. Herbert Eustace Bourchier, b. 13 Jan. 1874. 

5g. Ina Maude Mary Bourchier. 

5/. Harriet Jenner Bourchier, b. 29 Nov. 1804; d. 11 Ap. 1S83; m. the Rev. 
W. Harris. 

6/. Catherine Anne Jenner Bourchier, d. 7 Aug. 1849. 

7/. Elizabeth Jenner Bourchier, d. 7 June 1860 ; m. the Rev. G. North. 

8/. Louisa Jenner Bourchier, b. 26 Jan. 1809 ; d. (-). 

9/. Emma Jenner Bourchier, b. 9 Ap. 1814; d. (-). 

le. Blanch Maria Bourchier, d. (-). 

2d. Charles Bourchier, a Member of Council of Bombay, b. 13 May. 1739; 

[JSTos. 9744 to 9771. 


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d. 28 Nov. 1818 ; m. 1st, 7 Oct. 1773, Barbara, da. of James Richardson of Knock- 
shinnock, co. Dumfries, d. 18 Nov. 1784; Indly, 25 Jan. 1787, da. of the Rev. 
Benjamin Preedy, D.D., d. 27 Ap. 1822; and had issue {with 3 sons d. vowwg) 
le to 6e. 

le. Samuel Bourchier, H.E.I.C.S., b. Oct. 1781; d. in Bombay 1813; m. 
Harriet, da. of Major-Gen. Robert Lewis, H.E.I. C.S., d. 1850; and had issue (with 
4 sons d. young) 1/ to 3/. 

If. Robert Francis Bourchier, Capt. 4th Bombay N.I., d. 1837; m. 21 July 
1832, Antoinette Anna Louisa, da. of Capt. the Hon. John Rodney [B. Rodney 
Coll.], d. (-) ; and had issue lg to 2g. 

Ig. Robert Lennox Bourchier, Lt.-Col. R.M.A., b. 1838; d. 12 May 1882; m. 
14 Oct. 1859, Mary, da. of Philips Hast, Lieut. R.N., d. (-) ; and had issue \h to 5h. 

\h. Philip Lennox Walter Bourchier, b. 13 Aug. 1870. 

2h. Rodney Lewis Bourchier, b. 24 Jan. 1875. 

3A. Raymond Walter Harry Bourchier. b. 26 Feb. 1880. 

4h. Mary Bourchier. 

5h. Amabel Bourchier. 

2g. Harriet E. Lennox Bourchier (26 Taswell Road, Southsea). 

If. Harriet Bourchier, d, (-) ; m. 1827, John Burnett, Bombay C.S. ; and had 
issue Ig. 

Ig. Marianne Burnett. 

3/. Jane Bourchier, d. (-) ; m. 1829, Capt. William Chambers, Bombay N.I. ; 
and had issue lg. 

Ig. Jane Chambers, m. 1853, Capt. George Geach; and had issue 1/*. 

\h. George Chambers Geach. 

le. Rev. Charles Spencer Bourchier, M.A., Rector of Great Hallingburv, co. 
Essex, b. 22 Feb. 1791 ; d. 22 July 1872; m. 13 Ap. 1814, Eliza, da. of Samuel 
Harman, of Hadley, Barnet, d. 22 Jan. 1880; and had issue {with a son d. young) 
1/ to 4/. 

1/. Legendre Charles Bourchier, Col. Q8th Regt. and Comdl. of Kurrachee 
during the Mutiny, b. 13 Mar. 1815; d. 27 Ap. 1866; m. 22 Aug. 1850, Margaret, 
da. of the Rev. Thomas Beane Johnstone, Rector of Chilton ; and had issue (with a 
da. d. young) lg to 3g. 

lg. Charles Legendre Johnstone Bourchier, Capt. Cape Colonial Forces, for- 
merly 35th and 65th Regts., b. Aug. 1851; m. 18 Ap. 1873, Annie Werge, widow 
of A. Kaye, da. of E. H. Howey of Tynemouth, d. 25 May 1874; and had issue \h. 

\h. Charlie Heumphrey Johnstone Bourchier, b. 25 Mar. 1874. 

Ig. Helen Johnstone Bourchier. 

3g. Margaret Georgiana Johnstone Bourchier, m. 31 May 1881, Peter Purves of 
Brampson ; and had issue \h to 2//. 

Mi. Douglas Bourchier Johnstone Purves, b. 21 May 1883. 

'2h. Helen Georgiana Johnstone Purves. 

2/. Georgiana Anne Bourchier, d. (-) ; m. Richard Weller Chadwick ; and had 
(with other) issue lg. 

lg. Edward Frederick Chadwick, fate 33rd Regt., 6. (— ) ; m. 20 Sept. 1882, 
Anna Louisa (? Amy) (see p. 85), da. of the Rev. Charles Torkington. 

3/. Marianne Frances Bourchier, twin. 

if. Emily Dorothy Bourchier. 

3e. Richard James Bourchier of Malta and 67 Victoria Street, Westminster, 
b. 16 June 1793; d. (-) ; m. 1st, ( — ), da. of ( — ) Lander ; and had issue (a son 
and 3 das.). 

ie. Elizabeth Bourchier, d. Nov. 1856; m. 22 Oct. 1779, James Torkington (see 
p. 91) of Great Stukeley, co. Hunts, Bar.-at-Law, d. 7 May 1828 l or 6 Feb. 1852 2 ; 
and had issue (with 12 others who d. unm.) 1/ to If. [Nos. 9772 to 9789. 

1 Foster's " Noble and Gentle Families," ii. 609. - Ibid., ii. 606. 


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If. Laurence John Torkington of Great Stukeley, Lieut, ith Light Dragoons 
b. 27 Sept. 1809 ; d. 7 May 1874 ; m. 26 Sept. 1839, il/ary Anne, da. of Lieut.-Col. 
Walker, R.A., d. 1874 ; and had issue {with a son d. nnm.) lg to 5g. 

Ig. Charles Torkington of Great Stukeley, co. Hunts, and Stukeley, The Leven, 
Tasmania, Capt. 41st Regt. (Roslyn, Salisbury Road, Seaford, Sussex), b. 20 July 
1847; m. 3 Aug. 1875, Florence Elizabeth Caroline [descended from George, Duke 
of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 185)], da. of Eichard George Coke of 
Brimington Hall, co. Derby ; and has issue \h to \h. 

\h. Gerard Stukeley Torkington, I.S.C., 69th Punjabis, b. 23 Sept. 1878. 

2h. Charles Coke Torkington, Welsh Regt., b. 7 Mar. 1881. 

3/;. John Elmsley Bourchier Torkington, Manchester Regt., b. 19 Nov. 1884. 

ih. Dorothy Mary Torkington. 

2g. Mary Dorothy Torkington. 

3g. Alice Torkington. 

4g. Isabella Torkington. 

5g. Gertrude Torkington, m. 1 Oct. 1868, the Rev. John Allen, M.A., D.D. 
(Oxon.), Vicar of St. Mary's, Lancaster, and Hon. Canon of Manchester, d. (-). 

•If. Rev. Charles Torkington, Rector of Aimer, co. Dorset, b. 13 Dec. 1817; 
d. (-); m. 1st, 1842, Anna, da. of James Powell, of Clapton, co. Midx., d. 8 Nov. 
1847 ; 2ndly, Nov. 1848, Ellen Eliza, da. of the Rev. W. Cookson ; and had issue 
(with a son and 2 das. d. young) lg to 6g. 

lg. Henry Torkington, Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. late R.A., b. 26 May 1843 ; m. 
Oct. 1875, Annie Ibbetson, da. of William G. Browne ; and has issue \h to 3h. 

Ik. Richard Humphrey Torkington, b. 1 May 1878. 

Ih. Oliver Miles Torkington, Capt. Scottish Rifles, b. 29 Aug. 1880. 

3h. Mary Catherine Torkington. 

2g. Edward Torkington, b. 15 Jan. 1856. 

3g. Charles Richard Torkington, b. 26 Mar. 1660. 

ig. 1 Catherine Torkington. 

5g. 2 Georgina Torkington. 

6g. 2 Amy (? Anna Louisa) Torkington, m. 30 Sept. 1882, Col. Edward 
Frederick Chadwick of Chetnole, Sherborne, Dorset (see p. 84). 

5e. 2 Georgiana Bourchier, b. 1787; d. 8 Mar. 1862; m. James Garden Scion, 
of the Hanaper Office, in the Court of Chancery ; and had issue. 

6c. 2 Caroline Bourchier, b. 16 Feb. 1792; d. 1820; m. as 1st wife, 31 Mar. 
1814, the Rev. Theodore Dury, Rector of Westmill, co. Herts, d. 2 Oct. 1850; and 
had issue (who all d.s.p.). 

3d. George Bourchier, b. 11 May 1741. 

id. John Bourchier, Capt. R.N ., Lieut. -Gov. of Greenwich Hospital, b. 26 Sept. 
1747; d. 30 Dec. 1808; m. 1st, Marv, da. of the Rev. Richard Walter, Chaplain 
R.N., d. 26 Nov. 1789; 2ndly, Dec. 1790, Charlotte, da. of Thomas Corbett of 
Darnhall, co. Chester, Bar.-at-Law [who m. 2ndly, 27 July 1810, Capt. Piatt, S. Line. 
Mil. ; 3rJly, F. J. Sandars Lang of Keaton, co. Devon, and], d. 5 Jan. 1839; and 
had issue (with 2 sons and 3 das. d.s.p.) le to 9e. 

\e. Henry Bourchier, Rear-Adm. of the Blue, b. Oct. 1787 at Lille; d. 14 Oct. 
1852 ; m. Mary, da. of Lieut.-Col. John Macdonald, d. at Ostend 9 Feb. 1852 ; and 
had issue 1/ to If. 

\f. Macdonald Bourchier, Comm. R.N., b. 6 Aug. 1814; d. (-) ; m. 1st, 5 Dec. 
1843, Mary Eliza, da. of Rear-Adm. John Hancock, C.B., d. 19 June 1872 ; 2ndly, 
12 May 1874, Charlotte Brumby, da. of John Holland, Lieut. R.N.; and had issue 
(with a son d. young) lg to 3g. 

lg. Seton Longuet Bourchier, b. (twin) 19 Oct. 1844; m. 25 July 1877, 
Georgiana Marian, da. of James N. Merriman, M.D., Apothecary Extraordinary to 
Queen Victoria ; and has issue (with a da. d. young) \h to 2h. 

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\h. Olive Longuet Bourchier. 

2k. Emily Marion Bourchier, twin. 

2g. Mary Eliza Sophia Bourchier. 

3g. Alice Gertrude Bourchier. 

If. Henry Prescott Pellew Bourchier, Capt. P. & 0. Service, b. 9 Nov. 1816 ; 
d. 1 Aug. 1856 ; m. Ap. 1851, Mary Jane, da. of the Rev. Edward Ince, Vicar of 
Wigtoft, d. 13 Mar. 1856 ; and had issue \g to ig. 

Ig. Henry Edward Bourchier, Comm. R.N. (Highfield House, Steep, Peters- 
field), b. 5 Mar. 1852; m. 16 Oct. 1878, Jane Burnett, da. of J. Williamson; and 
has issue 1//. 

\h. Lily McDonald Bourchier. 

Ig. Mary Jane Bourchier {Grove Villa, High Street, Feltham, Midx.). 

3g. Henrietta Catherine Bourchier, m. 21 Sept. 1881, William Booth Williamson 
(Grove Villa, High Street, Feltham, Midx.) ; and has issue \h to 6/r. 

\h. Owen McDonald Williamson, b. 11 Ap. 1886. 

2h. Jack Cecil Bourchier Williamson, b. 15 May 1891. 

3k. Kenneth Bourchier Williamson, b. 27 Aug. 1898. 

ih. Mary Sophia Williamson, m. 8 Ap. 1908, the Hon. John Morgan-Owen. 

5h. Charlotte Dorothy Williamson. 

6A. Alice Marguerite Williamson. 

4g. Alice Bourchier (Grove Villa, High Street, Feltham, Midx.). 

2e. William Bourchier, Comm. R.N., b. 1791; d. in Canada 22 Jan. 1844; 
m. 1st, in Canada, 8 Ap. 1821, Amelia, da. of John Mills Jackson of Downton, co. 
Wilts. ; Indly, c. 1834/5, Laura, previously wife of Lieut. Robert Wrangham Lukin. 
da. of Robert Preston of London, d. 29 Ap. 1898 ; and had issue 1/ to 4/. 

If. 1 Eustace Fane Bourchier, Lieut.-Gen. R.E., C.B., K.L.H., b. 25 Aug. 1822 ; 
d. 16 Jan. 1902; m. 1st, Anne Jane, da. of Charles Stuart Pillans of Rosebank, 
Rondebosch, d. 6 Ap. 1868; 2ndly, 25 Aug. 1869, Maria, widow of Wilmot Seton 
of the Treasury, da. of ( — ), d.s.p. bv him 6 Feb. 1882 ; and had issue (with 5 das.) 
Ig to 2g. 

Ig. CJuirles Edward Stewart Bourchier, d. (in Pietermaritzburg) May 1904. 

2g. Alfred Heseltine Bourchier. 

2/. 2 Henry Seton Bourchier, Lieut.-Col. R.M.L.I., sometime British Resident 
at Lukoja on the Niger (Wayside, South Brent, S. Devon), b. 17 Feb. 1842; m. 
28 May 1868, Jessie Caroline, da. of Col. Robert Hawkes, 80th Regt. ; and has 
issue lg to 2g. 

Ig. Charles Bourchier, Tea Planter, Ceylon, b. 8 Dec. 1886. 

2g. Mabel Jessie Bourchier. 

3f.- Georgina Fanny Bourchier, b. 2 Oct. 1836 ; d. (at Brisbane) 12 Aug. 1893 ; 
m. at St. Mary's, The Boltons, South Kensington, 23 May 1865, Edward Raven 
Priest of Cromer, Chemist, d. (at Brisbane) 9 Nov. 1885 ; and had issue (see Appendix). 

if.' 2 Laura Ellen Bourchier (7 Huggen's College, North Fleet, Kent), unm. 

3e. Thomas Bourchier, twin with ie, d. (-) ; m. Anne, da. of Morris Graham, 
of Deal ; and had issue (with a son d. young) 1/ to 2/. 

1/. William Sutherland Bourchier, Staff Comm. R.N., b. 15 Nov. 1823; d. 
June 1904 ; m. 1st, 8 Sept. 1850, Mina Glover, da. of John Aldrich, Master R.N., 
d. 1852; 2ndly, 1 May 1856, Mary, da. of Isaac Halse of Sloane Street, Chelsea, 
d. 1893 ; and had issue lg to ig. 

Ig. 1 Mina Mary Bourchier, m. 1874, Frederick D'Iffanger (85 Gloucester Ter- 
race, Hyde Park, W.) ; s.p. 

2g.i Florence Anne Bourchier, m. 1878, William Cooper Keates, L.R.C.P., 
M.R.C.S. (20 East Dulwich Road, S.E.) ; and has issue \h to 3/;. 

\h. Courtnay Cooper Keates. 

2h. Bransby Cooper Keates. 

3/z. Florence Mina Mary Keates, m. (—) Wild. [Nos. 9809 to 9833. 


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3g. 2 Emily Halse Bourchier, d. 1907; m. 1886, F. Thomas; and had issue 1/j 
to 2A. 

1/;. Leeson Thomas. 

2A. Donald Thomas. 

4g. 2 Ethel Annie Bourchier, unm. 

2/. Thomas Bourchier, Lieut. R.N., took part in the searches for Sir John 
Franklin, b. 10 Sept. 1827 ; d. 9 July 1866 ; m. 22 Jan. 1853, Anne Bourchier, da. 
of John Aldrich. Master R.N., d. 1 Mar. 1909; and had issue (with 2 sows and a 
da. d. unm.) lg to ig. 

Ig. William Thomas Bourchier, New South Wales C.S., 6. 9 Oct. 1857 ; unm. 

2g. Alfred Eustace Bourchier, Fleet Paymaster, R.N. (ret.), 6. 1 June 1859; unm. 

3g. Annie Undine Bourchier "1 ,„_ T , . , . „ , „ JT , 

, -mt „ ,, ,„ , . l (97 I ictoria Road, Southsea). 
ig. Mary Bedford Bourchier J 

ie. James O'Brien Bourchier, J. P., settled in Canada, b. (twin with 3e) c. 1797 ; 
d. 28 Aug. 1872; m. Jeanne, da. of James Lyall of Canada, West; and had issue 
(with 6 das.) If to 2/. 

If. William Bourchier, m. and has issue. 1 

2/. John Raines Bourchier, m. and has issue. 1 

be. John Bourchier, M.D., b. 4 Mar. 1802; d. 11 Feb. 1842 ; m. 23 Ap. 1830, 
Sophia, da. of Edward Phillips of Winchester, M.D., d. 18 Ap. 1859 ; and had 
issue If. 

If. Rev. Walter Bourchier, M.A. and Fellow of New College (Oxon.), Vicar of 
St. Olave's, E., formerly of Steeple Morden (St. Olave's Vicarage, H anbury St., E.), 
b. 20 Dec. 1837; m. 20 Ap. 1876, Harriet Louisa Eliza, da. of John Peach 
MacWhirter, Bengal C.S. ; and has issue lg to bg. 

Ig. Walter John Majendie Bourchier, b. 26 Feb. 1877. 

2g. Rev. Basil Graham Bourchier. M.A. (Camb.), formerly Curate of St. Ann's, 
Soho (The Vicarage, Garden Suburb, Hampstead, N.W.) ; b. 13 Feb. 1881. 

3g. Philip Claud Walter Bourchier, 6. 28 Oct. 1891. 

4g. Constance Corbett Bourchier, m. 26 Dec. 1907, Horace R. Brown, M.D. 

5g. Sybil Audrey Bourchier, m. 23 June 1908, Capt. Maurice Capel Miers, 
Somerset Light Infantry. 

ee. 1 Mary Sophia Bourchier, b. 11 Aug. 1786; d. 9 May 1884; m. 21 Aug. 
1822, the Rev. Edward Ince, M.A., Vicar of Wigtoft-with-Quadring, co. Line, d. 
6 Aug. 1840 ; and had issue 1/ to If. 

If. Rev. Edward Cummin g Ince, of Sunbury House, Watford, and Marrick 
Abbey, co. York, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of Christ Church, Baltersea, 1867-77, b. 
17 Mar. 1825; d. 7 Dec. 1899; m. 14 Aug. 1850, Elizabeth Margaret Caroline, da. 
of John Gason, of co. Wicklow, M.D., d. 10 June 1902 ; and had issue (with 2 sons 
and a da. d. young) \g to ig. 

lg. Rev. Edward John Cumming Ince, now (R.L. 11 Aug. 1893) Whittington- 
Ince, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of Wormington (Wormington Rectory, Broadway R.S.O., 
Worcestershire), b. 4 Feb. 1852; m. 23 Jan. 1884, Annie Nora, da. of Josceline 
Frederic Watkins, of Watford, J. P. ; and has issue \h to 9/j. 

\h. Edward Watkins Whittington-Ince, b. 3 Oct. 1886. 

2h. William Berkeley Whittington-Ince, b. 22 Feb. 1889. 

3/z. Charles Henry Whittington-Ince, 6. 27 Mar. 1892. 

4«. Ralph Piggott Whittington-Ince, b. 19 Mar. 1898. 

bh. Nora Marjorie Whittington-Ince. 

6h. Elinor Gladys Whittington-Ince. 

7h. Anna Louisa Whittington-Ince. 

8A. Mary Elizabeth Whittington-Ince. 

dh. Annie Caroline Whittington-Ince. [Nos. 9834 to 9858. 

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•2g. Rev. Henry Gason Ince, M.A. (Oxon.), Vicar of Stanley 1888-1902 (Maes- 
bury, Cavendish Road, Bournemouth), b. 24 Sept. 1857 ; m. 20 July 1887, Margaret, 
da. of William Fellows Sedgwick of Cashio Bridge, Watford; and has issue \h 
to Ah 

1/;. Cecil William Gason Ince, b. 1 Aug. 1888. 

1h. Henry Montague Ince, b. 26 Sept. 1889. 

3h. Douglas Edward Ince, b. 10 Nov. 1890. 

Ah. Norman Sedgwick Ince, b. 9 Feb. 1892. 

3g. "Rev. James Berkeley dimming Ince, M.A. (Gamb.) (34 Laurence Road, 
Hove, Sussex), b. 26 Nov. 1862; m. 1st, 19 Ap. 1893, Emma Augusta, da. of 
William Edward Parry Hooper of the Admiralty ; 2ndly,"4 May 1905, Ethel, da. 
of Russell Oates of Knaresborough ; and has issue lh to 5h. 

\h. Gordon Bourchier Ince, b. 5 Feb. 1896. 

2h. Berkeley Russell Ince, 6. 5 Feb. 1906. 

3h. Margaret Cumming Ince, b. 5 Feb. 1894. 

Ah. Violet Berkeley Ince, b. 21 Mar. 1901. 

5h, Ethel Grace Gason Ince, b. 23 Jan. 1908. 

4g. Anna Elizabeth Ince, m. 29 June 1904, Frederick Dru Drury [youngest 
son of Henry Dru Drury of Blackheath] (Woolsery, Portchester Road, Bourne- 
mouth) ; s.p. 

2/. Mary Jane Ince, d. 13 Mar. 1856; m. Ap. 1851, Capt. Henry Prescott 
Pellew Bourchier, d. 1 Aug. 1856 ; and had issue. 

See p. 86, Nos. 9813-9823. 

7e. Charlotte Margaret Bourchier, d. 21 July 1852; m. 1819, Capt. Edward 
Parke, R.M., d. 14 Nov. 1835 ; and had issue [with 2 das. who d. unm.) 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Richard Parke, C.B., Col. R.M., b. 21 Mar. 1821; d. 2 Mar. 1892; m. 
8 May 1862, Louisa, da. of Right Rev. the Hon. Edward Grey, Lord Bishop of 
Hereford [E. Grey Coll.], d. 16 May 1904; and had issue lg to 2g. 

lg. Edward Parke, B.A. (Oxon.), of the Dept. of the Official Receiver in Bank- 
ruptcy, b. ( — ) ; unm. 

2g. Annie Louisa Parke, unm. 

'If. Frederick Parke, Capt. R.N., b. \8May 1828 ; d. 22 Nov. 1900 ; m. 27 Mar. 
1856, Lucy Anne, da. of William John Wickham of Winchester, d. 7 Jan. 1906; 
and had issue lg to 6g. 

lg. Charles Parke, b. 7 July 1857 ; m. Evelyn, da. of ( — ) Lewis ; and has 
issue lh to ih. 

lh. Frederick Parke, b. 1886; m. 8 Feb. 1910, Clara, da. of (— ) Barber. 

lh. Ethel Parke, m. 1905, J. van Norman; and has issue (2 das.). 

3/;. Louise Parke, unm. 

Ah. Gertrude Parke, unm. 

•2g. William Parke, b. 1859; unm. 

3g. Ernest Richard Parke, b. 1861 ; m. July 1890, Maude, da. of ( ) Brown. 

4g. Arthur Fiennes Wickham Parke, b. 1865; m. 1901, J , da. of ( — ) 

McCormac ; and has issue lh to 2h. 

lh. Richard Philip Wickham Parke, b. 28 July 1906. 

■lh. Gwendolin Maude Parke, b. 28 Aug. 1902. 

5g. Gertrude Mary Parke, unm. 

6g. Mabel Lucy Parke, m. 25 Feb. 1891, William Henry Christopher Macartney, 
M.D. (Riverhead House, Sevenoaks), s.p. 

3/. Caroline Mary Parke, d. 8 Mar. 1901 ; m. 6 Jan. 1842, the Rev. Isaac 

Philip Prescott, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Kelly, co. Devon [son of Admiral Sir 

Henry Prescott, G.C.B.], d. 30 Aug. 1898; and had issue (with a son and da. d. 

unm.) lg to Ag. [Nos. 9859 to 9895. 


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Ig. Arthur Edward Prescott, b. 8 Mar. 1852; d. 6 Mar. 1888; m. 20 Nov. 
1877, Kathleen (18 College Court Mansions, Hammersmith, W.), da. of the Rev. 
Henry Clarke, Rector of Gitisborough ; and has issue \h to ih. 

\h. Henry Cecil Prescott, b. 1 Mar. 1882. 

2h. Arthur Robert Prescott, b. 23 June 1886; m. 1906, E. Cynthia, da. of 
George Betts ; and has issue It. 

It. Constance Cynthia Prescott, b. 19 Jan. 1908. 

3h. Kathleen Mary Prescott, m. 28 Dec. 1904, Eng. -Lieut. George Henry Starr, 
R.N. ; and has issue It. 

It. Mary Cecilia Starr. 

Ah. Constance Alice Prescott. 

2g. Charlotte Alice Prescott, d. 20 Aug. 1865; m. 25 July 1864, Joseph Kaye, 
a Master of the Supreme Court of Judicature ; and had issue Ih. 

\h. Alice Mary Kaye. 

3g. Mary Prescott, m. 25 July 1877, Capt. Hardy McHardy, R.N., Chief 
Constable of Ayrshire (Ayr); and has issue (with a son d. young) \h to 5h. 

Ih. Robert Prescott McHardy, b. 18 Aug. 1882. 

Ih. Graham Goodenough McHardy, 6. 31 Oct. 1889. 

3h. Mary Alice McHardy. 

ih. Emily Lees McHardy. 

5h. Edith Margaret McHardy. 

4g. Beatrice Jane Prescott. 

8a Anne Bourchier, d. 29 Ap. 1877; m. 5 July 1826, John Spice Hulbert of 
Stakes Hill Lodge, co. Hants, J -P., d. 21 Feb. 1844 ; and had issue (with 2 sons and 
a da. d. unm.) 1/ to if. 

If. John Henville Hulbert, b. 2 June 1831 ; d. 8 May 1908; m. 1st, 20 June 
1854, Anna Maria, da. of David John Day of Rochester, d. 22 Sept. 1864 ; Indly, 
26 Oct. 1865, Harriet, da. of the Rev. Joseph Carson, D.D., Vice-Provost of Trinity 
College, Dublin, d. 14 Dec. 1884; and had issue (with a da. d. young) Ig to 15g. 

Ig. Walter Hulbert, B.A. (Camb.) (Stakes Hill Lodge, Waterlooville, Hants), b. 
4 June 1856; m. 4 Oct. 1894, Ella Millicent, da. of John Crawford Uodgson, 
Bengal OS. ; and has issue \h to '2h. 

Ih. George Dodgson Hulbert, b. 13 May 1898. 

2h. Winifred Beatrice Agnes Hulbert, b. 18 Feb. 1896. 

2g. Henry Hulbert, Hop Planter (Sardis, British Columbia), b. 5 June 1858; 
m. in Vancouver, B.C., 11 Oct. 1899, Alice Margaret Victoria, da. of Thomas George 
Askew, of Victoria, B.C. ; and has issue 1/j to 5h. 

Ih. Walter Andrew Bourchier Hulbert, b. 28 Aug. 1902 ; d. 10 Jan. 1903. 

2h. John Eric Bourchier Hulbert, b. 21 Oct. 1906. 

3h. Audrey Margaret Ella Hulbert, b. 4 Jan. 1904. 

ih. Anna Imogen Hulbert,! ft at g^ 3 0ct _ mg 

oh. Ethel Muriel Hulbert, J 

3g. Charles Hulbert, a Master in Chancery (Hillficl.i, Harrow, Midx.), b. 5 Feb. 
1860; m. 22 June 1887, Frances Mary, da. of William Richardson Jolly; and has 
issue Ih to Ah. 

Ih. Charles Geoffrey Keith Hulbert, b. 22 Mar. 1888. 

2h. Henry Bourchier Hulbert, b. 16 May 1892. 

3h. Frances Sarah Nancy Hulbert, b. 29 Aug. 1893. 

ih. Margaret Joan Hulbert, b. 27 Nov. 1894. 

ig. John Hulbert, of Messrs. Metcalfe, Hussey & Hulbert of Lincoln's Inn, 
Solicitors (3 Campden House Road, London, W.), b. 12 Sept. 1866 ; unm. 

bg. Joseph George Hulbert, M.B. (Camb.), M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. (Lond.), Major 

[Nos. 9896 to 9924. 

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Indian M.S., b. 14 Sept. 1867; m, at Bombay 7 Ap. 1903, Elsie Frances [also 
descended from King Edward III. through Mortimer Percy (see p. 63)], da. of 
Alexander Brooke of Handford, co. Chester ; and has issue (with an elder son, 
Alexander Joseph, d. in infancy) 1/;. 

Ih. Richard Carson Hulbert, b. in India 10 July 1907. 

6g. William Henville Hulbert (3 Campden House Road, London, W '.), b. 
29 Aug. 1869. 

7g. Thomas Ernest Hulbert, Capt. Skinner's Horse, Indian Army, 6.13 July 
1879 ; m. 2 Ap. 1907, Kathleen Beatrice, da. of Thomas H. Harvey, of Blackbrook 
Grove, Fareham. 

8g. 1 Agnes Hulbert, unm. 

9g. 1 Ethel Hulbert, m. 9 Mar. 1887, Duncan Bell-Irving [2nd son of Henry 
Bell-Irving of Millbanke, Lockerbie] (Vancouver, British Columbia); and has issue 
\h to ih. 

Ih. Duncan Peter Bell-Irving, b. 3 Jan. 1888. 

2k. Robert Bell-Irving, b. 30 July 1893. 

ih. Agnes Bell-Irving, b. 26 Jan. 1889. 

ih. Dorothy Ethel Bell-Irving, b. 13 May 1890. 

lOg. Anna Hulbert, m. 27 June 1891, Andrew McCreight Creery [3rd son of 
the Rev. ( — ) Creery, Rector of Kilmore, co. Down]' '(Vancouver, British Columbia) ; 
and has issue Ih to 6/z. 

1//. Kenneth Andrew Creery, b. 11 Feb. 1894. 

2h. Cuthbert John Creery, b. 11 Ap. 1895. 

•ih. Ronald Hulbert Creery, b. 12 Feb. 1897. 

ih. Leslie Charles Creery, b. 9 Dec. 1898. 

5h. Wallace Bourchier Creery, b. 22 Feb. 1900. 

iih. Irene Anna Creery, b. 10 Mar. 1892. 

1 Ig. 1 Ella Hulbert, unm. 

12g. 2 Fanny Hulbert, unm. 

13g. 2 Eleanor Hulbert, m. 10 Sept. 1908, Hugh Alexander Roberts, Solicitor, 
[also descended from King Edward 111. through Mortimer-Percy (see p. 62)] (35 
Brunswick Gardens, Kensington, W .). 

\ig. 2 Caroline Edith Hulbert (Geneva), unm. 

15g.- Olivia Mary Hulbert (3 Campden Hill Gardens, London, W.) ; unm. 

2/. Mary Hulbert (The Elms, Ringwood, Hants), b. 12 May 1829; m. 22 Aug. 
1850, Henry Geldart Metcalfe, of Ringwood, co. Hants, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 22 May 
1824 ; d. 29 Oct. 1899 ; and had issue (with 2 sons d. young) lg to 7g. 

Ig. Henry Hulbert Metcalfe, M.I.C.E. (47 Queen Street, Auckland ; Bridgwater 
Road, Pamell, New Zealand); b. 30 Oct. 1851 ; m. 25 Mar. 1878, Jessie Alexandra, 
da. of M. Hamilton, of Cheltenham ; and has issue \h to 6h. 

Ih. Henry Ernest Metcalfe, A.M.I.C.E., b. 29 Dec. 1879. 

2h. George Hamilton Metcalfe, b. 23 Ap. 1887. 

3h. Ellen Mary Metcalfe, b. 29 Mar. 1881. 

ih. Marion Sarah Metcalfe, b. 13 July 1882. 

5h. Dorothy Caroline Metcalfe, b. 2 Nov. 1884. 

6h, Phyllis Metcalfe, b. 17 Mar. 1889. 

2g. John Greetham Metcalfe, Senior Partner in the firm of Metcalfe, Hussey & 
Hulbert, of 10 New Square, Lincoln's Inn, Solicitors (Bramleigh, Richmond, Surrey) ; 
b. 8 Jan. 1855 ; m. 21 June 1890, Elizabeth Rose, da. of Edward Walter Williamson, 
Sec. to the Law Society ; and has issue 1/; to 'ih. 

\h. Percy Hulbert Metcalfe, b. 26 Jan. 1892. 

2h. Isabella Brenda Metcalfe, b. 5 Mar. 1894. 

ih. Eileen Mary Metcalfe, b. 6 Aug. 1902. [Nos. 9925 to 9957. 


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3g. Arthur Henry Metcalfe, b. 31 Mar. 1859; m. 6 Oct. 1896, Agnese, da. of 
( — ) Doyle; and has issue \h to 3h. 

\h. Rolland Metcalfe, b. 15 Sept. 1897. 

2k Fanny Metcalfe, b. 28 Dec. 1898. 

3h. Vera Metcalfe, b. 18 Nov. 1900. 

4g. Mary Georgina Metcalfe, m. 18 Sept. 1890, Jeffrey Gott. 

5g. Clara Warren Metcalfe, unm. 

6g. Constance Alice Metcalfe, m. -1 Mar. 1890, Alfred Mason Hayes, P.W.D., 
Madras'; d. Feb. 1897; and has issue (with an elder da., Constance Mary, d. 24 
May 1894) \h. 

\h. Amy Evelyn Hayes, b. 27 Mar. 1892. 

7g. Florence Charlotte Metcalfe, unm. 

3/. Annie Caroline Hulbert, d. 6 Aug. 1857; m. as 1st wife, 21 Mar. 1855, 
Major Henry Leslie Hunt, 67th Reg/. ; d. 17 Dec. 1880 ; and had issue \g. 

\g. Rev. Henry de Vere Hunt, B.A. (Camb.), Rector of Ahascragh (Ahascragh 
Rectory, Ballinasloe), b. 12 Mar. 1856; m. 20 July 1882, Mary Catherine Caroline, 
da. of the Rev. Peter William Browne of Blackrod, co. Lane. ; and has issue \h to4h. 

\h. Henry Leslie Hunt, b. 21 Ap. 1890. 

2h. Alice Kathleen Hunt, b. 15 Sept. 1883. 

3/i. Eleanor Caroline Hunt, b. 21 July 1885. 

4h. Vera Mary Hunt, b. 11 Dec. 1886. 

if. Fanny Hulbert. 

9e. Susanna Bourchier, b. 13 Ap. 1800; d. 9 Nov. 1875; m. 24 Mar. 1827, 
John Cole of Easthorpe Court, co. Line, who became, 27 July 1854, de jure 4th Duke 
of Polignano {Duca di Polignano) [Naples], d. 12 Ap. 1855 ; and had issue {with a 
da. d.s.p.) 1/ to If. 

If. John Charles (Cole), 5th Duke of Polignano [Naples], of Easthorpe Court, 
d.s.p. UAp. 1897. 

If. James (Cole, now Edwin-Cole), 6th Duke of Polignano (Duca di Polignano) 
[Naples, 26 Aug. 1730], &c, J. P., Bar.-at-Law (Swineshead Hall, via Boston, co. 
Line), b. 27 Ap. 1835 ; m. 7 Dec. 1880, Mary Barbara, da. of Gent Huddleston, s.p. 

5d. Richard Bourchier, b. 11 May 1749. 

6d. Mary Bourchier, b. 1 Oct. 1737; d. 1813; m. the Rev. James Torkington, 
of Stukeley Hall and Rector of Little Stukeley, co. Hunts [descended from the Lady 
Anne, sister of Edward IV. (see the Exeter Volume, p. 662)], d. (-); and had 
issue le to 4e. 

le. James Torkington, of Great Stukeley, d. 7 June 1828; m. 22 Oct. 1799, 
Elizabeth, da. of Charles Bourchier ; and had issue. 

See pp. 84-85, Nos. 9790-9807. 

le. Edward Torkington. 

3e. Mary Torkington. 

4e. Dorothy Torkington. 

7d. Elizabeth Bourchier, b. 6 June 1745 ; d. 18 Feb. 1791 ; m. the Rev. William 
Lloyd, Preacher of the Charter House, and of Much Hadham ; and had issue. 

Sd. Frances Bourchier, b. 6 Sept. 1746; d. (-) ; m. John Howell (?) of Ross. 

M. Julia Charlotte Bourchier, b. 11 Feb. 1752; d. (-); m. (— ) Tonge of 

2b. Charles Gataker. 
36. Thomas Gataker. 

4b. George Gataker, d. (-) ; m. (— ), da. of (— ) Nash ; and had issue. 
5b. William Gataker, b. 1691 ; d. (-) ; m. Ann, da. of James Willed. 
6b. Barbara Gataker, b. (-); m. 1st, John Pitcaim of London, Merchant; 
2ndly (— ) Withers of co. Kent ; and had issue le. 

\c. Barbara Pitcaim, A. ( -) ; m. Thomas Carter of Dunton, co. Bucks. 

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76. Frances Gataker, b. c. 1678; «". 1715; m. the Rev. Benjamin Reynolds, 
Rector of Hoggeston, d. 18 Dec. 1758, in Ms 82wa" year; and had issue lc. 

lc. i?eu. Benjamin Reynolds, Rector of Hoggeston, b. c. 1703 ; d. 1 Nov. 1781. 
la. Theodosia Hebblethwaite, bapt. 4 Dec. 1658. 
8a. Margaret Hebblethwaite, bapt. 10 /w«g 1665. 

35. Descendants, if any, of Frances Marwood (Table VI.), b. c. 

1642; living 1679; m. 1st, Sir Richard Weston of Gray's 
Inn, Bar.-at-Law, living 1679 ; 2ndly, as 2nd wife (lie. 4 May), 
1682, Sir Edward Smith, 1st Bart. [E.], K.B., d. (s.p. by her) 


36. Descendants of the Rev. Thomas Metcalfe of Northallerton and 

Sand Hutton. eo. York, M.A. (Table VI.), bapt. 28 Mar. 1706 ; 
d. 10 Feb. 1774 ; m. Ascension Day, 1742, Anne, da. of William 
Smelt of Kirkby Fleetham, co. York, M.D., d. 10 Feb. 1804 ; 
and had issue la to 3a. 

la. Rev. George Metcalfe, afterwards Marwood, of Northallerton and Little 
Busby Hall, Canon Residentiary of Chichester, b. 28 Nov. 1746; d. 1 Dec. 1827; 
m. 1st, 1780, Margaret, da. of Francis Peirson of Mowthorpe Grange, co. York; 
Indly, Lucy, widow of Capt. Charles Dodgson, da. of James Hume; and had issue 
lb to 36. 

16. George Metcalfe Marwood of Busby Hall, b. 29 June 1781 ; d. 9 Jan. 1842 ; 
m. 1 Aug. 1804, Mary, da. of Capt. John Quantock of Norton House, co. Somerset, 
d. 23 May 1838 ; and had issue lc to 3c. 

lc. George Metcalfe Marwood of Busby Hall, J. P., D.L., b. 31 Dec. 1808; d. 
8 Ap. 1882 ; m. 28 Oct. 1854, Frances Anne, da. of the Rev. Frederick Peel, Preb. 
of Lincoln, d. 19 Oct. 1886; and had issue Id to lid. 

Id. George Frederick Marwood of Busby Hall, &c, J. P., b. 8 Ap. 1858 ; d.s.p. 
23 May 1898. 

2d. William Francis Marwood of Busby Hall, J. P., Hereditary Lord and Chief 
Bailiff of Langburgh Wapentake {Busby Hall, Carlton in Cleveland, York), 6. 1 Feb. 

3d. Henry Marwood, Lieut. -Col. Comdg. 2nd Batt. North Staffordshire Regt. 
(Multan, India), b. 6 July 1864 ; m. 14 May 1898, Ethel Mary J., da. and h. of 
Henry G. Piggott of Sheffield Gardens, Kensington ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. George Henry Marwood, 6. 31 Aug. 1901. 

2e. Ethel Mary Marwood, 6. 4 Mar. 1899. 

4a". Arthur Pierson Marwood (Winchelsea), 6. 21 Aug. 1868 ; m. 4 Feb. 1903, 
Caroline, da. of Matthew Cranswick of Hunmanby, co. York, s.p. 

5d. Frances Mary Marwood (3d The Mansions, Earl's Court Road, S.W.). 

6a". Emily Caroline Marwood, m. as 2nd wife, 24 Feb. 1876, Edward Heneage 
Wynne-Finch, J. P., Bar.-at-Law (Stokesley Manor, York) ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Arthur Wynne-Finch, 6. 15 Oct. 1878. 

2e. Griffith Wynne-Finch, Lieut. King's Royal Rifle Corps, 6. 16 Oct. 1880. 

3e. Helen Wynne-Finch. 

Id. Lucy Susanna Marwood, m. 24 Feb. 1881, Charles Napier Kennedy (Big- 
frith End, Cookham Dean) ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. George Lawrence Kennedy, 6. 24 Xov. 1881. 

2c. John Pitt Kennedy, Lieut. Scottish Rifles, 6. 12 Aug. 1883. 

3c. Horace Tristram Kennedy, b. 25 Nov. 1887. [Nos. 9992 to 10005. 

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8d. Elinor Edith Marwood, m. 4 June 1891, Charles Moore Kennedy, B.L. 
[son of John Pitt Kennedy, Judge Advocate, Calcutta High Court] (Leaves Green, 
Keston, Hayes, Kent) ; and has issue le to 4e. 

le. Tristram Gervais Kennedy, b. 14 June 1897. 

le. David Kennedy, b. (twin) 20 Oct. 1901. 

3e. Margaret Kennedy, b. 23 Ap. 1896. 

4e. Virginia Kennedy, b. (twin) 20 Oct. 1901. 

9d. Clara Charlotte Marwood. 

lOd. Lilian Marwood. 

lid. Rose Marwood. 

2c. Margaret Marwood, b. 12 Mar. 1809; d. 2 Nov. 1877 ; m. 13 Dec. 1812, 
Rear-Adm. Colson Festing, R.N., b. 12 Sept. 1795 ; d. 12 Oct. 1870 ; and had issue 
{with a son d. unm.) Id to 3d. 

Id. Henry Marwood Colson Festing, Comm. R.N. (ret.) (Glencree, Paignton, 
Devon), b. (—); m. (—). 

2d. Michael Morton Metcalfe Festing, Capt. (ret.) 20th Foot (21 Park Crescent, 
Oxford), b. 28 Jan. 1851 ; m. 27 Ap. 1881, Mary Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Hicks of 
Stanghow, Cleveland ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Michael Colson Festing, b. 15 Sept. 1885. 

2e. Margaret Vera Festing, b. 18 July 1882. 

3d. Mary Georgina Festing, unm. 

3c. Anne Frederica Marwood, b. 1823; d. 12 Sept. 1884; m. (at Stokesley, co. 
York), 1845, the Rev. Henry Boyick Scougall, Vicar of Rudgeley, co. Stafford, b. (at 
Tawstock, co. Devon) 1822; d. (at Ilfracombe) 8 Oct. 1865; and had (with another 
son and da. who d. unm.) issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Henry Scougall. 

2d. John Heamage Scougall. 

3d. Charles Scougall. 

id. Hugh Boyick Watkin Scougall. 

5d. Frederica Elizabeth Scougall, m. 6 July 1875, the Rev. Alfred Henry Malan 
[grandson of Dr. Cesar Malan of Geneva] (Altarnou Sanctuary, Launceston, Corn- 
wall) ; and has issue (with a da. who died in infancy) le to 2e. 

le. Francis Malan, b. 30 May 1877. 

2e. Lionel de Merindol Malan, b. 16 Mar. 1884. 

2b. 1 Margaret Metcalfe, b. 1795 ; d. ( - ) ; m. 1822, the Rev. Charles Hutchinson 
of Firle, co. Sussex, Canon of Chichester, d. ( - ) ; and had issue. 

3b.*- Mary Anne Marwood, b. 1813; d. 22 Mar. 1870; m. William Wilcox, 
Collector of H.M. Customs, Sunderland, d. (-); and had issue. 

2a. Cornelius Metcalfe of Manchester and London, Merchant, b. 6 Oct. 1749 ; 
d. after 1795 ; m. Dec. 1773, Sarah, da. of Samuel Bayley of Manchester ; and had 
issue lb to 3b. 

lb. Thomas Metcalfe of Lincoln's Inn and Portland Place, London, and Regency 
Square, Brighton, b. 16 Oct. 1781 ; d. (-) ; m. Christiana Brisbane, da. and h. of 
Henry Kerr Cranstoun [eldest son of the Hon. George Cranstoun, 4th sou of William, 
5th Lord Cranstoun [S.]], d. ( - ) ; and had issue le to 6c. 

lc. Thomas Metcalfe, b. 31 Aug. 1809; d. 1843; m. Grace, da. of William 
Shepperd, London, Banker, d. (-) ; and had issue Id. 

Id. William Marwood Metcalfe, Capt. Royal Elthorne L.I., b. 1839. 

2c. Henry Cranstoun Metcalfe, Civil and Sessions Judge at Tipperah, Bengal, 
b. 20 Sept. 1810 ; d. ( - ) ; m. (— ), da. of (— ) ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Henry Howe Metcalfe, late B.C.S., b. ( — ) ; m. and has issue. 

3c. Ernest Metcalfe, Major 48th Madras Native Infantry, Assist. Resident 
Counsellor, Prince of Wales Island, b. 5 Jan. 1823; d. 1866; m. 1861, Julia 
Catherine, da. of John Shaw of London and Crayford. co. Kent, d. ( - ) ; and had 
issue Id to 2d. [Nob. 10006 to 10027. 

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Id. Hope Cranstoun Metcalfe (Dearbrook, Hersham Road, Walton-on-Thamcs), 
b. (at Penang, Strait Settlements) 22 Feb. 1866; m. 1894, Edith, da. of (— ) 
Kirkpatrick ; and has issue (with one other) le to 2e. 

le. Frances Hope Metcalfe. 

2e. Sylvia Metcalfe. 

2d. Katharine Mary Metcalfe, b. at Harryhur, Mysore ; m. ( — ). 

4c. Christiana Metcalfe, d. ( - ); m. George Clutterbuck Tugwell of Bath, Banker, 
d. ( - ) ; and had issue \d to 2d. 

Id. Rev. George Tugwell, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Bathwick, Bath r 
1871-1894, author of various well-known works (Southcliffe, Lee, Ilfracombe), 
b. (-) ; s.p. 

2d. Henry William Tugwell (Crowe Hall, Bath), b. ( — ) ; w. and has issue (2das.). 

5c. Julia Henrietta Metcalfe, d. (-); m. Francis Ommanney of Piatt House, 
Putney ; and had issue. 

6c. Emily Metcalfe, d. (-) ; m. Francis Orme; and had issue. 

2b. Anne Metcalfe, d. ( -) ; m. James Currie of London ; and had issue. 

3b. Dorothy Metcalfe, d. (-); m. George William Babington, Surgeon 3rd 
Dragoons, d. (-) ; and had (with possibly other) issue \c. 

1c. Cornelius Metcalfe Stuart Babington of Hertford Street, Mayfair, 

3a. Rev. Francis Metcalfe, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of Kirkbride, &c, b. 30 Ap. 
1752 ; d. 11 Nov. 1822 ; m. 12 Nov. 1785, Harriett, da. of John Clough of York, d. 
9 June 1803 ; and had issue 16. 

16. Henry Metcalfe, Lieut. 32nd Regt, b. 10 Feb. 1794 ; bur. 7 Oct. 1828; m. 
Mary, da. of ( ) Gibson of Guernsey ; and had issue \c to 2c. 

\c. Anne Metcalfe, living unm. 1873. 

2c. Harriet Metcalfe, living a widow s.p. 1873; m. ( — ). 

26. John Metcalfe, Capt. H.E.I.C.S., b. 9 Mar. 1793 ; d. (at Madras) 18 June 
1833; m. 2ndly, 30 Sept. 1828, Keturah, widow of the Rev. John Jeffreys, da. of 
George Yarnold of Worcester, d. 5 Jan. 1858 ; and had issue \c. 

\c. John Henry Metcalfe of Crayke Castle, co. York, a well-known Antiquary, 
d. unm. 

36. Thomas Metcalfe, b. 28 Dec. 1796; d.s.p.m. 1879 ; m.' and had issue. 

[Nos. 10028 to 10035. 

37. Descendants of Margaret Metcalfe (Table VI.), b. 1665 ; bur. 

20 Dec. 1690 ; m. as 1st wife, 1672, Daniel Lascelles of 
Stank and North Allerton, M.P., High Sheriff co. York 1719, 
b. 6 Nov. 1655 ; d. 5 Sept. 1734 ; and had issue la to 2a. 

la. Mary Lascelles, bapt. 13 Sept. 1683; d. 25 Ap. 1727; m. 27 Aug. 1706, 
Cuthbert Mitford of North Allerton. 

2a. Elizabeth Lascelles, d. (-); m. 10 Sept. 1713, George Ord of Longridge, 
co. Northumberland, d. 25 Fc6. 1745. 

38. Descendants of Anne Hesketh of Heslington, co. York (see Table 

V.), h. 2 Ap. 1676; d. 19 Ap. 1718; m, (lie. dated 31 Oct.) 
1692, Lieut.-Col. James Yarburgh of Snaith Hall, co. York, 
a godson of King James II., bur. 9 Mar. 1730 ; and had 
issue la. 

la. Charles Yarburgh of Heslington and Snaith Hall, event, sole h., b. 10 May 
1716; d. 6 Aug. 1789; m. 2ndly, Sarah, da. of Sylvanus Griffin of Wirksworth ; 
and had issue 16. 


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16. Sarah Yarburgh, da. and in her issue (1852) sole h., bapt. 18 Mar. 1 7 < > 1 ; 
d. 21 Oct. 1785; m. as 1st wife, 1 Aug. 1782, John Grceme of Sowerby House, 
co. York, J. P., D.L., b. 7 Aug. 1759 ; d. 24 Fee. 1841 ; and had issue \c. 

\c. Alicia Maria Grceme, da. and event, h., b. 1784; d. 3 Jan. 1867; m. 
17 May 1810, George L/oy^ of Stockton Hall, near York, b. 21 May 1787; d. 
12 Mar. 1863 ; aw^ had issue Id to id. 

Id. George John Lloyd, afterwards (R.L. 15 Ap. 1875) Yarburgh, ol Heslington 
Hall, J. P., b. 28 July 1811 ; d. 16 Mar. 1875 ; m. 23 July 1840, Mary Antonin, 
da. of Samuel Chetham Hilton of Pennington Hall, co. Lancaster, d. Jan. 1868; 
awrf /ta<f issue le to 2e. 

\e. Mary Elizabeth Yarburgh. d. 22 Oct. 1884; m. 8 May 1862, George William 
(Bateson, sometime (R.L. 15 Ap. 1876) Bateson de Yarburgh, and finally de Yar- 
burgh -Bat eson), 2nd Baron Deramore [U.K.], d. 29 Ap. 1893; and had issue 
1/ to 5/. 

1/. Robert Wilfred (de Yarburgh-Bateson), 3rd Baron Deramore and a Bart. 
[U.K.J, J.P., D.L., C.C., Major Yorkshire Hussars, &c. {Heslington Hall, Yorkshire ; 
Belvoir Park, Belfast), b. 5 Aug. 1865 ; m. 1st, 15 July 1897, Lucy Caroline, da. of 
William Henry Fife of Lee Hall, Northumberland, d. 26 Oct. 1901"; 2ndly, 26 June 
1907, Blanche' Violet, da. of Col. Philip Saltmaishe of Daresbury, J.P. ; and has 
issue lg. 

lg. Hon. Moira Faith Lilian de Yarburgh-Bateson. 

2/. Hon. George Nicholas de Yarburgh-Bateson, J.P. (North Cliff, Filey: 
Carlton), b. 25 Nov. 1870 ; m. 12 Dec. 1900, Muriel Katharine, da. of Arthur Grey 
(formerly Duncombe) of Sutton Hall, Easingwold ; and has issue \g to 2g. 

lg. Stephen Nicholas de Yarburgh-Bateson, b. 18 May 1903. 

2g. Judith Katharine de Yarburgh-Bateson, b. 22 Mar. 1909. 

3/. Hon. Eustace de Yarburgh-Bateson, b. 13 Oct. 1884. 

4/. Hon Mary Lilla de Yarburgh-Bateson. 

5/. Hon. Katherine Hylda de Yarburgh-Bateson. 

•le. Susan Anne Yarburgh, d. 21 May 1908 ; m. 25 Jan. 1865, Charles Leth- 
bridge, J.P., High Sheriff co. Hants 1895 [Bt. [U.K.] 1804 Coll.] (Heytesbury, 
Wilts ; Carlton) ; and had issue 1/ to 6/. 

1/. Ambrose Yarburgh Lethbridge, late Lieut. Grenadier Guards, b. 2 Nov. 1874 ; 
d. 11 Sept. 1909; m. 4 Feb. 1898, Violet (Trcvissome, Flushing, Falmouth), da. of 
Charles Townsend Murdoch, M.P. ; and has issue lg to 3g. 

lg. Thomas Charles Lethbridge, b. 23 Mar. 1901. 

2g. Ambrose William Speke Lethbridge, b. 6 Ap. 1907. 

3g. Jacintha Lethbridge, b. 7 June 1904. 

2/. Mary Lethbridge, m. 19 Ap. 1888, the Rev. Herbert Barnett, Vicar of 
Bracknell (Bracknell Vicarage, Berks) ; and has issue lg to 3g. 

lg. John Canning Lethbridge Barnett, 6. 27 May 1894. 

2g. Avice Mary Barnett. 

3g. Bridget Susan Barnett. 

3/. Dorothea Lethbridge, m. 17 Nov. 1892, Arthur Finch Charrington (East 
Hill, Oxted, Surrey ; Oxford and Cambridge) ; and has issue lg to 4g. 

lg. Peter Ronald Lethbridge Charrington, 6. 27 June 1897. 

2g. John Arthur Pepys Charrington, 6. 17 Feb. 1905. 

3g. Lettice Mary Charrington, b. 28 June 1906. 

4g. Susan Auriol Charrington, b. 26 Sept. 1908. 

if. Ellinor Lethbridge. 

5/. Ruth Lethbridge, m. 14 Jan. 1904, Willoughby Arthur Pemberton (11 
Lower Belgrave Street, S.W. ; White's ; St James') ; and has issue lg to 2g. 

lg. Mordaunt Ashington Sigerist Pemberton, b. 15 Mar. 1907. 

2g. Camilla Lethbridge Pemberton, b. 5 Oct. 1905. 

6/. Rachel Lethbridge. [Nos. 10036 to 10060. 


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2d. Rev. Yarburgh Gamaliel Llovd, afterwards Llovd-Greame of Sewerby House, 
co. York, J. P., b. 18 July 1813 ; d. 30 May 1890 ; m. 7 May 1839, Edit'ia Christian, 
da. of William Augustus Le Hunte of Astramount, co. Wexford, d. 1900 ; and had 
issue le. 

\e. Yarburgh George Lloyd-Greame of Sewerby House, M.A. (Camb.), J. P., 
Lieut.-Col. {ret.) Yorkshire Artillery Militia (Sewerby House, Bridlington), b. 
15 June 1840 ; m. 6 Aug. 1867, Dora Letitia, da. of the Right Rev. James Thomas 
O'Brien, Lord Bishop of Ossory ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Yarburgh Lloyd-Greame, late Lieut. Yorkshire Artillery, b. 19 May 1872; 
m. 11 Jan. 1898, Alice Mary, da. of Major George Mark Leycester Egerton of The 
Mount, York ; and has issue Ig to 2g. 

\g. Yarburgh Derek Lloyd-Greame, b. 1902. 

Ig. Nancy Lloyd-Greame. 

2/. Philip Lloyd-Greame. 

3/. Editha Lloyd-Greame. 

Af. Dora Lloyd-Greame, m. 1904, Capt. George Martin Hannay, formerly 
King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

3d. Rev. Henry Lloyd, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of Yarburgh, b. 31 Dec, 1815; 
d. 17 Nov. 1862 ; m. 30 Sept. 1857, Anne Eliza, da. of the Rev. William Roy, D.D., 
d. 27 May 1903 ; and had issue le to 3e. 

If. George William Lloyd of Stockton Hall, J.P., M.A. (Camb.) (Stockton Hall, 
near York), b. 4 Mar. 1861 ; unm. 

le. Henry John Greame Lloyd, Major Cornwall Militia, late Duke of Cornwall's 
L.I. (Byams, Marchwood, Hants), b. 6 June 1862; m. 9 Dec. 1886, Caroline Emily, 
da. of John Harris Peter-Hoblyn of Colquite, co. Cornwall ; and has issue 1/ to 5/. 

If. Cyril Gascoigne Lloyd, b. 11 Sept. 1887. 

If. John Rodney Lloyd, b. 21 June 1890. 

3/. Henry Greame Lloyd, b. 2 Dec. 1892. 

4/. Caroline Doris Lloyd. 

5/. Kathleen Anne Lloyd. 

3e. Alicia Margaret Lloyd. 

id. Edward Lloyd of Lingcroft, near York, b. 27 May 1823; d. 4 Feb. 1869; 
m. 21 Sept. 1854, Rosabella Susan, da. of George Lloyd of Cowsby Hall, co. York, 
d. 20 July 1909; and had issue le to Se. 

le. Georgina Rosabella Lloyd, m. 15 July 1879, George St. Maur Palmes, late 
14th Hussars [himself a descendant of King Edward III.] (Lingcroft, near York); 
and has issue 1/ to 5/. 

If. Geoffrey St. Maur Palmes, b. 26 Dec. 1881. 

2/. Edward William Eustace Palmes, b. 23 Aug. 1884. 

3/. Bryan Wilfrid Palmes, b. 3 June 1891. 

if. Cecil Muriel Palmes, m. 1908, Alick May Cunard, Lieut. 5th Royal Irish 
Rifles ; and has issue lg. 

Ig. [son] Cunard. 

■)f. Joan Mary Georgina Palmes. 

2t'. Edith Maria Greame Lloyd, m. 22 Ap. 1879, Frederick Reynard of Sunder- 
landwick and Hobgreen, J. P., D.L. (Sunderlandwick, Driffield ; Hobgreen, Ripley) ; 
and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Claude Edward Reynard, b. 9 Feb. 1880. 

If. Charles Frederick Reynard, b. 14 Jan. 1889. 

3e. Cecil Mary Lloyd, m, 9 Nov. 1887, Henry Charles Talbot Rice, late Capt. 
4th Batt. Gloucester Regt. [B. Dynevor Coll.] (North Cerney House, Cirencester) ; 
and has issue If to 3/. 

If. Harry Talbot Rice, b. 27 July 1889. 

If. John Arthur Talbot Rice, b. 3 Jan. 1892. 

3/. David Talbot Rice, b. 11 July 1903. [Nos. 10061 to 10089. 

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39. Descendants, if any, of Matilda Bethell (Table V.), (/.(-); 
m. the Rev. Robert Goodwin. 

40. Descendants, if any surviving, of Katherine Slingsby (Table 

IV.), bapt. 31 July 1584; d. a. 1621; m. as 1st wife (lie. 
dated) 1603, Sir John Fenwick of Fenwick, 1st Bart. [E.], d. 
1658 ; and had issue (with a son who d.s.p.v.p.) la to 2a. 

la. Catherine Fenwick. 
2a. Elizabeth Fenwick. 

41. Descendants of Alice Slingsby (Table IV.), d. (-); m. as 1st 

wife, Thomas Waterton of Walton Hall, co. York, b. c. 1585 ; 
d. 1641 ; and had issue la to 7a. 

la. Thomas Waterton of Walton Hall, d. (-); m. Alice, widow of Edward 
Clarke of Winterset, da. of ( — ) Wetherby ; and had issue \b to 46. 

lb. Thomas Waterton of Walton Hall, d. (-); m. Catherine, da. of Nicholas 
Fairfax of Gilling ; and had issue Ic. 

\c. Charles Waterton of Walton Hall, bur. 25 Jan. 1726; m. 1st, Anne, da. of 
Sir William Gerard, ith Bart. [E.] ; 3rdly Anne, da. of William Poole [Bt. of Poole 
Coll.], living 1726 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Charles Waterton of Walton Hall, imprisoned at York, 1746, as a Jacobite, 
d. ( - ) ; m. 1733, Mary, da. of Cresacre More of Bamborough [Qth in descent from 
Sir Thomas More] ; and had issue \e to ie. 

\e. Thomas Waterton of Walton Hall, bur. 19 Mar. 1805 ; m. Anne, da. and h. 
of Edward Bedingfield [Bt. Coll.]; and had issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Charles Waterton of Walton Hall, Author of " Wanderings in South 
America," &c, b. 3 12 June 1782; d. 27 May 1865; m. (at Bruges) 11 May 1829, 
Anne, da. of Charles Edmonstone of Cardress Park, co. Dumbarton, d. 27 Ap. 1830 ; 
and had issue Ig. 

lg. Edmund Waterton of Walton Hall and afterwards of Deeping Waterton, 
Knight of the Order of Christ, Private Chamberlain to H.H. Pope Pius IX., J. P., 
D.L., F.S.A., &c, b. 7 Ap. 1830; d. 1887; m. 1st, 20 Aug. 1862, Margaret Alicia 
Josephine, da. and co-h. of Sir John Ennis, 1st Bt. [U.K.], d. (at Cannes) 26 Dec. 
1879; 2ndly, 15 Nov. 1881, Helen, da. and h. of John Mercer of Alston Hall, co. 
Lancaster, J. P. ; and had issue \h to Ih. 

\h. Charles Edmund Maria Joseph Aloysius Waterton of Deeping Waterton, 
co. Lincoln, b. 10 June 1863 ; d. 23 Feb. 1897 ; m. 1890, Josephine, da. of John Rock 
of Northbank, Shepton Mallet ; and had issue li to H. 

It. Joseph Waterton (Deeping Waterton Hall, Market Deeping), b. 18 Nov. 

2f. Charles Waterton. 

3i. Edmond Waterton. 

U. John Waterton. 

2h. Thomas More Mary Joseph Pius Waterton (Johnstone, Enfield ; Martins- 
town, co. Meath), b. 8 July 1876. 

3h. 1 Mary Paula Pia Waterton, a Canoness Regular of St. Augustine's, Bruges. 
ih. 1 Agnes Mary Pia Waterton. 
5/j. 1 Josephine Mary Everilda Pia Waterton. 
6/z. 2 Monica Mary Colette Paula Waterton. 

7/j.- Ethelburga Mary Magdalen Pega Waterton. [Nos. 10090 to 10099. 


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2f. Isabel Waterton, d. (-) ; m. John Philips Steel of Wakefield.^ 

2e. Christopher Waterton of Woodlands, co. York, and Demerara, d. 10 Oct. 
1809; m. Anne, widow of Edward Bermiugham, da. of John Waddell, M.D. ; d. 
29 Aug. 1821 ; and had issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. George Waterton of Woodlands, and afterwards (1851) of Hunslett and of 
Dublin in 1865, " an Officer in the Austrian Service, d. (-) ; m. 1S5-, the Baroness 
Matilda, widow of Maurice, Baron Mack von Leiberich (d. 28 Feb. 1851), da. of 
Joseph Felix William Dominic (von Barco), Baron Barco [H.R.E. 1745], b. 27 Dec. 
1805; d. (-). 

If. Henry Waterton of Winsford Lodge, co. Chester, in 1843, d. ( - ) ; m. Isabella, 
da. of William Wallace Ogle of Cawsey Park, Northumberland, d. 1889 ; and had 
issue Ig to ig. 

Ig. Charles Waterton, b. ( — ); I ,,, , . „ „ , , 

-d i. ui.i.wx J .7/Nf settled in New Zealand. 
2g\ Bertram Robert Waterton, b. ( — ) ; I 

Bg. Rev. Canon George Webb Waterton (Durran-hill, Carlisle), b. ( — ). 

ig. Frances Waterton, d. 12 Feb. 1890; m. 1st, 4 June 1860, Edward Seymour- 
Ball-Hughes, d. 1866/7 ; 2ndly, 24 June 1872, Sir Maurice Duff-Gordon, ith Bt. 
[U.K.], d. 5 May 1896 ; and had issue \h to Bh. 

\h. Charles Ball-Hughes, b. Dec. 1862; d. Mar. 1897. 

•2h. Marie Louise Ball-Hughes (22 Royal Avenue, Sloane Square, S.W.), m. 
12 Aug. 1885, Henry Arthur Tennent, d. 6 Nov. 1905 ; and has issue \i to 5i. 

\i. Marguerite Lucy Tennent, b. 1 July 1886. 

2i. Violet Frances Tennent, b. 24 Sept. 1887. 

Bi. Myrtle Marie Ida Tennent, b. 10 Oct. 1888. 

ii. Olive Cecilia Tennent, b. 21 Nov. 1889. 

5». Iris Veronica Tennent, b. 18 Nov. 1890. 

Bh. Caroline Lucie Duff-Gordon, m. 1 July 1902, Aubrey William Wateriield 
(Northboume Abbey, Eastry, R.S.O.); and has issue \i. 

\i. Henry Gordon Ottiwell Waterfield, b. 24 May 1903. 

3/. Matilda Waterton, A. 14 July 1865; m. 25 July 1829, Edmund William 
Jerningham [B. Stafford Coll.], d. 2 Nov. 1860 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 448-449, Nos. 19067-19104. 

Be. Mary Waterton, b. 1733; d. (? unm.). 3 

ie. Anne Waterton, d. (-) ; m. [ ] Daly. 3 

Id. Robert Waterton. 3 

'id. Joseph Waterton. 3 

id. Catherine Waterton. 3 

•2b. John Waterton. 3 

35. Alice Waterton. 3 

ib. Anne Waterton. 3 

2a. Priscilla Waterton, bur. 10 Sept. 1638 s.p.s. ; m. as 1st wife, Tlwmas 
Beckwith of Aickton. 

3a. Elizabeth Waterton, d. (-) ; m. as 2nd wife, Francis Malham of Elslack 
in Craven, b. 22 May 1660 ; d. (-) ; and had issue lb.* 

lb. Francis Malham, aged 16, May 1666. 

4a. Mary Waterton, d. (-) ; m. 1st, William Ramsden of Lascellcs Hall, co. 
York', d. shortly before 30 Sept. 1639 ; 2ndly, Sir Thomas Smith of Broxton [brother 
to 1st Lord Carrington 5 ] ; and had (with possibly others by 2nd husband) issue lb. 

[Nos. 10100 to 10148. 

1 Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees." 2 Freih. Taschenbuch, 1865, p. 22. 
3 Foster's "Yorkshire Pedigrees." 4 Whitaker's "Craven," p. 91. 

5 She was possibly his second wife. In Nichol's " Leicester " (iii. 29) he is 
said to have married the daughter and heiress of Sir Thomas Blackston [Blakiston, 
1st Bart., see p. 299], and no issue is mentioned. 

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16. John Ramsden, h. to father, and aged 51 years and 2 months 30 Sept. 

5a. Rosamund Waterton. 

6a. /Iwwe Waterton, m. Francis Middelton. 

la. Frances Waterton. 

42. Descendants of Anne Stapylton [sister and b. of Sir Martin 
Stapylton of Myton, 8th and last Bart. [E.]] (Table VII.), d. 
( - ) ; m. 1770, the Rev. John Breu, M.A., and Fellow of Balliol 
College, Oxford, and Rector of Marks Tey, co. Essex, (/. 179G ; 
and bad issue la to 3a. 

la. Martin Bree, afterwards (R.L. 13 July 1811) Stapylton of Myton, b. Sept. 
1771 ; d. 7 Mar. 1842 ; m. 1st, Sophia, da. of William Parsons of Plymouth ; 2ndly, 
Anne, da. of William Curtis of Chiswick ; and had issue lb to 4b. 

lb. Stapylton Stapylton of Myton, b. 22 Jan. 1798 ; d. 8 Julv 1864 ; m. 2ndly, 
5 Aug. 1830, Margaret, da. of Thomas Tomlinson of York, d. 29 Nov. 1S83; and 
had issue Ic to 2c. 

lc. Henry Miles Stapylton of Myton, J. P., D.L., b. 8 July 1831 ; d.s.p. 
25 Mar. 1896. 

2c. Martin Bryan Stapylton, M.A. (O.wn.), J. P., Bar.-at-Lau\ b. 12, Nov. 1832 ; 
d. 2 Jan. 1894; m. 11 £)cc. 1860, Mary Jane, da. of John Brymer of Islington 
House, Dorset, d. 1 Jan. 1885 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Miles Jobn Stapylton of Myton, Lord of the Manor of Eston, co. York, 
J. P., D.L., Major late Yorkshire Hussars and 21st Lancers {Myton Hall, Hdperbv), 
b. 28 Mar. 1869 ; m. 14 Feb. 1900, Norah Evelyn, da. of J. H.' Love of Hawkhills, 
Easingwold ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Miles Henry Stapylton, b. 29 Jan. 1901. 

2e. Ursula Evelyn Mary Stapylton. 

3c. Norah Cecilia Stapylton. 

2d. Martin Frederick Stapylton, late R.N., b. 1 Oct. 1873; m. 3 Sept. 1901, 
Ethel Horatia, da. of J. H. Love of Hawkhills, Easingwold ; and has issue lc. 

lc. Olive Love Stapylton. 

3d. Laura Mary Stapylton, m. 1st, 19 Dec. 1882, Col. Huntly Bacon of Apton 
Hall, co. Essex, d. 9 June 1897 ; 2ndly, Aug. 1898, James Leslie Wanklyn, formerly 
M.P. Central Bradford (75 Chester Square, S.W. ; A asleagh House, Leenane, Galway) ; 
and has issue le. 

lc. Vera Marguerite Bacon, m. Arthur T. Hodgson of Smallwood, co. Staff., 
late 60th Rifles. 

4rf. Violet Louise Stapylton, m. 11 Ap. 1894, Edmund Clerke Schomberg of 
Seend House, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Wilts 1902 (Seend House, Melksham). 

2b. Rev. Martin Stapylton, Rector of Barlborough, d. 1869; m. 17 July 1828, 
Elizabeth Henrietta Stote, da. of the Rev. James Watson State Donnison of Felis- 
kirk, co. York, d. 1887 ; and had issue lc to 8c. 

lc. Rev. Martvn Stapylton, M.A. (Durham), Rector of Barlborough, b. 12 June 
1830 ; d. (-); m. June 1866, Esther, da. of the Rev. Robert Cock, d. 30 Dec. 1869 ; 
and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. John Stapylton, b. 21 Ap. 1867; m. 1891, Annie Mathilde, da. of Henry 
Carter Moore; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Henry Bryan Stapylton, b. 8 Ap. 1892. 

2c. Elizabeth Olive Stapylton. 

2d. Hilda Stapylton. 

2c. Harriet Elizabeth Stapylton. [Nos. 10149 to 10161. 


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3c. Jane Emma Stapylton, d. 7 Dec. 1865 ; m. as 1st wife, 16 Nov. 1854, 
Richard Laurence Pemberton of The Barnes and Bainbridge Holme, co. Durham, 
J. P., D.L., b. 12 Oct. 1831 ; d. 21 /wwe 1901 ; and had issue Id to 6d. 

Id. John Stapylton Grey Pemberton of The Barnes and Bainbridge Holme, 
formerly (1900-1906) M.P. for Sunderland (The Barnes, Sunderland ; Bainbridge 
House, near Sunderland; Belmont Hall, near Durham, &c), b. 23 Dec. 1860; m. 
1st, 11 June 1890, Janet Maud (see p. 102), da. of Lieut. -Col. Sir Thomas Horatio 
Marshall, C.B., d. 20 Oct. 1892; 2ndly, 22 Ap. 1895, Nira, da. of Hercules Grey 
Ross, B.C.S. ; and has issue le to 3c. 

\e. Richard Laurence Stapylton Pemberton, b. 10 Ap. 1891. 

2c. 2 Nira Penelope Pemberton. 

2>e." Eleanor Mary Pemberton. 

U. Ralph Hylton Pemberton, b. 17 July 1864. 

3d. Ellen Pemberton. m. 14 June 1883, Col. Emilius Clayton, R.A. ; and has 
issue (3 sons and 2 das.). 

id. Mary Laurence Pemberton. 

5d- Laura Penelope Pemberton. 

Qd. Jane Emma Stapylton Pemberton, m. 12 Sept. 1894, Edmund Robert 
Durnford (Fagoo, Bengal); and has issue (a da). 

4c. Laura Anne Stapylton, d. 13 Dee. 1858; m. as 1st wife, 16 Dec. 1857, 
Lieut.-Col. Sir Thomas Horatio Marshall, C.B., J. P. (Bryn-y-Coed, Bangor) ; and 
had issue Id. 

Id. Henry Stapylton Marshall, b. 4 Nov. 1858. 

5c. Susan Mary Roper Stapylton. 

6c. Margaret Monica Stapylton, m. 14 Ap. 1863, George Thomas John 
Bucknall (Sotheron-Estcourt), 1st Lord Estcourt [U.K.], J. P., D.L. (Estcourt, near 
Telbury ; Darrington, W.R. Yorks). 

7c. Frances Blanche Stapylton, d. 2 June 1861 ; m. 9 Ap. 1860, Rudolph 
Zwilchenbart of Liverpool ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Blanche Zwilchenbart, m. Col. de Courcy Daniell, late R.A. ; and has 
issue (3 das.). 

8c. Octavia Constance Stapylton, d. (- ); m. the Cavaliere F. F. Figulelli (Rome) ; 
and had issue Id. 

Id. Francesca M. S. Figulelli, now living in Italy. 

36. Bryan Stapylton, d. (-) ; m. Lucy, da. of the Rev. A. Johnson, Rector of 
South Stoke, near Bath ; and had issue. 

4b. Laura Anne Stapylton, b. 1809 ; d. 23 Oct. 1894, aged 86, bur. at Brompton ; 
m. 1829, Thomas Vardon of Esher, formerly Librarian to the House of Commons, 
b. 1799 ; d. 12 Ap. 1867 ; and had (with a son, Capt. Noel Hasenden Bryan Vardon, 
who d.s.p. Dec. 1883) issue \c to 2c. 

lc. Eva Dora Anne Vardon, b. 20 Dec. 1831 ; d. 8 Dec. 1881 ; m. l852,Charles 
James Diiraut, b. June 1829; d. (at Sidmouth) 14 Jan. 1903; and had (with 2 
younger sons who d.s.p.) issue Id- 

Id. Charles Richard Durant, educ. at Eton (13 Egerton Gardens, S.W. ; The 
Manor House, White Waltham), b. 20 Sept. 1853 ; m. 27 Sept. 1887, the Hon. Nora 
Augusta Maud [descended from the Lady Anne, sister to King Edward IV., &c. (see 
Exeter Volume, p. 239)], widow of Alexander Kirkman Finlay, da. of Hercules 
George Robert (Robinson), 1st Baron Rosmead [U.K.], P.O., G.C.M.G. ; and has 
issue le. 

le. Noel Henry Colin Fairfax Durant, b. July 1S88. 

2c. Laura Emily Bethune Vardon, d. (-) ; m. Capt. F. Walker, 1th Dragoon 
Guards. [Nos. 10162 to 10177. 

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2a. John Bree of Emerald, Keswick, d. (-); m. Eliza, da. of ( — ) Bearcroft ; 
and had issue lb to 66. 

16. John Bree, d. in India. 

2b. Henry Bree, d. 1837. 

3b. Charles Robert Bree of Colchester, M.D., F.Z.S., J. P., Author of "Birds of 
Europe not observed in the British Isles," il.s.p. Oct. 1886 ; m. 19 Dec. 1845, Frances 
Elizabeth, da. of Sir Augustus Brydges Henniker, 3rd Bart. [U.K.], d. 19 Nov. 

4b. Stapylton Bree, d. at sea. 

5b. Right Rev. Herbert Bree, Lord Bishop of Barbados 1882-1899, formerly 
Vicar of Brampton, d. (-); m. 1st, July 1860, Jane Sarah, da. of Edgar Rust 
d'Eye, Rector of Drinkstone, d. 18 June 1863 ; 2ndly, Nov. 1865, Mary Harriet, da. 
of W. Newland of Bramley, co. Surrey, A. (-) ; and had issue \c to 1c. 

\c. Charles Herbert Bree, b. 20 May 1851. 

2c. Edward Henry Bree, b. Oct. 1852. 

3c. Arthur Stapylton Bree, b. 1854. 

4c. John Bree, b. 1858. 

5c 1 Janet Bree, m. 22 June 1887, Robert Michael Nowell-Usticke of Polsue 
Philleigh, J. P. (Polsue Philleigh, near Grampound Road, Cornwall) ; and has 

See below, Nos. 10190-10191. 

6c. 8 Mabel Eleanor Bree. 

7c. 2 Evelyn Mary Bree. 

6b. Emily Bree, d. (-) ; m. the Rev. George Thomas Hall, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar 
of Albrighton 1899-1908 (Kingsland, Shrewsbury). 

3(7. Rev. Robert Francis Bree of Sydenham, M.A., d. (-) ; m. 2ndly, (— ), da. 
of ( — ) Richards of Ireland ; and had issue 16 to ib. 

16. Rev. Robert Stapylton Bree, M.A., Rector of Tintagel, co. Cornwall, d. 1851 ; 
m. 1st, Fanny, da. of the Rev. J. Bindlass of York, A. (-) ; 2ndly, 5 Nov. 1838, 
Philippa Allen, da. and co-h. of Sir Edwin Bayntun Sandys, 1st Bart. [U.K.], 
d. ( - ) ; and had issue lc to 5c. 

Ic. 2 Robert Bree. 

2c. 2 Miles Bree, 6. 1845. 

3c. Emma Charlotte Sophia Bree, d. (-); m. 10 Ap. 1844, the Rev. Edwin 
Montfort Stephen Sandys, A. 14 Dec. 1854; and had issue. 

4c. Lucy E. Marianne Bree, A. (-) ; m. 20 Ap. 1858, Stephen Usticke Nowell- 
Usticke (R.L. 23 Feb. 1852), previously Beauchant, of Falmouth, J. P., b. May 1818 ; 
d. Mar. 1875 ; and had issue Id to 6d. 

Id. Robert Michael Nowell-Usticke of Polsue Philleigh, J. P., Capt. Cornwall 
and Devon Miners Art., &c. (Polsue Philleigh, near Grampound Road, Cornwall), 
6 20 Oct. 1859 ; m. 22 June 1887, Janet (see above), da. of the Right Rev. Herbert 
Bree, D.D., Lord Bishop of Barbados ; and has issue lc to 2e. 

lc. Robert Stapylton Nowell-Usticke, 6. 2 Mar 1892. 

2c. Phyllis Evelyn Nowell-Usticke. 

2d. Michael Stanley Nowell-Usticke, 6. 1864. 

3d. William G. Stapylton Nowell-Usticke, 6. 1866; m. 1889, Elizabeth, da. of 
Charles Wright of Wirksworth ; and has issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Gordon Wright Nowell-Usticke, 6. 9 Sept. 1894. 

2e. Claude Stapylton Nowell-Usticke, 6. 20 July 1898. 

3c. Robert Stanley Nowell-Usticke, 6. 25 Ap. 1901. 

Ad. Charles Michael Nowell-Usticke. 6. 1869; m. 14 June 1900, Margaret de 
Visme, da. of Charles Wright of Wirksworth ; and has issue lc. 
lc. Charles de Visme Nowell-Usticke, 6. 30 May 1902. 

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5d. Lucy Elizabeth Nowell-Usticke, d. 5 June 1888; m. 2 /wra 1881, Capt. 
George Hewat, King's Own Scottish Borderers ; and had issue le to 2c. 

le. Dora Lucy Hewat. 

2e. Frances Hewat. 

Gd. Minna Georgiana Nowell-Usticke, m. 11 Jan. 1905, David Pearson (Edin- 

5c. Laura Bree, d. ( - ) ; m. T. Watson Chapman, Lieut. R.N. 

2b. Rev. Edward Nugent Bree of Auckland, New Zealand, M.A., d. (-) ; m. 
1st, Hanna, da. of ( — ) Fox of St. Bees, co. Cumberland, d. (-) ; 2ndly, E., da. of 
( — ) King of Hereford, d. ( - ) ; and had issue 1c to 4c. 

lc. Miles Reginald Bree, b. 2 Oct. 1849 ; d. 30 Ap. 1899 ; m. 1st, at Auckland, 
N.Z., 5 Nov. 1873. Louisa, da. of Col. Balneavis, oSthRegt., d. (-) ; 2ndly, at Gore, 
7 July 188-, Sarah Eliza (Gore, New Zealand), adopted da. of Judge Mansford of 
Port Chalmers, N.Z. ; and had issue Id to 6d (with 2 sons and a da., d.s.p.). 

l^. 2 Brian Stapylton Bree, b. 21 June 1885. 

2d.- Reginald Nugent Stapylton Bree, b. 30 Nov. 1890. 

3d. 2 Edward Nugent Stapylton Bree, b. 1G Oct. 1893. 

id. 1 Ethel Balneavis Bree, b. 1 Oct. 1876; m, A. Jordan (Dunedin, New 

5d: 2 Monica Louisa Stapylton Bree, b. 10 June 1884 ; d. 20 Jan. 1907. 

&d.- Adela Lucy Stapylton Bree, b. 4 Aug. 1887 ; m. at Wellington, N.Z., 
17 June 1908, Guy Hardy Scholefield [son of John Hoick Scholefield] (88 Gleneldon 
Road, Strcatham, S.W.); and has issue lc. 

lc. Jack Hardy Bree Scholefield, b. 10 Oct. 1909. 

2c. Eleanor Annie Bree, m. George Burnett (Wangarei, New Zealand). 

3c. Lucy Martina Bree, m. as 2nd wife, 28 Nov. 1862, Col. Sir Thomas Horatio 
Marshall, C.B., J.P., late 3rd Mil. Batt. Cheshire Regt. (Bryn-y-Cocd, Bangor ; 
Hartford Beach, Cheshire); and has issue Id to Id. 

Id. Thomas Edward Marshall, Major R.A. (Malta), b. 28 July 1865. 

2d. John Marshall, Lieut. R.N. (Brynhild, Festittg Grove, Southsea), b.12 Nov. 
1868; m. 21 Aug. 1897, Hilda Renue, da. of Capt. Herbert Lempriere, late Hants 
Regt. ; and has issue lc to 2c. 

lc. George Herbert Lempriere Marshall, b. 23 Feb. 1901. 

2c. Renee Marshall. 

3d. Reginald Marshall, b. Dec. 1870. 

id. Rev. Charles Cecil Marshall, Vicar of St. Chad's (St. Chad's Vicarage, Far 
Headingley, Leeds), b. 26 May 1872 ; m. 2 Aug. 1905, Ethelred Hope, da. of Charles 
Havelock ; and has issue lc. 

lc. Mary Havelock Marshall. 

5d. Agnes Bertha Marshall, m. 24 Sept. 1884, Sydney Piatt [youngest son of 
John Piatt of Werneth Park, Oldham, M.P., J. P., D.L.] (24 Loinidcs Square, 
S.W.) ; and has issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Lionel Sydney Piatt, 17th Lancers, b. 1 Oct, 1885. 

2c. Eira Guendolen Piatt. 

6d. Janet Maud Marshall, d. 20 Oct. 1892 ; m. as 1st wife, 11 June 1S90, John 
Stapylton Grev Pemberton of The Barnes and Bainbridge House, late M.P. (The 
Barnes, near Sunderland, &c); and had issue. 

See p. 100, No. 10163. 

Id- Everilda Lucy Marshall, m. 21 Ap. 1906, Major Robert Warren Hastings 
Anderson, Highland Light Infantry [2nd son of Col. J. W. Anderson of Bourhouse, 

4c. Alice Bree, b. c. 1852; d. at Napier, N.Z., 21 Ap. 1895; m. at All Saints 
Church, Ponsonby, Auckland, N.Z., Horace William Baker of Napier; and had 
issue Id to 3d. [Nos. 10199 to 10221. 


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\d. Tudor Nugent Baker, 6. 9 Aug. 1881 ; m. Dec. 1006, Elsie, da. of (— ) 
Bayley of Taranake, N.Z. ; and has issue le. 

le. Horace Holland Baker, 6. 3 Jan. 1909. 

2d. Horace Matliias Baker, b. 23 Feb. 1887 ; mwi. 

3d. Adele Gwendoline Baker, m. at St. John's Cathedral, Napier, N.Z., 21 Nov. 
1896, Walter Menzies Fulton (see p. 212) (Box 5465, Johannesburg) ; s.p.s. 

3b. Mary Anne Bree, d. ( - ) ; m. A T . Smith. 

46. Julia Bree, d. ( - ) ; m. Charles Douglas, Capt. in the Guards. 

[Nos. 10222 to 10225. 

43. Descendants, if any, of Elizabeth Stapylton (Table VII.), 

d. (-) ; m. Henry Waller, M.P. for Wycombe, co. Bucks. 

44. Descendants of Grace Robinson (Table VII.), b. 5 Jan. 1718 ; d. 

2G Nov. 17GG ; m. Ap. 17:39, the Very Rev. William Freind, 
D.D., Dean of Canterbury, d. (-) ; and had issue la to 4a. 

la. Robert Freind, b. 1740; d. (?s.p.) 20 Jan. 1780. 

2a. Rev. William Maximilian Freind, Rector of Chinnor, co. Oxon., d. 11 June 
1804; m. 25 Feb. 1778, Deborah, da. and h. of Thomas Walker of Woodstock, co. 
Oxon., d. 13 June 1781 ; and had issue 16. 

16. Deborah Susannah Freind, da. and event. (1795) //.., d. 24 Mar. 1810; m. 
as 1st wife, 26 May 1802, Henry Jeffrey (Flower), 4th Viscount Ashbrook [I.], b. 
6 Nov. 1776 ; d. 4 May 1847 ; and had issue \c to 3c. 

\c. Henry (Flower), 5th Viscount Ashbrook [/.], b. 17 June 1806; d. 3 Aug. 
1871 ; m. 7 June 1828, Frances (see p. 108), rfa. of the Ven. Sir John Robinson, 
previously Freind, 1st Bt. [U.K.], d. 15 June 1886 ; and had issue Id to Qd. 

Id. Henry Jeffrey (Flower), 6th Viscount Ashbrook [I.], b. 26 Mar. 1829; 
d.s.p. 14 Dec. 1882. 

2d. William Spencer (Flower), 7th Viscount Ashbrook [I.], b. 23 Mar. 1830; 
d.s.p.s. 25 Nov. 1906. 

3d. Robert Thomas (Flower), 8th Viscount Ashbrook [I.], formerly Lieut. -Col. 
Royal Canadian Regt. (Castle Durrow, Durrow, Queen's Co. ; Knockairina House, 
Durrow, Queens Co.; Carlton), 6. 1 Ap. 1836; m. 18 July 1866, Gertrude Sophia 
(see p. 108), da. of the Rev. Sewell Hamilton of Bath ; and has issue le to 5e. 

le. Hon. Llowarch Robert Flower (Knockairina House, Durrow, Queen's Co.), 
6. 9 July 1870; m. 14 Feb. 1899, Gladys Lucille Beatrice [descended from the 
Lady Isabel Plantagenet (see the Essex Volume, p. 289)], da. of Gen. Sir George 
Wentworth Alexander Higginson, K.C.B. 

2e. Hon. Reginald Henry Flower, 6- 15 June 1871; m. 10 May 1901, Kate, 
da. of Col. Cuming of Crovar, co. Cavan. 

3e. Hon. Frances Mary Flower, in. 2 Sept. 1893, Harry Ernest White [2nd 
son of Gen. Sir Robert White of Aghavoe, K.C.B. ] (Aghavoe, Queen's Co.) ; and has 
issue 1/. 

1/. Robert Llowarch White, 6. 19 Jan. 1896. 

4e. Hon. Eva Constance Gertrude Flower. 

5e. Hon. Gertrude Flower. 

id. Hon. Mary Sophia Flower, b. 17 June 1832; d. 17 Ap. 1886; m. 2 Oct. 
1860, Major Robert Blakeney, 48th Regt., d. 20 June 1902; and had issue (with a 
younger da. d. unm.) le to 4e. 

le. Henry Ross Blakeney, 6. 2 Ap. 1862. 

2e. Frederick Robert Blakeney, 6. 16 May 1863. 

3e. Ernest Charles Cecil Blakeney, b. 27 Jan. 1869. 

4e. Frances Alice Blakeney. [Nos. 10226 to 10236. 

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M. Hon. Frances Esther Flower, b. 17 Mar. 1834; d. 21 May 1881; m. 
14 July 1857, John Capel Philips of the Heath House, co. Staffs., and Newlands, 
co. Glouc, J -P., D.J,., d. (-) ; and h id issue (with a son d. young) le to 4e. 

le. Burton Henry Philips (see below), O.M.G., Lieut.-Col. Reserve of Officers, 
formerly Royal Welsh Fusiliers (The Heath House, Teane, co. Stafford), b. 1 Oct. 
1858 ; m. 10 Feb. 1904, Lucy Madeline, da. of Col. George Blucher Heneage Marton 
of Capernwray ; and has issue If. 

If. Audrey Adelaide Philips. 

2e. John Augustus Philips, b. 1 Jan. 1861 ; num. 

3c Frances Margaret Philips, m. 1885, Ernest Capel Cure [youngest son of 
Robert Capel Cure of Blake Hall, co. Essex, and a descendant maternally of King 
Henry VII.] (see Tudor Roll, p. 451)]. 

4c. Bertha Mary Philips. 

Q>d. Hon. Caroline Gertrude Flower (Capernwray Hall, Burton, Westmorland), 
m. 1 May 1866, George Blucher Heneage Marton of Capernwray, J.P., D.L., and 
High Sheriff co. Lancaster 1877, M.P. Lancaster 1885-86, Hon. Col. 3rd and 4th 
Batt. R. Lancaster Regt., d. 18 Aug. 1905 ; and has issue le to 10c. 

le. George Henry Powys Marton of Capernwray (Capernwray, co. Lancaster ; 
White's), b. 11 Ap. 1869. 

2e. Richard Oliver Marton, D.S.O., Capt. R.A., is 1st Assist. Sup. of Experi- 
ments at School of Gunnery, b. 24 Aug. 1872; m. 4 Ap. 1899, Margaret Elizabeth 
[descended from King Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, p. 404)], da. of Egerton Leigh 
of Jodrell Hall [by his wife, Lady Elizabeth, nee White] ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Oliver Egerton Christopher Marton, 6. 25 May 1903. 

2/. Guy Burton Heneage Marton, b. 5 Nov. 1904. 

3e. Rev. Lancelot Edward Marton, b. 25 July 1878. 

4c. Lionel Marton, Lieut. Royal Berks. Regt., b. 7 Aug. 1879. 

5c. Augusta Adelaide Cecily Marton, m. 20 Oct. 1896, Stanley Hughes Le 
Fleming, J. P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Westmorland, Hon. Major Westmorland and 
Cumberland Yeo., Lord of the Manors of Backermet, Skeriwith, Kirkland, and 
Brathmuire, co. Cumberland, Coniston, co. Lancaster, and Rydal, co. Westmorland 
(Rydal Hall, Ambleside ; Carlton) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. Michael George Le Fleming, b. 17 July 1900. 

2/. Richard Cumberland Le Fleming, b. 22 July 1901. 

3/. [da.] Le Fleming, b. 27 May 1905. 

6c. Lucy Madeline Marton, m. 10 Feb. 1904, Lieut.-Col. Burton Henry Philips, 
C.M.G. (The Heath House, Teane) ; and has issue. 

See above, No. 10238. 

le. Florence Augusta Marton, m. 16 Feb. 1901, John Ralph Aspinall [son 
and h. of Ralph John Aspinall of Standen Hall, co. Lane, J.P., D.L.] (30 Queen's 
Gate Terrace, S.W.). 

8e. Alice Caroline Marton. 

9c. Adelaide Esther Marton. 

lOe. Georgina Mary Marton. 

2c. Hon. Susannah Sophia Flower, b. 5 July 1803; d. 6 Nov. 1864; m. 1st, 
21 May 1824, the Rev. William Robinson [2nd son of the Ven. Sir John Robinson, 
1st Bt. [U.K.] (see p. 107)], d. Dec. 1834; 2ndly, 26 Dec. 1836, William Wilson 
Campbell of Dublin, M.D., d. 1856 ; and had issue (with possibly others by 2nd 
husband) Id to 2d. 

Id. Caroline Susannah Robinson, d. (-) ; m. Aug. 1854, Major-Gen. Arthur J. 
Macan Rainey of Trowscoed Lodge, Leckhampton Road, Cheltenham ; and had issue. 

2d. Helena Robinson, d. June 1899; m. 21 Sept. 1880, Sew ell Hamilton (see 
p. 108). 

3c. Hon. Caroline Flower, b. 30 July 1807; d. 17 Ap. 1840; m. as 1st wife, 

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26 Mar. 1829, Henry Every (see p. 107), 1st Life Guards [son and h.-app. of Sir 
Henry Every, 9th Bt. [£.]], d.v.p. 27 Feb. 1853 ; and had issue Id to M. 

Id. Sir Henry Flower Every. 10th Bt. [£.], D.L., b. 23 Dec. 1830 ; d. 2G Feb. 
1893; m. Indly, 12 Oct. 1859, Mary Isabella (18 Montagu Street, W .), da. of the 
Rev. Edmund Hollond of Benhall Lodge, Saxmundham (see p. 108) ; and had issue 
leto 8e. 

le. Henry Edmund Every, Capt. South Wales Borderers, b. 9 Oct. 1860; d.v.p. 
1 Dec. 1892; m. 18 Nov. 1884, Leila Frances Harford, da. of the Rev. Henry 
Adderley Box, M.A., d. 4 Feb. 1890 ; and had issue \f. 

1/. Sir Edward Oswald Every, 11th Bt. [E.] (Egginton Hall, Burton-upon- 
Trent), b. 14 Jan. 1886 ; m. 17 Aug. 1909, Ivy Linton, da. of Major Alfred Meller 
of Rushmere, co. Suffolk. 

le. Right Rev. Edward Francis Every, D.D., M.A. (Camb.), Lord Bishop of 
the Falkland Islands (Calle Industria, Buenos Aires), b. 3 Ap. 1862. 

Be. Ernest Hollond Every {Colorado Springs, U.S.A.), b. 10 July 1870; m. 
20 Dec. 1902, Beatrice May, da. of Harvey Young of Colorado Springs; and has 
issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Ernest Henry Every, b. 14 Feb. 1906. 

If. Patricia Every, b. 26 Mar. 1904. 

Ae. Alice Vere Every. 

5e. Eleanor Maude Every (18 Montague Street, W.). 

Qe. Constance Margaret Every. 

le. Clara Helen Every, m. as 2nd wife, 11 Oct. 1899, the Lev. Edward Digby 
Stopford Rani of Clonattin, co. Wexford, Rector of Oxted [descended from King 
Henry VII. (see the Tudor Roll, p. 161)] {Oxted Rectory, Surrey) ; and has issue 1/ 
to 2/. 

1/. Abel James Ram, b. 3 Nov. 1902. 

If. Andrew Ram, b. 26 Mar. 1908. 

8?. Agnes Mabel Every. 

2d. Oswald Every, Capt. loth Foot, b. 26 June 1835 ; d. 26 Jan. 1892 ; m. Is/, 
3 June 1862, Cecilia Charlotte, da. of Henry Charles Burney, LL.D., d. 1882; 
Indly, 1885, Florence Amy (4 Weslerfield Terrace, Wcetens Lane, Liscard), da. of 
William Sheridan of Fawsley, co. Devon ; and had issue le to 9e. 

le. Edward Every, b. 1865. 

le. Oswald Every, J. P., Lieut, late West India Regt., formerly Sergeant 
21st Lancers, has West Africa Medal and Clasp 1898-1899 {Hampton Hall, 
Worthen, Salop), b. 25 May 1872 ; m. 11 Feb. 1902, Edith, da. of James Whitaker 
of Hampton Hall, co. Salop, J. P. 

3e. Victor George Every, b. 1886. 

4e. John Every, b. 1888. 

5e. Francis Flower Every, b. 1890. 

§e? Florence Every, b. 29 May 1863 ; d. 14 May 1908; m. 23 Sept, 1886, the 
Rev. Alexander Frederick de Gex. J. P., Rector of Meshaw and Creacombe {Meshaw 
Rectory, South Molton, Devon) ; and had issue If. 

If. Buthven Gore de Gex, b. 4 July 1887. 

le. 1 Beatrice Every, b. 29 May 1865 ; d. 5 Dec. 1893 ; m. 13 Dec. 1887, Thomas 
Husband Gill, Solicitor (3 St. Aubyn Street, Devonport) ; and had issue If to 3/. 

1/. Eric Every Gill, b. 16 Sept. 1888. 

2/. Oswald Tom Every Gill, b. 15 Aug. 1891. 

3/. Basil Every Gill, b. 24 Nov. 1893. 

St;. 1 Cissy Vere Every. 

9e. x Mabel Every. 

3d. Caroline Penelope Every {Avenue Lodge, Eastbourne), m. 29 Ap. 1852, Sir 
George Ebenezer Wilson Couper, 2nd Bt. [U.K.], K.C.S.I., C.B., CLE., d. 5 Mar. 
1908 ; and has issue le to le. [Nos. 10259 to 10282. 

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le. Sir Ramsay George Henry Couper, 3rd Bt. [U.K.], formerly Lieut. King's 
Royal Rifle Corps, Afghan Medal with two clasps and Bronze Star, b. 1 Nov. 1855 ; 
in. 1884, Nora Emma S., da. of Horatio Willson Scott of Hampstead ; and has issue 
1/ to 3/. 

1/. Guy Couper, b. 12 Mar. 1889. 

2/. Sybil Couper. 

3/. Evelyn Couper. 

2c. Victor Arthur Couper, Lieut. -Col. 4th Batt. the Rifle Brigade, has Burmese 
and Punjab Medals (Naval and Military), b. 4 Ap. 1S59. 

3e. Edward Edmonston Couper, Lieut. -Col. Comdg. 9th Gurkha Regt., has 
Indian Frontier Medal (East India United Service), b. 15 Dec. 1860; m. 28 June 
1899, Daisy Ethel Aylmer, da. of Henry E. Rose of Whiteshools, Bourton-on-the- 
Water ; and has issue If. 

]/. John Victor Hay Couper, b. 1902. 

\e. James Robert Couper {Mansfield House, Moffat), b. 24 June 1863 ; m. 
27 Oct. 1897, Jessie, da. of John Kissock of Drummore, co. Kirkcudbright; and 
has issue 1/ to 4/. 

1/. George Robert Cecil Couper, b. 15 Oct. 1898. 

2/. John Every Couper, b. 15 Nov. 1900. 

3/. Jem Ramsay Couper, b. 13 Mar. 1904. 

4/. Doris Helen Couper, b. 14 Mar. 1907. 

5e. Caroline Georgiana Jane Elizabeth Couper, m. 6 Sept. 1881, Major-Gen. 
Frederick William Benson, C.B., is in charge of Administration, Southern Com- 
mand, has South African Medal with 3 clasps, &c. (Salisbury ; Army and Navy). 

6e. Ada Lucy Couper. 

le. Maude Madeline Couper. 

U. Jane Charlotte Rose Every, d. 5 July 1874; m. 23 Nov. 1858, the Rev. 
Rowland Mosley, Rector of Egginton [Bt. Coll.], d. 24 July 1888; and had issue 
le to 8e. 

le. Arthur Rowland Mosley, J.P., Major formerly 6th Dragoons, has Queen's 
Medal with 3 clasps and King's with 2 clasps for South African War (The Hollies, 
Linslade, Leighton Buzzard; Cavalry, &c), b. 8 May 1862; m. 16 Oct. 1899, 
Henrietta, da. of Henry Bolden. 

2e. Godfrey Mosley, of Messrs. Taylor, Simpson 1- Mosley, 35 St. Mary's Gate, 
Derby, Solicitors, B.A. (Oxon ), Major 5th Batt. Sherwood Foresters (35 St. Mary's 
Gate,' Derby), b. 15 June 1863. 

3e. Ashton Edward Mosley (Peterborough, Ontario), b. 24 Oct. 1868. 

<ie. Wilfred Rowland Mosley, Architect (Windsor Road, Slough), b. 25 Ap. 

5e. Theresa Jane Mosley ~j 

6e. Mildred Isabel Mosley ,,-, , , _. „- ,, n , „ , . 

„ c , , ., r, ■ t, , t , r (Glenbrook, Duhield Road, Derby), 
le. Sybil Georgiana Rose Mosley 

8e. Jane Agnes Muriel Mosley J 

5d. Maria Georgiana Every (104 Beaufort Street, 5.11'.), m. 21 Oct. 1863, the 
Rev. William Mills Parry Pym, Vicar of Corsham, d. 19 July 1872; and has issue 
le to 3e. 

le. Paul John Every Pym, b. 28 Ap. 1870; unm. 

2e. Guy William Every Pym (Malahiwi. Geraldine, New Zealand), b. 9 July 
1871 ; in. 2 Mar. 1905, Elsie, da. of Robert George Alcorn of West Maitland, 
Australia, M.D. ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Guy Pym, b. 2 May 1906. 

2/. Jack Pym, b. 1 Nov. 1907. 

3/. Vere Pym, b. 19 Aug. 1909. 

3e. Caroline Vere Pym, m. 4 Oct. 1883, Alfred Edward Flood (Rowborough, 
Cookham, Berks) ; s.p. [Nos. 10283 to 10312. 


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3a. Ven. Sir John Robinson (R.L. 29 Nov. 1793), previously Freind, 1st Bt. 
[U.K.], so cr. 14 Dec. 1819, Archdeacon of Armagh, b. 15 Feb. 1754; d. 16 .-!/>. 
1832 ; m. 1786, Mary Anne, da. of James Spencer of Rathangan, co. Kildare, 
d. 19 Jan. 1834 ; and had issue 16 to 96. 

lb. Sir Richard Robinson. 2nd Bt. [U.K.], b. 4 Mar. 1787; d. 2 Orf. 1847; 
m. 25 Feb. 1813, La^y Helena Eleanor, da. of Stephen (Moore), 2nd Earl of Mount 
Cashell [I.], d. at Paris 23 Se/>*. 1859 ; and had issue \c to Ac. 

lc. Sir John Stephen Robinson, 3rd Bt. [U.K.], C.B., Hon. Col. Uh Batt. 
Royal Irish Rifles, b. 27 Sept. 1816; d. 21 May 1895; m. 2 Sept. 1841, Sarah 
Blackett, da. of Anthony Denny of Barham Wood, co. Herts [Bt. of Tralee Coll.], by 
his wife the Hon. Marv Patience, nee Collingwood, d. 26 Oct. 1875 ; and had issue 
Id to 2d. 

Id. Sir Gerald William Collingwood Robinson, 4th Bt. [U.K.], b. 11 Feb. 
1857; d. unm. 31 May 1903. 

2d. Maud Helena Collingwood Robinson of Rokeby, m. 26 Mar. 1890, Richard 
Johnston Montgomery of Beaulieu (Beaulieu, co. Louth ; Killineer House, co. Louth ; 
Rokeby Hall, co. Louth) ; s.p. 

2c. Sir Richard Harcourt Robinson, 5th Bt. [U.K.], formerly Lieut.-Col. 
60th Rifles (3 Harley Gardens, S.W.; Army and Navy), b. at Pisa, 4 Feb. 
1828; unm. 

3c. Helena Esther Florence Robinson, b. at Florence 1817; d. 22 Dec. 1900; 
m. as 2nd wife, 10 Jan. 1849, Lieut.-Col. Baron Knut Philip Bonde, K.N.S. 
(R.N.O.), K.C.N. (R.N.Ekk.), K.L.H. (R.F.H.L.) [B. Bonde [Sweden, No. 20, 
1802] Coll.]. b. 1815 ; d. Oct. 1871 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Baron Carl Bonde, Lord of the Manors of Fituna, &c, b. 1853 ; d. (appar- 
ently s.p.) a. 1890. 

2d. Baroness Ingeborg Helena Bonde, b. 1849 ; d. (? unm.) a. 1880. 

3d. Baroness Florence Charlotte Lucie Bonde, b. 1851; d. (-); m. 1870, 
Kammarherren John Henning von Horn, K.D.D. (R.D.D.O.). 

4c. Elizabeth Selina Robinson, b. at Paris ; d. 16 June 1891 ; in. 26 Oct. 1843, 
Adolphe, Viscount de St. Geniez ; and had issue (a son and da.). 

2b. Rev. William Robinson, Rector of Bovevagh, co. Deny, b. 20 Dec. 1793 ; d. 
Dec. 1834; m. 21 May 1824, the Hon. Susannah Sophia, da- of Henry Jeffrey 
(Flower), 4th Viscount Ashbrook [I.] ; and had issue. 

See p. 104. 

3b. Sir Robert Spencer Robinson, K.C.B., F.R.S., Admiral R.N., Comptroller 
of the Navy 1861-1871, b. 6 Jan. 1809 ; d.s.p. 27 July 1889. 

46. Jane Robinson, d. 31 Aug. 1860; m. 1st, 2 Aug. 1825, George Powney, 
d. (?s.p.) 1827; 2ndly, as 2nd wife, 20 Feb. 1844, Henry Every [son and h.-app. of 
the 9th Bt., see p. 104], d. (? s.p. by her) 27 Feb. 1853. 

56. Louisa Robinson, d. 24 Dec. 1849; m. as 2nd wife, 20 Dec. 1821, the 
Rev. William Knox [E. of Ranfurly [I.] Coll.], d. 26 Feb. 1860; and had issue 
Icto 2c. 

lc. Anne Eliza Knox, d. (-); m. 25 Sept. 1856, the Ven. James Gaspard le 
Marchant Carey, Archdeacon of Essex, d. 1885; and had issue Id. 

Id. Gaspard William Carey, 6. 9 Aug. 1864. 

2c Frances Emily Knox, d. 26 May 1863 ; m. as 1st wife, 7 Nov. 1858, Robert 
Vescy Truell of Bally henny, co. Wicklow, d. 27 Feb. 1867 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Louisa Anne Truell. 

2d. Phoebe Editha Truell, m. as 2nd wife, Feb. or July 1896, Robert Vesey 
Stoney of Rosturk Castle, &c, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Mayo 1884 (Rosturk 
Castle, co. Mayo ; Inaskerkin, co. Mayo ; Knockadoo, co. Roscommon) ; and has 
issue le to 2e. 

le. Thomas Samuel Vesey Stoney, 6. 23 Aug. 1898. 

2e. Robert Vesey Stoney, 6. 24 Sept. 1903. [Nos. 10313 to 10319. 


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6b. Caroline Robinson, b. 1801 ; d. 4 May 1886; m. 2 Nov. 1822, John James 
(Pomeroy), 5th Viscount Harberton [/.], b. 29 Sept. 1790; d. 5 Oct. 1862; and had 
issue lc. 

Ic. James Spencer (Pomeroy), 6th Viscount Harberton [I.], J. P. (3 Ashburn 
Place, S.W.; 19 Albert Road, Great Malvern), b. 23 Nov. 1836; m. 2 Ap. 1861, 
Florence Wallace, da. of William Wallace Legge of Malone House, co. Antrim, 
D.L. ; and has issue \d to 3d. 

Id. Hon. Ernest Arthur George Pomeroy, formerly Capt. 3rd Batt. Royal 
Dublin Fusiliers, has S. African Medal (6 Camden House Chambers, Kensington, 
W.), b. 1 Dec. 1867. 

2d. Hon. Ralph Legge Pomeroy, formerly Capt. 5th Dragoon Guards, served 
in S. Africa 1899-1902 (Hcyford Manor, Weedon ; Isthmian ; Cavalry), b. 31 Dec. 
1869 ; m. 25 June 1907, Mary Katherine, da. of Arthur William Leatham of Miser- 
den Park, co. Glos, J. P. ; and has issue \e. 

le. Henry Ralph Mostyn Pomeroy, b. 12 Oct. 1908. 

3d. Hon. Hilda Evelyn Pomeroy (Juniper Hill, Rickmansworth, Herts), m. 
5 Oct. 1892, Thomas Arthur Carless Attwood of Si<>n Hill, Wolverley, F.S.A., from 
whom she obtained a decree of nullity of marriage 1902. 

lb. Frances Robinson, b. 1803; d. 15 June 1886; m. 7 June 1828, Henry 
(Flower), 5th Viscount Ashbrook [I.], d. 3 Aug. 1871 ; and had issue. 

See p. 103, Nos. 10226-10258. 

86. Selina Robinson, d. 30 Aug. 1873 ; m. Nov. 1833, the Rev. Sewell Hamilton 
of Bath, d. (-) ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Sewell Hamilton, b. (—) ; m. 21 Sept. 1880, Helena, da. of the Rev. 
William Robinson (see p. 104), d. June 1899. 

2c. Gertrude Sophia Hamilton, m. 18 July 1866, Robert Thomas (Flower), 8th 
Viscount Ashbrook [I.], Arc. (Castle Durroiv, Durroiv, Queen's Co.) ; and has issue. 

Seep. 103, Nos. 10227-10232. 

9b. Isabella Robinson, d. 23 Jan. 1848; m. as 1st wife, 6 Feb. 1839, the Rev. 
Edmund Hollond of Benhall Lodge, co. Suffolk, d. 19 May 1884; and had issue lc 
to 5c. 

lc. Edmund William Hollond of Benhall Lodge, M.A., Bar.-at-Law, b. 18 Ap. 
1841 ; d. 2 Jan. 1900 ; m. 20 Jan. 1876, Ada (Benhall Lodge, Saxmundham), da. of 
Robert Rygate of Wellington, N.S.W. ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Edmund Robert Hollond of Benhall, B.A., J. P. (Benhall Lodge, Saxmund- 
ham, Suffolk), b. 24 Nov. 1876. 

2c. John Robert Hollond, J.P., D.L., M.A., Bar.-at-Law, formerly (1883-1885) 
M.P. for Brighton (Wonham, Devon), b. 2 Nov. 1843; m. 17 Aug." 1870, Fanny- 
Eliza, da. of Frederick Keats of Braziers, co. Oxon. ; and has issue Id to 6d. 

Id. Robert Edward Hollond, b. 21 July 1871. 

2d. Spencer Edmund Hollond, Capt. Rifle Brigade (41 Princes Gate, S.W.), b. 
19 Mar. 1874; m. 5 Oct. 1905, Lula, da. of Charles Pfizer of New York; and has 
issue le. 

le. Christopher Arthur Spencer Hollond. 

M. Ellen Fanny Hollond, m. 13 Sept. 1899, Edward Cornwall Nicholetts 
(The Manor House, Brent Knoll, Somerset); and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Gilbert Edward Nicholetts, b. 9 Nov. 1902. 

2c. Nina Joyce Nicholetts. 

4d. May Beatrice Hollond. 

5d. Florence Nina Hollond, m. 10 Oct. 1905, Capt. Edward Lisle Strutt [B. 
Belper Coll.] (Travellers'; White's; Alpine). 

6d. Monica Hollond. 

3c. Mary Isabella Hollond (18 Montagu Street, W.), m. 12 Oct. 1859, Sir Henry 
Flower Every, 10th Bt. [E.], d. 26 Feb. 1893 ; and has issue. 

See p. 105, Nos. 10259-10270. [Nos. 10320 to 10389. 

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4c. Esther Harriett Hollond, m. 24 Ap. 1867, the Rev. Basil Kilvington Woodd, 
L.L.M. [son and h.-app. of Basil Thomas Woodd of Conyngham Hall, M.P.], d.v.p. 
16 Ap. 1886 ; and has issue Id to id. 

Id. Basil Aubrey Woodd of Conyngham Hall, J.P., B.A. (Camb.), Bar.-at-Law, 
Lieut. Yorks Hussars Imp. Yeo. (Conyngham Hall, Knaresboroagh ; 35 Tite Street, 
Chelsea), b. 1869; m. 12 Dec. 1895, Rosalie, da. of John Dyson of Moorlands, near 
Crewkerne ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Iris Rosalie Woodd, b. 10 May 1897 ; d. 9 Ap. 1906. 

le. Elaine Jane Woodd, b. 24 Jan. 1899. 

2d. Evelyn Anthony Woodd, b. 13 Dec. 1870. 

3d. Dorothy Eugenia Woodd, m. 10 Jan. 1900, Hugh Roubiliac Roger-Smith, 
M.D., M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.) (1 College Terrace, Fitzjohn's Avenue, 
N.W.); and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Raymond Roger-Smith, b. 21 Nov. 1902. 

2e. Basil Hugh Roger-Smith, b. 5 May 1909. 

3c. Barbara Roger-Smith, b. 6 Ap. 1904. 

id. Gertrude Frances Woodd, m. 7 Sept, 1907, Thomas Walter Breed (Tetlham 
Hill, Battle, Sussex) ; and has issue le. 

le. Nancy Gertrude Breed, b. 13 Aug. 1908. 

5c. Fanny Louisa Hollond, m. Oct. 1884, John Dyson, formerly Judge at 
Feyzabad, Oude. 

4a. Grace Freind, d. 1809; m. 1765, Lieut.-Gen. Campbell, R.M., d. 1812; and 
had issue. [Nos. 10390 to 10400. 

45. Descendants of Francis Lowe of Baldwyn Brightwell, co. Oxon. 
(Table VII.), d. June 1754 ; m. Elizabeth or Frances, da. 
of John Corrance of Parham, d. (-) ; and had issue la. 

la. Catherine Lowe, da. and event, sole h., d. 1789; m. 17 47, William Lowndes 
of Astwood Bury, co. Bucks, b. 1712 ; d.v.p. 1773 ; and had issue lb to '2b. 

lb. William Lowndes, afterwards (1789) Lowndes-Stone of Astwood Bury, 
co. Bucks, and Baldwyn Brightwell, co. Oxon., b. 1750; d. May 1830; m. 15 July 
1775, Elizabeth, da. and co-h. of Richard Garth of Morden, co. Surrey, d. Feb. 1837 ; 
and had issue le to 7c. 

le. William Francis Lowndes-Stone of Brightwell Park, J. P., D.L., D.C.L., 
High Sheriff co. Oxon. 1834, b. 27 Oct. 1783; d. 1858; m. 3 Oct. 1811, Caroline, 
da. of Sir William Strickland of Boynton, 6th Bart. [E.], d. 11 A p. 1867 ; and had 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 233-235, Nos. 4817-4865. 

2c. Rev. Richard Lowndes, afterwards (R.L. 20 Mar. 1837) Garth, of Morden, 
b. 1790; d. 1862; m. Mary, da. of the Rev. Robert Douglas of Salwarpe, d. 1849; 
and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Hon. Sir Richard Garth of Morden, Q.C., M.P., Chief Justice of Bengal 
1875, b. 11 Mar. 1820; d. 23 Mar. 1903 ; m. 27 June 1847, Clara, da. of William 
Loftus Lowndes, Q.C., d. 15 Jan. 1903 ; and had issue le to le. 

le. Richard Garth (Birse, Rugby Road, Brighton), b. 2 June 1848 ; unm. 

2e. George Douglas Garth, b. 15 May 1852; d. 6 Jan, 1900; m. 12 Oct. 1878, 
Mildred (Morden, Iffley Road, Oxford), da. of Arthur Noverre of London ; and had 
issue If to 5/ . 

If. George Douglas Garth, Brewer, j 

2/. Arthur Douglas Garth, Jute and Gunny Broker r b. (twins) 26 Jan. 1880. 
Calcutta), ) 

3/. Humphrey Garth, B.A., Chartered Accountant, b. 8 Oct. 1881. 

if. Margaret Garth. 

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3e. William Garth, Bar.-at-Law (Russell Street, Calcutta), b. 26 Aug. 1854. 

ie. Charles Garth, 6. 10 July 1870; m. Mabel, da. of George Day Harrison; 
has a da. 

5e. Mary Eliza Garth (6 Alfred Place West, S.W.), m. 20 Ap. 1869, Henry 
Leigh Pemberton [youngest son of Edward Leigh Pemberton of Torry Hill, Sitting- 
bourne], b. 1835; d. 29 Mar. 1895; and has issue (with 2 sons and a da. d. unm.) 
1/ to 5/. 

1/. Cyril Leigh Pemberton, b. 6 May 1873; m. 15 June 1909, Mary Evelyn, 
da. of Matthew Megaw of Pont Street, S.W. 

2/. Norman Leigh Pemberton, b. 31 July 1874. 

3/. Harry Leigh Pemberton, b. 3 Feb. 1878. 

if. Guy Leigh Pemberton, b. 23 June 1883. 

5/. Dorothy Leigh Pemberton. 

6e. Helen Frances Garth, m. 5 May 1881, Capt. Alexander Evans-Gordon, 
B.S.C. ; and has issue ]/ to 5/. 

1/. Kenmure Aliek Garth Evans-Gordon, b. 20 Aug. 1885. 
2/. Marjorie Evans-Gordon, m- ( — ). 
3/. Madeline Evans-Gordon, m. (—). 

4/. Jean Evans-Gordon, ) , . 
_ , , _ _ , > twins. 

of. Joan Evans-Gordon, ) 

7e. Evelyn Selina May Garth, m. 3 July 1887, Herbert Tyrrell Griffiths of 
5 Kensington Square, W., M.D., d. 1905 ; and has issue (with a son, Leslie Valentine, 
d. young) 1/ to 3/. 

If. Richard Evelyn Griffiths, b. 8 Ap. 1888. 

2/. Ivor Herbert Griffiths, b. 11 Ap. 1891. 

3/. Joyce May Griffiths, b. 16 Dec. 1901. 

2d. Elizabeth Garth, b. 1827; m. George Cecil Henry, Col. R.A. ; and has 
issue \e to 2e. 

Ie. Charles Cecil Henry, b. 1865 ; m. 24 Sept. 1901, Mary, eldest da. of the 
Rev. Frank Kewley ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. John Charles Henry, b. 1907. 

If. Barbara Henry. 

2e. Mabel Mary Henry. 

3d. Frances Garth (Brightwell, Farnham, Surrey), b. 12 July 1833 ; m. 23 Oct. 
1855, Patrick Lewis Cole Paget, Col. Scots Guards, d. 17 July 1879 ; and has issue 
\e to ie. 

Ie. Gertrude Fiances Paget, m. 1884, Phelips Brooke Hanham, Col. late R.A. ; 
and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Esmond Henry Paget Hanham, b. 12 Mar. 1887. 

2/. Patrick John Hanham, b. 15 Oct. 1893. 

2e. Florence Mary Emily Paget. 

3c. Violet Evelvn Paget, m. 27 Nov. 1906, the Rev. George Harvey Ranking 
(135 Lambeth Road, S.E.). 

ie. Mildred Eileen May Paget, m. 12 Oct. 1889, Henry Lloyd Powell, Major 
R.H.A. (Burton Hall, Christchurch, Hants) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. Ivor Powell, b. 1893. 

2/. Gladys Powell. 

3/. Dorothy Mary Powell. 

3c. Henry Owen Lowndes, b. 1795; d. (-); m. 1827, Sarah Anne, da. of 
Augustus Turnbull of (—), America ; and had issue Id to 2d. 
Id. Kate Lowndes, d.s.p. ; m. ( — ). 
2d- Mary Lowndes, m. ( — ) Stevens of Boston, U.S.A. ; and has issue. 

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4c. Elizabeth Lowndes, d. 'JO 2Voj>. 1865; m. (3 June 1802, John Fane of 
Wormsley [E. of Westmorland Coll.], d. 4 Oct. 1850 ; awd &«d issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 356-358, Nos. 25861-25927. 

5c. Catherine Lowndes, d. (-); m. 1812, the Rev. John Holland, Vicar oj 
Aston Rowant, co. Oxon, d. 13 Nov. 1844 ; and had issue (Pan only child) hi. 

Id. Catherine Holland, d. unm. 23 May 1843. 

6r. Anne Lowndes, d. 21 Aug. 1864 ; m. 13 July 1822, William Henry Sharp, 
b. 27 May 1782 ; d. 13 Oct. 1844 ; and had issue Id. 

\d. Anne Sharp (Balmore, Caversham, Reading), m. 3 Sept. 1861, Robert 
Parker Radcliffe, Major-Gen. R.A., d. 29 Mar. 1907 ; and has issue le to 5e. 

le. Robert Edmund Lowndes Radcliffe (Egmont. Bin field, Bracknell), b. 16 Ap. 
1865 ; m. 7 June 1894, Gertrude, da. of Charles Combe of Cobham Park, co. Surrey, 
J.P., D.L., High Sheriff 1885 ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Joyce Naomi Aileen Radcliffe. 

2e. William Scott Warley Radcliffe, Major Shropshire Light Infantry, b. 3 July 
1866; in. 14 June 1906, Cecily Mary, youngest da. of the Hon. Cecil Parker of 
Eccleston Paddocks, co. Chester ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Cynthia Alice Radcliffe. 

2/. Meriel Margaret Radcliffe. 

Be. Annie Elsie Radcliffe. 

ie. Mabel Maud Radcliffe, m. 2 June 1897, the Rev. Bertram Long, M.A. 
(Camb.), Rector of Wokingham (The Reclorv, Wokingham) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Frederick Kenneth Radcliffe Long, b. 20 May 1900. 

2/. Monica Elsie Long. 

3/. Doris Mary Long. 

5e. Evelyn Mary Radcliffe, m. 25 Ap. 1900, the Rev. Walter Alexander 
Thackeray (Nidd Vicarage, Ripley, Yorks) ; and has issue 1/ to 4/. 

If. Guy St. Vincent Radcliffe Thackeray, b. 22 Jan. 1902. 

If. Colin Michael Carnegie Thackeray, b. 12 May 1903. 

3/. Bernard John Martin Thackeray, b. 6 Oct. 1905. 

4/. Una Madeline Agatha Thackeray. 

7c. Mary Lowndes, b. 4 Feb. 1793 ; d. 10 Nov. 1863 ; m. 8 Oct. 1812, Edward 
Jodrell, b. 19 Nov. 1785 ; d. 14 Sept. 1852 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Edward Jodrell, Capt. lSth(i) 10th Royal Irish, b. 9 Aug. 1813; d. 
27 Jan. 1868 ; m. 4 July 1843, Adela Monckton, da. of the Rev. Sir Edward 
Bowyer-Smijth of Hill Hall, co. Essex, lOfh Bt. [£.], b. 11 Oct. 1823; d. 23 Sept. 
1896 ; and had issue le to 3e. 

le. Sir Alfred Jodrell, 4th Bt. [G.B.] (Bayfield Hall, Holt, Norfolk), b. 13 Aug. 
1847 ; m. 25 Feb. 1897, Lady Jane, da. of James Walter (Grimston), 2nd Earl of 
Verulam [U.K.]. 

2e. Adela Jodrell, m. as 2nd wife, 2 June 1885, Sir John Henry Seale, 3rd Bt. 
[U.K.] (Wonastow Court, Monmouth); s.p. 

3e. Marianne Jodrell (Glaven, Harvey Road, Guildford), m. 5 Nov. 1868, 
Frederick John Nash Ind, Major late 37th Regt., b. 2 Jan. 1832; d.s.p. 11 Mar. 

2^. Rev. Henry Jodrell, Rector of Gisleham, co. Suffolk, b. 28 Jan. 1817; d. 
16 Dec. 1896; m. 19 Oct. 1843, Eloisa Fanny Harriet, 2nd Countess of Cape St. 
Vincent (Condessa de Cabo de San Vincent) [Portugal], da. of Adru. Sir Charles 
Napier, 1st Count of Cape St. Vincent (Conde de Cabo de San Vincent) [Portugal], 
K.C.B. ; and had issue le to be. 

le. Eloisa Napier Jodrell, m. 15 Oct. 1870, David John Dickson Safford. Col. 
Royal West Kent Regt., b. 26 Aug. 1837 ; d. 7 Ap. 1901 ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Charles John Napier Safford, Capt. South Wales Borderers, b. 22 June 
1871 ; d. 1910 ; unm. [Nos. 10490 to 10577. 

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2/. Napier Edward Frederick Safford, Oapt. West India Regt., 6. 24 July 1872 ; 
m- 5 June 1901, Louisa Annie Margaret, da. of ( — ) Jewell; and has issue lg 
to lg. 

lg. John Charles Safford, 6. 15 June 1905. 

2g. Violet Heloise Dorothea Safford. 

3/. Maude Heloise Safford, m. Frank Cox ; and has issue lg to 2g. 

lg. Eileen Marjorie Cox. 

2g. Mavis Heloise Cox. 

if. Stella Fanny Safford. 

2e. Fanny Jodrell (11 St. Andrews Road, W.), m. 3 June 1879, Henry Hope of 
Marland Place, co. Hants, d.s.p. 12 Ap. 1900. 

Be. Mary Campbell Jodrell, m. 28 June 1881, the Rev. Philip Sherlock Gooch, 
Rector of Benacre, co. Suffolk, d.s.p. 29 Ap. 1909. 

ie. Celia Cator Jodrell, m. 10 July 1872, the Rev. Lewis Richard Charles 
Bagot, Vicar of Stanton Lacy [B. Bagot Coll., and a descendant of King Henry 
VII. (see the Tudor Roll, p. 369)] (Stanton Lacy Vicarage, Bromfield, Salop) ; and 
has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Caryl Ernest Bagot, b. 9 Mar. 1877; mini. 

if. Ysolde Cicely Bagot, m. 1899, B. Gordon Snell ; s.p. 

3/. Gladys Mary Beatrice Bagot, m. 18 Jan. 1905, Frank Herbert Leake (Lee 
Mills House, Cork) ; and has issue lg to 2g. 

lg. Maureen Avice Leake. 

2g. Meirell Gladys Leake. 

if. Enid Avice Bagot, m. Sept. 1905, Reuben James Charles Jewitt (Exiling, 
Newmarket) ; and has issue lg. 

lg. Dermod James Boris Jewitt, b. 13 Oct. 1908. 

be. Madeleine Jane Jodrell, m. 3 Sept. 1879, Arthur Keane Tharp (112 St. 
James 1 Court, Buckingham Gate, S.W. ; Eaglehurst, Southampton). 

3d. Mary Jodrell, b. 2 Aug. 1828 ; d. 29 Mar. 1875 ; m. 30 May 1854, Charles 
Bishop of Marston Lodge, co. Oxon, b. 9 Dec. 1833; d. 26 Oct. 1866; and had 
issue le. 

\e. Mary Louisa Jodrell Bishop, m. 8 Sept. 1880, Frederick Marcus Worsley ; s.p. 

■2b. Catherine Lowndes, d. (? unm.). [Nos. 10578 to 10596. 

46. Descendants of Elizabeth Stapylton (Table VII.), d. (-); m. 
John Dodsworth of Thornton Watlass, co. York, D.L., b. c. 
1650 ; d. [-)', and had issue la to 2a. 

la. John Dodsworth of Thornton Watlass, d. (-) ; m. 8 Feb. 1719, Henrietta, 
sister of Matthew Hutton, Archbishop of Canterbury, da- of John Hutton of Marske 
[also a descendant of King Edward III. (see p. 120)], d. 1797; and had issue 
16 to 26. 

16. Henrietta Maria Dodsworth, da. and co-h., d. (-) ; m. 20 July 1761, Sir 
Silvester Smith of Newland Park, co. York, 1st Bt. [G.B.], so cr. 22 Jan. 1784; 
d. 15 June 1789 ; and had issue \c to 2c. 

\c. Sir Edward Smith, afterwards (R.L. 21 May 1821) Dodsworth, 2nd Bt. 
[G.B.], b. 13 Aug. 1768; d.s.p. 31 Dec. 1845. 

2c. Sir Charles Smith, afterwards (R.L. 12 Mar. 1846) Dodsworth, 3rd Bt. 
[G.B.], b. 22 Aug. 1775 ; d. 28 July 1857 ; m. 8 June 1808, Elizabeth, da. and h. of 
John Armstrong of Lisgoole, co. Fermanagh, by his wife, the Hon. Sophia, nee 
Blayney, d. 12 June 1853 ; and had issue. 

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2b. Elizabeth Dodsworth, da. and co-h., b. c. 1723 ; d. 5 Dec. 1772 ; m. c. 1750, 
the Rev. James Tunstall, D.D., Canon Residentiary of St. David's, d. 28 Mar. 1762 ; 
and had issue (of whom 7 das. at least survived him ; 1 only 3, however, were living in 
1772, viz.) lc to 3c. 

lc. Henrietta Maria Tunstall, d. ( - ) ; m. 14 June 1775, /o/iw Oo/< of Oporto, 
Merchant, d. ( - ) ; and had issue Id. 

Id, Sir John Croft of Doddinglon Hall, co. Kent, 1st Bt, [U.K.], so cr. 3 Oct. 
1818, and 1st Baron da Serra da Estrella [Portugal], so cr. 14 Dec. 1853, K.T.S., 
D.C.L., F.R.S., &c, b. (at Oporto) 21 Mar. 1778; d. 5 Feb. 1862; m. ls^, 1 Aug. 
1816, ^wsdw Elizabeth, da. of James Wane, d. 20 Oct. 1819 ; 2?z^y, 24 July 1827, 
j4?wze Knox, da. of the Rev. John Radcliffe, Rector of Limehouse, d. 5 Mar. 1887 ; 
««d had issue le to 2e. 

le. Sir John Frederick Croft, 2nd Bt. [U.K.], 2nd Baron da Serra da Estrella 
[Portugal], b. 31 Aug. 1828 ; d. 24 May 1904; in. 4 June 1856, Emma, da. of John 
Graham of Skelmorlie Castle, co. Ayr ; and had issue 1/ to 12/. 

1/. Sir Frederick Leigh Croft, 3rd Bt. [U.K.], and Baron da Serra da Estrella 
[Portugal] (Doddinglon Place, Sittingbourne), b. 14 Feb. 1860. 

If. Francis Edgar Croft, b. 19 Oct. 1861 ; m. 1891, Zoo, da. of (— ) Bromley; 
and has issue Ig to 3g. 

lg. Lilian Mary Croft. 

2g. Cynthia Croft. 

3g. Eleanor Croft. 

3/. William Graham Croft, b. 26 Dec. 1862. 

4/. Percy Hutton Croft, b. 27 Oct. 1872. 

5/. Tom Radcliffe Croft, b. 1878. 

6/. Constance Margaret Graham Croft, m. 14 July 1887, Gilbert Charles Bourne 
of Cowarne Court, D.L. (Cowarne Court, Ledbury ; Savile House, Oxford) ; and has 
issue Ig to 2g. 

lg. Robert Croft Bourne, b. 15 July 1888. 

2g. Cecily Radcliffe Bourne. 

7/. Gertrude Mary Croft, m. 31 Aug. 1893, Arthur John Chitty, Bar.-at-Law 
[eldest son of the Right Hon. Sir Joseph Chitty, P.C.] (27 Hereford Square, S.W. ; 
Huntingfteld, Faversham, Kent) ; and has issue lg to 'ig. 

Ig. James Malcolm Chitty, b. 1898. 

2g. Margaret Hyacinth Chitty. 

3g. Violet Ada Pamela Chitty. 

8/. Elinor Violet Croft, m. 13 Oct. 1896, Walter Graham Crum (Dalmottar 
House, Old Kirkpatrick) ; and has issue lg. 

lg. Joscelyn Margaret Campbell Crum. 

9/. Ethel Mary Croft, m. 1st, 17 Ap. 1890, Hubert Hedworth Grenville Wells, 
d. 17 Ap. 1904; 2ndly, 1906, Alfred Benjamin (Holly Lodge, Cookham, Berks); 
and has issue lg to 2g. 

lg. Yvo Hedworth Fortescue Grenville Wells, b. 6 Sept. 1893. 

2g. Rose Allada Grenville Wells. 

10/. Editha Croft, m. 6 Mar. 1906, Bateman Lancaster Rose, a Member of the 
London Stock Exchange and Partner in the firm of Linton, Clarke, ifc Co. [5th son of 
Sir Philip Rose, 1st Bt. [U.K.]] (1 Cromwell Road, S.W.); and has issue lg. 

lg. Ronald Paul Lancaster Rose, b. 1907. 

11/. Lucy Croft, m. 17 Oct. 1905, Donald Hatt Noble Graham, Cadet of 
Airthrey ; and has issue. 

12/. Mildred Jessie Graham Croft. [Nos. 10619 to 10642. 

1 " Diet. Nat. Biog.," lvii. p. 315. Foster (" Yorkshire Pedigrees, Dodsworth ") 
calls him Dean of St. Paul's, and only mentions the 3 das., so presumably the others 
died unm.). 

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2e. Elizabeth Anne Croft (Holme Priory, Wareham), m. 26 Aug. 1843, Sir 
Harry Stephen Meysey-Thompson of Kirkby, 1st Bt. [U.K.], so cr. 26 Mar. 1874, 
M.P., J.P., D.L., b. 11 Aug. 1809 ; d. 17 May 1874 ; and has issue 1/ to 9/. 

1/. Henry Meysey (Meysey-Thompson), 1st Baron Knaresborough [U.K.], so 
cr. 26 Dec. 1905, 2nd Bt., J.P., D.L., formerly M.P. for Handsworth, &c. [Kirkby 
Hall, York), b. 30 Aug. 1845; m. 21 Ap. 1885, Ethel Adeline (see p. 218), da. of 
Sir Henry Pottinger, 3rd Bt. [U.K.] ; and has issue lg to 5g. 

lg. Hon. Claude Henry Meysey Meysey-Thompson, Lieut. Rifle Brig., b. 5 Ap. 

2g. Hon. Violet Ethel Meysey-Thompson. 

3g. Hon. Helen Winifred Meysey-Thompson. 

4g. Hon. Doris Mary Pottinger Meysey-Thompson. 

5g. Hon. Gwendolen Carles Meysey-Thompson. 

If. Richard Frederick Meysey-Thompson, Lieut.-Col. Reserve of Officers, for- 
merly Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. 4th Batt. W. Yorkshire Regt., &c. (Nunthorpe 
Court, York), b. 17 Ap. 1847 ; m. 14 July 1879, Charlotte, da. of Sir James Walker 
of Sand Hutton, 1st Bt. [U.K.] ; and has issue lg to 2g. 

lg. Algar De Clifford Charles Meysey-Thompson, b. 9 Nov. 1885. 

2g. Violet Ileene Cassandra Meysey-Thompson, m. 17 Oct. 1905, Major Charles 
William Cuffe-Knox, 4th Batt. Rifle Brigade (Creagh, co. Mayo). 

3/. Albert Childers Meysey-Thompson, Q.C., Bar.-at-Law, b. 13 July 1848; d. 

20 Mar. 1894 ; m. 19 Aug. 1882, Mabel Louisa [a descendant of King Henry VII.], 
da. of Rev. the Hon. James Walter Lascelles [E. of Harewood Coll.] ; and had 
issue lg. 

lg. Hubert Charles Meysey-Thompson, B.A. (Camb.), Bar.-at-Law (Broxholme, 
Ripley), b. 9 June 1883. 

if. Rev. Charles Maude Meysey-Thompson, M.A., Rector of Claydon, b. 5 Dec. 
1849; d. 12 Sept. 1881; m. 28 Ap. 1874, Emily Mary (Hillthorpe House, Scar- 
borough), da. of Sir James Walker of Sand Hutton, 1st Bt. [U.K.] ; and had issue lg. 

lg. Harold James Meysey-Thompson, Capt. 4th Batt. Rifle Brig. (Army and 
Navy ; Bachelors'), b. 24 Sept.*1876. 

5/. Arthur Herbert Meysey-Thompson, late Lieut. Yorkshire Hussars (Scar- 
croft, Yorks), b. 5 Oct. 1852; m. 1 June 1896, Horatia Dorothy, da. of Sir 
Hedworth Williamson, 8th Bt. [E.] ; and has issue lg to 3g. 

lg. Guy Herbert Meysey-Thompson, b. 21 Sept. 1901. 

2g. Sylvia Dorothy Meysey-Thompson. 

3g. Diana Elizabeth Meysey-Thompson. 

6/. Ernest Claude Meysey-Thompson, M.P., J. P., Major Yorkshire Hussars 
(Spellow Hill, Staveley, Knaresborough), b. 18 Feb. 1859; m. 1 Nov. 1894, Alice 
Jane Blanche, da. of Col. John Joicey of Newton Hall, M.P. ; and has issue lg 
to 2g. 

lg. Onslow Victor Claud Meysey-Thompson, b. 1 June 1897. 

2g. Alice Hildegarde Eva Meysey-Thompson. 

If. Elizabeth Lucy Meysey-Thompson, m. 23 Sept. 1868, Walter Stafford 
(Northcote), 2nd Earl of Iddesleigh [U.K.], 9th Bart. [E.], C.B., &c. (Pynes, near 
Exeter) ; and has issue lg to 3g. 

lg. Stafford Henry Northcote, Viscount St. Cyres (Brooks' ; Athenceum), b. 
29 Aug. 1869. 

2g. Lady Rosalind Lucy Northcote. 

3g. Lady Elizabeth Mabel Northcote. 

8/. Mary Caroline Meysey-Thompson, m. 2 July 1878, William Henry Bond, 
late Royal Scots (Tyneham, Wareham) ; and has issue lg to 5g. 

lg. Algernon Arthur Garneys Bond, Capt. and Adj. 4th Batt. Rifle Brig., b. 

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2g. William Ralph Garneys Bond, Sudan O.S., b. 12 Dec. 1880. 
3g\ Edith Cicely Garneys Bond. 
4g. Lilian Mary Garneys Bond. 
5g. Margaret Helen Garneys Bond. 
9/. Amelia Annie Meysey-Thompson. 

2c. Catherine Tunstall (6th da.), d. 18 May 1807 ; m. 1st, the Rev. Edward 
Chamberlayne, Rector of Charlton ; 2ndly, as 2nd wife, 28 July 1806, Horatio 
(Walfole), 2nd Earl of Orford [U.K.], d. (s.p. by her) 15 June 1822. 

3c. Jane Tunstall, d. 26 May 1841 ; m. 1st, Stephen Thompson, d.(-) ; 2ndly, 
3 A T cw. 1792, S»> Everard Home, 1st Bt. [U.K.], F.R.S., President R.C.S. and 
Sergeant-Surgeon to King George III., b. 6 May 1746 ; d. 31 Aug. 1832 ; and had 
issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Sir James Everard Home, 2nd Bt. [U.K.], b. 25 Oct. 1798 ; d.s.p. 

2d. Mary Elizabeth Home, b. c. 1795 ; d. 9 Ap. 1841 ; m. 28 Oct. 1815, Charles 
Powlett Rushworth [son of Edward Rushworth of Farringford Hill, I.W., by his wife, 
the Hon. Catharine, da. and co-h. of Leonard (Troughear), 1st Lord Holmes of Kil- 
mallock [I. 1797], b. c. 1790 ; d. 15 Oct. 1854 ; and had (with 2 other sons and 4 das 
who d.s.p.) issue le to 4c. 

lc. Edward Everard Rushworth. C.M.G., D.C.L., Colonial Secretary and Lieut. - 
Governor of Jamaica, b. 23 Aug. 1818 ; d. of yellow fever in Jamaica 10 Aug. 1877 ; 
m. 1st, 13 Jan. 1855, Amelia Adelaide, da. of Horatio Nelson de les Derniers of 
Vaucheuil, Lower Canada, d. (-) ; and had (with a son and 2 das. who d. unni.) 
issue 1/ to if. 

If. Edward Henry Rushworth, b. 2 Dec. 1864, unm. 

2/. William Arthur Rushworth (United States), b. 3 Nov. 1866; m. and has 
issue a son and da. 

3/. Harriet Jane Rushworth, m. 21 Jan. 1875, Gilbert Robertson Sandbach 
[son of the Rev. Gilbert Sandbach of Woodlands, co. Lancaster] (Stoneleigh, Rossett, 
Denbigh) ; and has issue Ig to 6g. 

lg. Gilbert Robertson Sandbach, b. 22 Aug. 1892. 

2g. Adelaide Mary Sandbach, b. 1 July 1878. 

3g. Doris Annette Sandbach, b. 10 Jan. 1883. 

ig. Eleanor Katherine Sandbach, b. 6 Jan. 1884. 

5g. Violet Marion Sandbach, b. 10 Aug. 1885. 

6g. Margaret Elizabeth Sandbach, b. 3 Aug. 1895. 

4/. Rosamond Linda Rushworth, m. 16 Ap. 1884, the Rev. Cecil Evan Smith, 
Rector of Titsey (Titsey Rectory, Limpsfield, Surrey); and has issue lg to 4g. 

lg. Everard Cecil Smith, Lieut. 3rd Batt. Royal Fusiliers 1908, educ. Win 
Chester Coll. 1897-1903, and Sandhurst 1904-1905, b. 3 Feb. 1885. 

2g. Charles Home Cecil Smith, educ. Winchester Coll. 1902-1906 and Trinity 
Coll., Cainb., 1907, b. 8 May 1889. 

3g. Rosamond Mary Cecil Smith, b. 21 Dec. 1885. 

4g. Linda Katharine Cecil Smith, b. 27 Jan. 1894. 

2c. HoratiaAnn Rushworth, b. 21 July 1823 ; d. 5 Mar. 1859 ; m. 12 July 1851, 
Marcus Staunton Lynch-Staunton of Clydagh, co. Galway, Bar.-at-Law, d. 19 Oct. 
1896 ; and had issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Charles Rushworth Lynch-Staunton of Clydagh, Inspector Local Govern- 
ment Board, Ireland, 1892 (Clydagh, Headford, Tuam), b. 1854. 

2/. Alice Lynch-Staunton. 

3c. Rosamond Rushworth, b. 17 Oct. 1830; d. 24 June 1904; m. 3 Oct. 1861, 
Sir Arthur Townley Watson, 2nd Bt. [U.K. 1866], K.C., d. 15 Mar. 1907; and 
had issue 1/ to if. 

If. Sir Charles Rushworth Watson, 3rd Bt. [U.K.] (Reigate Lodge, Reigate: 
K5 The Albany, Piccadilly ; The Elms, Prior's Hardwick, &c. ; Travellers'), b. 
21 Sept. 1865. [Nos. 10668 to 10689. 

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2/. Arthur Watson, now Cotton-Watson, Capt. 4th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles 
{Isthmian), b. 3 Aug. 1870. 

3/. Mabel Frederica Watson, m. 11 Aug. 1887, the Rev. Reginald Fitz-Hugh 
Bigg-Wither, Rector of Wonston (Wonston Rectory, Micheldever, Hants); and has 
issue lg to 2g. 

lg. Olga Mary Bigg- Wither. 

2g. Joan Gertrude Bigg-Wither. 

if. Amy Catherine Rose Watson. 

ie. Frederica Rushworth, b. 13 Dec. 1836; m. 4 Oct. 1855, the Rev. William 
Birkett, d. ( - ) ; and has issue 1/ to 4/. 

1/. Trevor Birkett. 

If. Mary Birkett, ) 

3/. Leonora Birkett, [- all m. to Germans and residing abroad. 

if. Frederica Birkett, ) 

3d. Charlotte Home, b. 26 Dec. 1802 ; d. 21 Jan. 1878 ; m. 1823, Capt. Bernard 
Yeoman, R.N. [also descended from King Edward III. through the Mortimer-Percy 
marriage (see p. 252)] ; d. 23 Ap. 1836 ; and had (with an elder son, Henry Everard, 
who d.s.p.) issue \e to 3c. 

\e. Constantine Laurence Yeoman, Capt. R.H.A. and Lieut. -Col. Turkish Army 
(25 Orchard Street, Brentford, Middlesex), b. 1828 ; unm. 

2e. Linda Constantia Yeoman, m. 4 Aug. 1857, Francis Rowden of the Inner 
Temple, Bar.-at-Law (72 Braybrooke Road, Hastings); and has (with a son and a 
da. who d.s.p.) issue 1/ to 6/. 

1/. Francis Constantine Bernard Rowden, b. 22 Ap. 1860; unm. 

If. Linda Everardina Rowden, unm. 

3/. Rosa Charlotte Rowden, m. 25 Mar. 1904, John Richards Orpen, Bar.-at- 
Law (Dublin) ; and has issue lg. 

lg. Dorothy Esther Penelope Orpen. 

if. Dora Rowden, unm. 

5/. Eva Rowden, unm. 

6/. Maud Octavia Rowden, m. 14 Nov. 1906, Frederick Oddin-Taylor, D.L. 
(Norwich) ; s.p. 

2e. Rosa Charlotte Yeoman, b. 12 May 1831 ; d. 21 May 1908 ; m. 18 Feb. 
1857, the Rev. Edward Woody att, M.A. (Oxon.), Vicar of Over (St. John's Vicarage, 
Over, Cheshire) ; and had issue 1/ to 8/. 

If. Nigel Gresley Woodyatt, Col. Ghurka Rifles, b. 30 Mar. 1861 ; m. 12 Nov. 
1887, Florence Emily Stewart, da. of Arthur Blakeley Patterson, C.S.I. ; and has 
issue lg. 

lg. Reginald Nigel Gresley Woodyatt, b. 1890. 

2/. Edward Woodyatt (Trunch, North Walsham, Norfolk), b. 23 Dec. 1867; 
m. Oct. 1903, Lillian, da. of James Blanchflower of Norfolk, d. 1907; and has 
issue lg. 

lg. Gwendolen Yeoman Woodyatt. 

3/. Bernard Hale Woodyatt, M.R.C.S., Surg. Albert Infirmary, Winsford (Over, 
Winsford), b. 1 June 1869 ; unm. 

if. George Everard Staples Woodyatt, Capt. 7th Batt. Royal Fusiliers (86 Eaton 
Terrace, S.W.), b. 27 Mar. 1873; m. 3 Oct. 1894, Rosalie Frances Helen, da. of 
Capt. Luxmoore Brooke of Ashbrook Towers, co. Chester; and has issue lg. 

lg. Henry Luxmoore Brooke Woodyatt, b. 19 Sept. 1897. 

5/. Henry Constantine Woodyatt, M.R.C.S., Staff Surgeon R.N., b. 18 May 
1875, unm. 

6/. Florence Woodyatt, unm. 

If. Rosa Louisa Woodyatt, m. 24 Ap. 1895, James Henry Wakeman Best [son 

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of James Best of Holt Castle, co. Worcester] (The Slocks, Suckley, Worcester) ; and 
has issue lg to ig. 

Ig. James Edward Best, b. 1 Jan. 1905. 

2g. Violet Rosalie Best, b. 8 Ap. 1896. 

3g. Florence Beatrice Best, b. 5 July 1898. 

ig. Doris May Best, b. 17 May 1902. 

8/. Edith Beatrice Woodyatt. 

2a. Dorothy Dodsworth, d. (-) ; m. (— ) Bartlet of Nutwitheral, in the parish of 
Masham. [Nos. 10719 to 10723. 

47. Descendants of the Rev. Henry Stapylton, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector 
of Thornton Watlass and Marske, co. York (Table VII.), d. 
9 Feb. 1748 ; m. Mary, da. and h. of the Rev. (— ) Orchard, 
bur. 22 Dec. 1755 ; and had issue la to 5a. 

la. Rev. John Stapylton, M.A., Rector of Thornton Watlass, bapt. 19 Sept. 
1707; d. 3 Oct. 1767; m. 2ndly, 4 Feb. 1754, Lucy, da. of Thomas Wycliffe of 
Gailes, co. York ; and had issue lb. 

lb. Henry Stapylton of Norton, co. Durham, J. P., d. Aug. 1835; m. 3 Jan. 
1786, Mary Ann, da. and h. of Capt. Robert Gregory, R.N. [by his wife, ( — ), da. 
and event, h. of Rear-Adm. Polvcarpus Taylor of Norton], d. (-); and had issue 
If to 3c. 

1c. Robert Martin Stapylton, Army Pay Office, b. 21 Sept. 1793; d. 17 Jan. 
1864; m. 16 Ap. 1818, Martha Eliza', da.' of John Bockett of Southcote Lodge, 
co. Berks, d. (-) ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Robert George Stapylton, Bar.-at-Law, b. 13 Aug. 1820; d. 6 Jan. 1873; 
m. 24 May 1855, Madalina Clementina, da. of the Rev. George Hull Bowers, D.D., 
Dean of Manchester, d. ( - ) ; and had issue le to Be. 

le. Rev. Robert Miles Stapylton, b. 15 Ap. 1864; m. 1892, Margaret, da. of 
the Rev. T. Sharpe, Rector of Little Downham and Canon of Ely ; and has 
issue 1/. 

If. John Miles Stapylton, b. 18 Nov. 1896. 

2e. Olive Harriet Stapylton, unm. 

3e. Mary Ursula Stapylton, m. Walter H. Thorley. 

2d. Henrv Stapylton, emigrated to Australia 1852, b. 15 Aug. 1834; d. 6 Muy 
1902 ; m. at St. Andrew's Church, Braidwood, 6 Jan. 1859, Margaret, da. of Edward 
O'Conor of Dublin ; and had issue le to 3e. 

le. Robert Miles Stapylton (Norton, Wardell Road, Dulwich Hill, Sydney, 
N.S.W.), b. 20 Oct. 1859; m. 24 Jan.,1885, Elizabeth, da. of William McCann of 
Sydney, N.S.W. 

2e. Edward Stapylton, Justice Dept., b. 9 Nov. 1862; in. Jane, da. of Henry 
Underbill, J.P. ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Edward Stapylton. 

Be. Henry Miles Stapylton, Postal Telegraph Dept., b. 25 Oct. 1865; m. 
Caroline, da. of C. Womsen ; and has issue 1/ to 4/. 
If. Alan Stapylton. 
2/. Miles Stapylton. 
3/. Robert Stapylton. 
4/. Margaret Stapylton. 

3d. Miles Stapylton (20 Mortlake Road, Kew, Surrey), b. 9 Feb. 1836 ; m. 
1 Feb. 1868, Sarah Dorcas, da. of the Rev. Benjamin Bradney Bockett, M.A., Vicar 
of Epsom; and has issue le to 5e. [Nos. 10724 to 10736. 

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\e. Bryan Stapylton, Vol. Paget's Horse, b. 23 Nov. 1870; d. of wounds in 
South Africa 13 Mar. 1901. 

2e. Alan Stapylton, M.I.C.E., b. 16 May 1872; m. 27 Oct. 1904, Beatrice, da. 
of the Rev. S. Goklney, M.A. ; and has issue If. 

If. Mabel Grace Stapylton, b. 26 July 1905. 

3e. Ella Mary Stapylton, unm. 

<ie. Mabel Dorcas Stapylton, unm. 

be. Kathleen Eliza Stapylton, m. 16 Sept. 1905, Horatio John Nelson Hawkins, 
C.E.; s.p. 

4d. Mary Jane Stapylton, unm. 

2c. Mary Frances Stapylton, d. 18 May 1878; m. 2 Dec. 1824, Marshall 
Robinson, afterwards (R.L. 19 Aug. 1828) Fowler, of Preston Hall, co. Durham 
[Robinson of Herrington Coll.], d. 28 Feb. 1871 ; and had issue (with 2 sons d.s.p.) 
Id to 2d. 

Id. Robinson Fowler, Bar.-at-Law, Slip. Mag. at Manchester, b. 15 Mar. 1828 ; 
d. 16 Jan. 1895; m. 1st, 18 June 1849 (dissolved 1 Feb. 1859), Olivia Stapylton (see 
p. 119), da. of George William Sutton of Elton Hall, co. Durham; 2ndly, 29 Aug. 
1859, Anne Agnes Erskine, da. of Very Rev. the Hon. Henry David Erskine, Dean 
of Ripon (see p. 227) ; and had issue le to 3e. 

le. Marshall Robinson Fowler, afterwards (D.P. 1878) Stapylton, b. 2 May 
1850; d. 21 Ap. 1894; m. 28 Dec. 1878, Alice Edith, da. of (—) Attwood, d. 
17 Dec. 1881 ; and had issue If. 

If. Algernon Marshall Stapylton, formerly in the Army (Australia), b. 17 Sept. 
1881 ; unm. 

2e. George Stapylton Fowler, b. 30 Mar. 1851 ; num. 

3e. Florence Mary Fowler, unm. 

2d. Marshall Fowler of Preston, J. P., cos. Durham and York (Otlerington 
House, Northallerton), b. 3 May 1834; m. 19 Dec. 1893, Emily Hindman, widow of 
Robert Walton, da. of Capt. James William Armstrong, R.N. ; s.p. 

3c. Olivia Stapylton, b. 13 Ap. 1793; d. Feb. 1883; m. 21 Ap. 1824, George 
William Sutton (R.L. 17 Oct. 1822), previously Hutchinson, of Elton Hall, co. 
Durham, d. 1852; and had issue (with a son and da. d. unm.) Id to 3d. 

Id. John Stapylton Sutton (Faceby, Northallerton), b. 23 Nov. 1832; m. 1855, 
Sarah Jefferson, da. of John Charles Maynard of Harlsey Hall, Northallerton ; and 
has issue le to 3e. 

le. George William Sutton, Land Agent (Eaglescliffe, Yarm.), b. Dec. 1857 ; 
m. 1900, Laura, da. of ( — ) Johnson, d. 1902 ; and has issue 1/. 

If. Eric John Stapylton Sutton, b. 28 Dec. 1901. 

2e. Catherine Olivia Sutton, unm. 

3e. Laura Eugenie Sutton (Faceby Manor, Northallerton), m. 19 Ap. 1886, 
Martin Morrison of Faceby Manor, d. Feb. 1900; and has issue 1/ to 6/. 

1/. Ronald John Martin Morrison, b. 10 Aug. 1884. 

2/. Martin James Morrison, I. 20 Aug. 1893. 

3/. James William Sutton Morrison, b. 11 Dec. 1897. 

4/. Hilda Olive Eugenie Morrison. 

5/. Riva Sarah Mary Morrison. 

6/. Florence Beryl Morrison. 

2d. Grace Sutton, b. 12 Aug. 1826 ; d. 17 Dec. 1894 ; m. 4 June 1850, the Rev. 
Henry Maister, Vicar of Skeffling, co. Yorks, b. at Winestead, Hull, 20 June 1813 ; 
d. 18 June 1898 ; and had issue le to 6e. 

le. Reginald Henry Maister, b. 19 June 1851 ; unm. 

2e. George Sutton Maister (New Zealand), b. 11 July 1855; m. Rose, da. of 
( — ) Andrewes of Hull ; and has issue (4 sons and 3 das.). 

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3e. Rev. Arthur Gerald Maister, Vicar of Mumby (Mumbv Vicarage, Alford) 
b. 20 Feb. 1862; m. 19 Sept. 1899, Edith Jane, da. of John Reed; s.p. 

ie. Henrietta Grace Maister, unm. 

5e. Olivia Lucy Maister (Ravenser, Easington, Hull), num. 

Qe. Edith Everild Maister, m. May 1888, the Rev. John Thomas, Vicar of 
Cutcombe (Cutcombe Vicarage, Dunster, Somerset) ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Henry Evan Eric Thomas, b. 26 May 1900. 

3d. Olivia Stapylton Sutton, b. 2 May 1830; d. 20 Oct. 1872; m. as 1st wife, 
18 June 1849, Robinson Fowler of London, Bar.-at-Law, d. 16 Jan. 1895 ; and had 

See p. 118, Nos. 10743-10745. 

2d. Elizabeth Stapylton, bapt. 26 Aug. 1698 ; d. (-) ; m. Richard Tennant. 

3a. Sarah Stapylton, bapt. 19 Feb. 1703; d. 29 Sept. 1783; m. 8 Aug. 1733, 
Thomas Raisbeck of Stockton and Durham, Solicitor, Mayor of Stockton 1737-1738, 
1747-1757, d. Feb. 1765 ; and had issue \b to '2b. 1 

lb. Thomas Stapylton Raisbeck of Stockton, Solicitor, Mayor of that town 1769, 
1770, and 1788, b. c. 1740 ; d. 4 Dec. 1794 ; m. Sarah, da. of Leonard Robinson of 
Stockton, d. 5 Mar. 1813; and had issue lc. 

If. Leonard Raisbeck of Stockton, Solicitor, d.s.p. 1845. 

2b. William Raisbeck of Newcastle-on-Tyne, living 1768 ; m. Mary, da. of 
(— ) Gunn ; and had issue (a son who d.s.p. and) lc to 2c. 

lc. Sarah Raisbeck, \ a /p \ 

2c. Mary Raisbeck, ) ' 

ia. Olivia Stapylton, bapt. 19 Sept. 1707; d. (-); m. 13 Ap. 1738, the Rev. 
Thomas Robinson, M.A., Rector of Wycliffe, co. York; and had issue lb. 

lb. Mary Robinson, d. 19 July 1815; m. 1771, Joshua Greenwell of Kibbles- 
worth, co. Durham, d. 26 Aug. 1797 ; and had issue lc. 

lc. Robinson Robert Greenwell of Newcastle, b. 3 Ap. 1778 ; d. Nov. 1841 ; m. 
2 Feb. 1819, Elizabeth, da. of John Mellar of Whitby, d. 7 Jan. 1822; and had 
issue Id. 

Id. Rev. William Greenwell of Carr Mount, co. York, M.A., b. 5 Nov. 1819; 
d. 30 Mar. 1899; m. 15 May 1851, Jane, da. of the Rev. William Blow, M.A., 
Rector of Goodmanham, d. 22 Dec. 1879; and had issue le to be. 

Ie. Leonard William Greenwell, b. 26 June 1853. 

2e. Harold Stapylton Greenwell, b. 10 Jan. 1857. 

3e. Augusta Isabella Greenwell, m. 22 Oct. 1878, Alan Greenwell (34 Old Elvet, 
Durham) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Alan Leonard Stapylton Greenwell, b. 29 Jan. 1880. 

2/. William Basil Greenwell, Lieut. Durham L.I., b. 29 Oct. 1881. 

4e. Olivia Greenwell. 

5e. Ethel Edith Mary Greenwell. 

5a. Henrietta Stapylton, bapt. 3 Sept. 1714; d. (-); m. 14 Feb. 1740, John 
Soux of London. [Nos. 10760 to 10774. 

48. Descendants of Frances Norcliffe of Heslington (Table VII.), h. 
16 Sept. 1700; d. 15 July 1770; in. 4 Mar. 1728, Sir John 
Wray of Sleningford, 12th Bt. [E.], b. 24 Oct. 1689; d. 
26 Jan. 1752 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 574-581, Nos. 24241-24443. 

[Nos. 10775 to 10977. 

'Topographer and Genealogist," ii. 91. 

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49. Descendants of FRANCES Stapylton (Table VII), bur. 5 May 

1684; m. (settlement dated 13 Sept.) 1651, John Hutton 
(see p. 310) of Marske, co. York, b. 6 Oct. 1625 ; d. 21 Mar. 
1664 ; and had issue la to 3a. 

la. John Hutton of Marske, b. 14 July 1657 ; bur. 2 Mar. 1731 ; in. (settlement 
dated 24 Nov.) 1680, Dorothy, da. and co-h. of William Dyke of Frant, co. Sussex, 
bur. 7 Jan. 1743 ; and had issue \b to 46. 

lb. John Hutton of Marske, bapt. 18 Nov. 1691 ; d. 16 Jan. 1768; m. Indly, 
5 Mar. 1726, the Hon. Elizabeth, da. and co-h. of James (Darcy), 1st Lord Darcy of 
Navan [G.B.], bapt. 13 Oct. 1706 ; bur. 10 June 1739 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 555-558, Nos. 49684-49747. 

lb. Most Rev. Matthew Hutton, D.D., Lord Bishop of York 1747-1757, and 
of Canterbury 1757-1758, b. 3 Jan. 1692; d. 19 Mar. 1758; leaving issue now 

36. Timothy Hutton, bapt. 31 Mar. 1696. 

ib. Henrietta Hutton, bapt. 23 Oct. 1701; d. 1797; in. 8 Feb. 1719, /o/w 
Dodsworth of Thornton Watlass, co. York ; and had issue. 

See p. 112, Nos. 10597-10723. 

2a. Frances Hutton, b. 7 jl/«r. 1653 ;<!.(-); m. Andrew Wanley of Eyford, 
co. Gloucester. 

3a. Olive Hutton, b. 30 iVou. 1656; d. ( - ) ; m. Thomas Alcock of Chatham, 
bur. (at Marske) 15 Dec. 1698. [Nos. 10978 to 11168. 

50. Descendants, if any surviving, of Ursula Stapylton (Table 

VII.), d. (admon. to da. 21 Ap.) 1693; m. Thomas Pepys of 
Hatcham, Barnes, and Merton Abbey, co. Surrey, Master of 
Jewel Office to Kings Charles II. and James II. and VII., 
bapt. 16 Jan. 1640; d. (-); and had (with possibly other) 
issue la. 

la. Olivia Pepys, m. before 21 Ap. 1693, Sir Edward Smith of Edmondthorp, 
co. Leicester. 1 

51. Descendants of Eleanor Slingsby (Table IV.), d. 1647; m. as 

1st wife, Sir Arthur Ingram of Temple Newsham (Table IV.), 
d. 1655 ; and had issue la to 2a. 

la. Henry (Ingram), 1st Viscount Irvine [S.], bapt. 8 Ap. 1641 ; bur. 13 Aug. 
1666 ; m. (lie. dated 7 June) 1661, Lady Essex, da. of Edward (Montagu), 2nd Earl 
of Manchester [£.], d. (will dated 4, prov. 13 Oct.) 1677 ; and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, Table X., and pp. 149-152, Nos. 17211-17285. 

2a. Arthur Ingram of Barrowby, co. York, d. 13 Sept. 1713; m. Jane, da. of 
Sir John Mallory of Studley, co. York, bur. 3 Aug. 1693 ; and had issue lb to 66. 

16. Thomas Ingram, d. 19 Feb. 1703; m. Frances, da. and h. of John Nichol- 
son of York, M.D. [m. Indly, John Wood of Copmanthorpe, Bar.-at-Law, and] 
d. 23 Mar. 1740 ; and had issue (with 2 sons who d. in infancy) Ic. 

Ic. Frances Ingram, presumably dead s.p. before 1708. 

26. Arthur Ingram, a Turkey Merchant, heir to his nephew Arthur, May 1708 ; 

[Nos. 11169 to 11243. 

1 "Genealogy of the Pepys Family, 1273-1887," by W. C. Pepys. London, 
1887. Pedigree V. 

of Cije Blooti i&opal 

d. ( - ) ; m. Elizabeth, da. of ( — ) Bams ; and had issue which became extinct 
22 May 1830. 

3b. Mallory Ingram. 

4b. Mary Ingram. 

56. Katherine Ingram. 

Gb. Elizabeth Ingram, d. Ap. 1717 \ l m. as 1st wife, 1709, Anstrupus Danby of 
Swinton and Farnley, co. York, b. 1680; d. 12 Mar. 1750; and had issue which 
became extinct 4 Dec. 1833. 

52. Descendants, if any surviving, of the Rev. Charles Slingsby, 

Rector of Rothbury (Table IV.), bapt. 22 Nov. 1561 ; d, (-) ; 
m. Elizabeth, da. of John Ellis of Barnborough, co. York ; 
and had issue la to 3a. 2 

la. Thomas Slingsby, aged 17 and unm. 1617 ; bur. 10 Feb. 1670. 
2a. Margaret Slingsby, m. Thomas Barret of York. 
3a. Mary Slingsby, aged 20, 1617. 

53. Descendants, if any surviving, of Sir William Slingsby of 

Kippax, co. Midx., D.L., Carver to Queen Anne of Denmark 
(Table IV.), d. Aug. 1624 ; m. Elizabeth, da. of Sir Stephen 
Board of Boardshill, co. Sussex ; and had issue la to 2«. :; 

la. Henry Slingsby, Master of the Mint to King Charles I., and as such author 
of the motto " Decus et Tutamen " which appears on the coinage, b. c. 1620 ; d. (- ) ; 
m. according to some, ( — ), da. of Sir ( — ) Cage, and to others, Catherine, da. of Sir 
William Lowther of Great Preston ; and who had issue lb. 

lb. Elizabeth Slingsby, da. and in 1697 sole h.. d. (-); m. Adlard Cage of 
Thavies Inn, Midx. 

2a. Elizabeth Slingsby, aged 8 in 1627. 

54. Descendants, if any surviving, of Sir Guildford Slingsby, 

Comptroller of the Navy (Table IV.), hapt. 7 Oct. 1565 ; d. 
at sea 1631 ; m. 1609, Margaret, da. of William Watter of 
Cundall, Lord Mayor of York in 1620 ; and had issue la 
to 11a. 

la. Guildford Slingsbv, Lieut, of the Ordnance Office and Sec. to the great Earl 
of Stafford, bur. 26 Jan. 1642. 

2a. Sir Robert Slingsby of Newcells, 1st Bt. [£.], so cr. 16 Mar. 1661 ; b. c. 
1611; d.s.p. 26 Oct. 1661. 

3a. Percy Slingsby. 

4a. Walter Slingsby. 

5a. George Slingsby. 

6a. Francis Slingsby of St. Martin's in the Fields, will proved 1670. 

7a. Sir Arthur Slingsby of Bifrons, 1st Bt. [E.], so cr. 19 Oct. 1657 ; b. c. 
1623; bur. 12 Feb. 1666; m. (— ), a Flemish lady who was living 26 Ap. 1666; 
and had issue lb to 4b. 

1 J. Fisher's "History of Masham," p. 244. 

2 Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees." 3 Ibid. 


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lb. Sir Charles Slingsby of Bifrons, 2nd Bt. [£.], living abroad 1670; sold 
Bifrons 1677, after which nothing is known of him. 

2b. Peter Slingsby, living abroad with brother 1670. 

ob. Anna Charlotte Slingsby, bapt. 4 Jan. 166-1; d. (-); m. Sir Edward 
Nightingale, de jure 5th Bt. [£.], bapt. 27 Aug. 1658 ; d. 2 July 1723 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table XXXIII. and pp. 428-433, Nos. 34734-34997. 

46. Mary Slingsby, b. posthumous and bapt. a^ Patrixbourne 26 ^4/>. 1666. 

8a. Dorothy Slingsby, <!.(-); m. Jeffrey Nightingale of Kneesworth, co. Camb. 

9a. Margaret Slingsby. 10a. Mary Slingsby. 11a. Anne Slingsby. 

[Nos. 11244 to 11507. 

55. Descendants, if any surviving, of Sir Francis Slingsby of Kil- 

more, co. Cork (Table IV.), d. (-); m. Elizabeth, da. of 
Hugh Cuff of Cuff Hall, co. Somerset ; and had issue 1« to 7a. 1 

la. Francis Slingsby. 4a. Catherine Slingsby. 6a. Elizabeth Slingsby. 
2a. Henry Slingsby. 5a. 4«»e Slingsby. 7a. /a«e Slingsby. 

3a. Mary Slingsby. 

56. Descendants, if any, of Catherine Percy, sister to the 7th and 

8th Earls of Northumberland [E.] (Table II.), d. (--); m. 
Ralph [Rither] Rethers. 

57. Descendants of Sir William Harris of Shenfield Manor, in Mar- 

garelting, co. Essex, Knighted at the Coronation of King 
James I., 23 July 1G03 (Table II.); d. (-); m. Frances, da. 
of Thomas Astley of Writtle ; and had (with possibly other) 
issue la. 

la. Frances Harris, bur. at Walter Belchamp, 1678; m. Oliver Raymond of 
Belchamp Hall, co. Essex, M.P. for Essex in Cromwell's Parliaments, 1653 and 
1656 ; d. (-) ; and had issue lb to 2lb. 

lb. St. Clere Raymond, disinherited on account of marriage, became Steward to 
Duke of Rutland, d. ( - ), bur. at Grantham ; m. Anne, da. of Lawrence Warkham ; 
and had issue Ic to 9c. 

Ic. John Raymond, M.A. (Emmanuel College, Camb.) and of Gray's Inn, bur. 
in Walter Belchamp Church, 1690; ra. Anne, da. of Sir Roger Burgoyne, 2nd Bt. 
[E.] ; and had issue a son, John, who d.s.p. 1720. 

2c. William Raymond of Belchamp Hall, after his nephew, d.s.p. 1732; will 
dated 20 Oct. 1727, proved P.C.C. 9 July 1733. 

3c. Samuel Raymond, d. (-), being blown up in a ship ; m. and had issue Id. 

Id. William Raymond, living 20 Oct. 1737 ; d. ( - ) ; ru. and had issue le. 

It'. Rev. Samuel Raymond of Belchamp Hall, co. Essex, inherited the family 
estates on the death of his great-uncle, 1732; d. 5 Jan. 1767; m. Isabella, da. of 
Richard Child of Lavenham, co. Suffolk, M.D., d. (-) ; and had issue If to 2/. 

If. Rev. Samuel Raymond of Belchamp Hall, Rector of Belchamp and Middlelon 
and Vicar of Buhner, co. Essex, b. 1744; d. 18 Jan. 1825; ru. 1780, Margaretta, 
da. of the Rev. Nathaniel Brook Bridges, Rector of Orlingburv [by his wife Ann, 
nee Smythies], d. 29 Sept. 1849 ; and had issue Ig to 3g. 

Ig. Samuel Milbank Raymond of Belchamp Hall, J. P., b. 6 Feb. 1787; d. 
18 Jan. 1863; m. 7 Mar. 1808, Sarah, da. of the Rev. William Cooke, Rector of 
Preston ; and had issue Ih to 2>h. 

Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees." 


of Cl)e Blootj i&opal 

lh. Rev. John Mayne St. Clere Raymond of Belchamp Hall, sometime Vicar 
of DinnhigloH, &c, b. 23 July 1814 ; d. 1 Dec. 1893 ; m. 12/13 May 1857, Louisa 
Anne, da. of the Rev. Charles Fisher, Rector of Ovington-cum-Tilbury, d. 1 Feb. 
1895 ; and had issue \i. 

\i. Samuel John St. Clere Raymond of Belchamp Hall, J. P., b. 11 July] 1859 ; 
d. 9 Ap. 1900; m. 22 Oct. 1884, Margaret Charlotte Montague (The Rectory House, 
Great Yeldham, Essex), da. of Francis Smythies of Headgate House, Colchester ; 
and had issue If. 

1;'. Samuel Philip St. Clere Raymond of Belchamp Hall, Lord of the Manor 
of Belchamp Walter and Patron of Belchamp-cum-Bulmer, &c. (Belchamp Hall, 
near Sudbury, Suffolk), b. 26 Ap. 1886. 

lh. Isabella Raymond, b. at Belchamp, 19 Mar. 1810; d. at Bury St. Ed- 
munds, 18 Ap. 1848 ; m. Rowland Dalton of Bury St. Edmunds, Surgeon, b. 10 Jan. 
1801 ; d. at Burv St. Edmunds, 21 Aug. 1890 ; and had issue li to li. 

\i. Henry Dalton, Naturalist (82 Boulevard du Port Roval, Paris), b. 18 Mar. 
1836; m. 

li. Oliver Dalton, Clerk in the Custom House, London, b. 8 Mav 1842 ; 
d. 11 Oct. 1881; m. 

3/. Walter Dalton, emigrated to the United States, where he is still living, 
b. 11 Feb. 1844; m. 

4i. Alfred Dalton, emigrated to the United States, where he is still living, 
b. 11 Oct. 1846; m. 

5/. Isabella Dalton, m. 20 Sept. 1859, Francis Winter Clarke, Surgeon (Wren- 
tham, Foxenden Road, Guildford). 

6f. Margaretta Dalton (Aingarth, Parkstone Avenue, Parkstone), m. 31 Oct. 
1870, Francis Reginald Statliam of Liverpool, Author, d. 4 Mar. 1908 ; and has 
issue (with a 3rd son, Gilbert, who d. 19 Sept. 1894) 1; to 4/. 

\j. Paul Bernard Statham, Draughtsman and Surveyor, b. 22 Aug. 1871. 

2/. Claude Oliver Statham, Electrical Engineer, b. 5 Feb. 1877. 

3/. Margaret Lilian Statham. 

4/. Violet Statham, m. 7 June 1905, John Henry Crake Vaughan [eldest son of 
Prebendary Vaughan of Wraxall, near Bristol]; and has issue Ik. 

Ik. Margaret Christine Vaughan, b. 21 July 1908. 

li. Octavia Dalton, num. 

3h. Emma Brereton Raymond, m. 16 Feb. 1858, Frederick Perry, d. 24 Dec. 
1885 ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Rev. Clement Raymond Perry, D.D. (Oxford), Rector of Mickfield (Mick- 
field Rectory, Suffolk), b. 8 Dec. 1858; m. 25 July 1888, Florence Kathleen, da. of 
Henry John Thorp, M.D. ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Arthur Stanley Raymond Perry, b. 26 Sept. 1892. 

2/. Edward John St. Clere Perry, b. 21 June 1901. 

3/. Winifred Eleanor Victoria Perry, b. 21 Oct. 1896. 

2g. Rev. Oliver Raymond, LL.B., Rural Dean, Rector of Middle ton and Vicar 
of Belchamp, b. 9 Jan. 1794; d. 15 Sept. 1889; m. 4 Feb. 1817, Anne, da. of the 
Rev. Charles Andrewes, Rector of Flempton, d. 1 June 1863 ; and had issue \h to lh. 

lh. Rev. Oliver Edward Raymond, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of Middleton (Middle- 
ton Rectory, Sudbury, Suffolk), b. 22 Nov. 1825; m. 1st, 30 Jan. 1851, Ellen Jane, 
da. of William Foster, d. 23 May 1876 ; 2ndly, 6 Ap. 1880, Frances Elizabeth (see 
p. 126), da. of John Greene; and has issue li to 6». 

li. Oliver John Raymond, b. 23 Ap. 1853; m. 27 Nov. 1880, Clara Catherine, 
da. of ( — ) Robson, d. 30 May 1900 ; and has issue 1/ to 4/. 

If. John Raymond, b. 5 Feb. 1890. 

2/. Katharine Margaret Raymond, b. 9 Oct. 1881. 

3/. Ellen Gertrude Raymond, b. 11 June 1883. 

4/. Olive Mary Raymond, b. 8 Mar. 1886. [Nos. 11508 to 11530. 

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2/. Rev. Philip Foster Raymond, Senior Chaplain to the Forces (Aldershot), b. 
11 July 1855; m. 19 Jan. 1881, Christine Louisa, da. of Thomas Rugglea Fisher; 
and has issue 1/ to 4/. 

\j. Hugh Philip Raymond, b. 15 Feb. 1889. 

2/. Cicely Raymond, b. 22 Nov. 1881. 

3/. Eva Christine Raymond, b. 3 Ap. 1884. 

4/. Lois Raymond, b. 8 Feb. 1891. 

3t. Percy Algernon Raymond, b. 22 Sept. 1860; m. 17 July 1886, Amy, da. of 
( — ) Turner ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Harry Turner Raymond, b. 11 Feb. 1893. 

2/. Ada Louisa Raymond, b. 24 Ap. 1887. 

3/. Mildred Mary Raymond, b. 23 Oct. 1905. 

4t. Lionel Charles Raymond, Assist. Manager Colonial Sugar Refining Coy. 
(Fiji), b. 20 Mar. 1868; m. 13 Feb. 1895, Edith, da. of (— ) Dornwell ; and has 
issue 1/ to 2y. 

1/. Oliver Claude Raymond, b. 2 Dec. 1895. 

2/. Rowland Lionel Raymond, b. 12 Jan. 1899. 

5». Ellen Margaret Isabella Raymond, m. 10 Oct. 1883, Robert George 
Hallowell-Carew, formerly a Tea Planter in Assam (see p. 125) (8 Raleigh Villas, 
Exmouth) ; and has issue \j to 2/. 

1/. Robert Raymond Hallowell-Carew, Lieut. R.N., b. 6 Sept. 1884. 

2/. Margaret Maude Hallowell-Carew, b. 27 Aug. 1886. 

6t. Mary Louisa Raymond, unin. 

111. Rev. Charles Andrewes Raymond, M.A., "Vicar of Bray (Bray Vicarage, 
Maidenhead), b. 16 Oct. 1833; m. 5 Ap. 1864, Elizabeth, da. of the Rev. John 
Maynard, Rector of Sudbourne ; and has issue It to 3i. 

It. Rev. William Maynard Raymond, Vicar of SS. Peter and Paul, Upper 
Teddington (Upper Teddington, Midx.), b. 23 Feb. 1868; m. 27 Jan. 1898, Julia 
May, da. of the Rev. Charles Cooke of Alverley Hall, Doncaster ; and has issue 
\j to 5/. 

1/. Oswald William Edward Raymond, b. 22 May 1902. 

2/. Hugh Medlicott Raymond, b. 17 Oct. 1903. 

3/. Monica Raymond. 

4/. Nancy May Raymond. 

5/. Audrey Mary Raymond. 

2t. Anne Maynard Raymond, m. 3 Jan. 1895, the Rev. Thomas Henry 
Wrenford, Vicar of Littlewick (Littlewick Vicarage, Maidenhead) ; and has issue 1/. 
1/. Cecil Raymond Brookes Wrenford, b. 23 May 1896. 

3t. Katharine Elizabeth Raymond, m. 18 Nov. 1896, the Rev. Robert Perceval 
Newhouse, Vicar of St. Laurence's, Reading (St. Laurence's Vicarage, Reading) ; 
and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

\j, Katharine Raymond Newhouse. 

2/. Clare Maynard Newhouse. 

3/. Mary Perceval Newhouse. 

Sh. Margaretta Lyon Raymond, b. 22 Nov. 1817; d. 23 Jan. 1852; m. 9 Oct. 
1845, George Ure Skinner [son of Dean John Skinner of Forfar and grandson of 
John Skinner, Lord Bishop of Aberdeen], d. 9 Jan. 1867 ; and had issue (ivith a 
son and da. d. in infancy) It to 2i. 

If. Margaretta Raymond Skinner (30 Gordon Road, Ealing), m. 30 Ap. 1872, 
the Rev. George Ruggle Fisher, Chaplain to H.M. Forces, previously 102nd Regt., 
Medal and Clasps for Pegu, 1852-1853, d. 22 Oct. 1894; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/'. Mary Agnes Fisher. 

2/. Margaret Eleanor Fisher. [Nos. 11531 to 11562. 

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of Ci)e BlooD iaopal 

2i. Mary Elizabeth Skinner (Inchgarth, 31 Broad Park Avenue, Ilfracombe), m. 
12 Jan. 1875, Lieut. -Col. Edward Staines Daniell, 102nd Regt,, medal and clasps 
for Pegu 1852-1853 and Lucknow, b. 20 July 1828 ; d. 19 Nov. 1906 ; and has issue 
1/to 6/. 

1/. George Edward Staines Daniell (Omata Valley, Waitotara, New Zealand), 
b. 31 Dec. 1875. 

2;'. William Raymond Daniell, Capt. 123rd Outram's Rifles, formerly Devon 
Regt., South African medal and 4 clasps, b. 15 Dec. 1878. 

3;'. James Skinner Daniell (New Zealand), b. 17 Nov. 1883. 

4/. Charles John Williamson Daniell, Electrical Engineer, b. 1 Dec. 1885. 

5/. Agnes Katharine Raymond Daniell, m. 17 Ap. 1906, Charles Orpen Tuckey, 
Mathematical Master at Charterhouse School (Godalming) ; and has issue Ik. 

Ik. Richard Edward Orpen Tuckey, b. 16 Feb. 1907. 

6/. Margaret Swayne Daniell. 

ih. Agnes Raymond, b. 14 Oct 1819 ; d.s.p.s. 8 July 1904; m. 18 July 1848, 
the Rev. James Skinner, M.A., Vicar of Newland, co. Worcester, d.s.p. 

5h. Katharine Raymond, b. 19 Mar. 1822; d. 27 Oct. 1874; m. as 2nd wife, 
14 June 1855, John Greene of Bury St. Edmunds (see p. 126), d. 29 Jan. 1867 ; and 
had issue (with a son and da. who d. unm.) \i to 3i. 

li. Edith Anne Greene (12 Oakfield Road, Clifton, Bristol). 

2i. Mary Beatrice Greene, m. 6 Aug. 1879, Reginald John Lake of Lincoln's 
Inn, Bar.-at-Law (Beodricesworth, Alexandra Road, Watford); and has issue 
1/ to 8/. 

1/. John Stephen Raymond Lake, Capt. 3rd South Wales Borderers, served in 
South Africa Feb. 1900-Ap. 1902, b. 3 Dec. 1881. 

2/. Reginald St. George Lake, Lieut. Bedfordshire Regt., b. 4 Dee. 1887. 

3/. Michael Neville Lake, b. 3 Oct. 1890. 

4j. Helen Mary Beatrice Lake. 

5/. Edith Carleton Lake. 

6/. Margaretta Eunice Lake. 

7/. Beatrice Victoria Lake. 

8;'. Katherine Madeline Lake. 

3i. Madeline Greene (15 Alexandra Road, Clifton, Bristol), m. 19 Ap. 1899, 
Wilfred Martin Barclay of Clifton, F.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., d.s.p. 9 May 1903. 

6h. Anne Ryecroft Raymond (1 Carlton Hill, Exmouth), m. 1st, 24 Sept. 1846, 
Walter Tyson Smythies, d.s.p. 23 Oct. 1848; 2ndly, 17 July 1851, Capt. Robert 
Hallowell-Carew, 36th Regt., d. 18 Ap. 1903 ; and has issue li to 2i. 

It. Robert George Hallowell-Carew, formerly Tea Planter in Assam (8 Raleigh 
Villas, Exmouth), b. 9 May 1852; m. 10 Oct. 1883, Ellen Margaret Isabella, da. 
of the Rev. Oliver Edward Raymond ; and has issue. 

Seep. 124, Nos. 11544-11545. 

2*. Walter Raymond Hallowell-Carew, b. 12 Sept. 1853; d. 22 Oct. 1896; m. 
1 May 1889, Edith May, da. of A. Porch ; and had issue 1/. 

1/. Marjorie Hallowell-Carew, b. 31 Mar. 1891. 

Ih. Juliana Raymond (Bray Vicarage, Berks), unm. 

3g. Isabella Raymond, b. at Belchamp Hall 3 Mar. 1784 ; d. 8 Sept. 1858 ; m. 
14 Nov. 1809, the Rev. Henry Yeats Smythies, M.A., B.D., Fellow of Emmanuel 
Coll. (Camb.), Vicar of Stanground-cttm-Farcett, co. Hunts, J. P., b. at South More- 
ton, co. Berks, 15 Feb. 1765; d. at Stanground 20 June 1842 ; and had issue [with 
6 other children who d.s.p.) \h to 3//. 

1/z. Rev. Ravmrnd Brewster Smythies, M.A. (Camb.), 6-c, b. 18 June 1824; 
d. at Brighton 19 Jan. 1861 ; m. at Rugby 27 Dec. 1859, Isabella Jane [a de- 
scendant of the Lady Isabel Plantagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 306)], da. of the Rev. 

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Charles Alleyne Anstey, M.A. [grandson of Christopher Anstey of Trwnpington 
Hall, co. Camb.] [who re-m. 2ndly, 1868, Major-Gen. Robert Yeld Chambers, and] 
d. 28 July 1903 ; and had issue \i. 

\i. Raymond Henry Raymond Smythies, Major late 40th Regt., served in 
South African War 1900-1901, medal with three clasps, author of "Historical 
Records of 40th Regt." (20 Addison Court Gardens, W. ; Army and Navy), b. at 
Rugby, 19 Nov. 1860; unm. 

1h. Margaretta Smythies, b. 26 Feb. 1812; d. 20 Ap. 1853; m. as 1st wife, 
12 Ap. 1836, John Greene of the Abbey Ruins, Bury St. Edmunds (see p. 125), b. 
15 Aug. 1810; d. 29 Jan. 1867; and had issue (with 2 elder das. who A. unm.) 
\i to 3i. 

\i. John Smythies Greene of the Panels, Bury St. Edmunds, Solicitor, b. 5 Aug. 
1842; d. 17 Oct. 1884; m. 4 July 1867, Eleanor Annie, da. of the Rev. Charles 
Buchanan Wollaston, Preb. of Chichester, d. 6 Aug. 1895 ; and had issue 1/ to 6/. 

1/. John Wollaston Greene, Solicitor (The Panels, Bury St. Edmunds), b. 
1 Sept. 1869. 

2/. Cecil Wollaston Greene, b. 13 Nov. 1872; d. 16 Feb. 1909; m. 31 Jan. 
1905, Lucy Gertrude, da. of Surg.-Major Isaac Newton ; and had issue Ik. 

\k. John Cecil Wollaston Greene, b. 15 June 1908. 

3/. Kenneth Wollaston Greene, Solicitor (Bury St. Edmunds), b. 10 Jan. 1880; 
m. 9 Sept. 1909, Constance Agnes, da. of Robert Jackson of Ormesby House, Hud- 

4/. Ella Wollaston Greene (The Panels, Bury St. Edmunds). 

5/. Hilda Wollaston Greene, m. 27 Aug. 1907, R. C. F. Maugham, H.B.M.'s 
Consul-Gen. for Portuguese East Africa. 

6/. Rhona Wollaston Greene (The Panels, Bury St. Edmunds). 

%i. Rev. Carleton Greene, Vicar of Great Barford (Great Barford Vicarage, Si. 
Neots), b. 26 Jan. 1844; m. 4 Oct. 1870, Jane Elizabeth, da. of Col. John Alexander 
Wilson, d. 5 Mar. 1903 ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

1/. Francis Carleton Greene, B.A. (Camb.), b. 18 May 1881. 

2/. Marion Raymond Greene, m. 31 Dec. 1895 her cousin-german once removed, 
Charles Henry Greene (St. John's, Berkhamsted, Herts); and has issue Ik to Ik. 

Ik. William Herbert Greene, b. 25 Ap. 1898. 

2k. Charles Raymond Greene, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 17 Ap. 1901. 

2k. Henry Graham Greene, b. 2 Oct. 1904. 

Ik. Alice Marion Greene, b. 30 Dec. 1896. 

3/. Maud Churchill Greene. 

4/. Nora Carleton Greene. 

3z. Frances Elizabeth Raymond Greene, m. as 2nd wife, 6 Ap. 1880, the Rev. 
Oliver Edward Raymond, Rector of Middleton (see p. 123). 

Sh. Emily Smythies, b. 17 Sept. 1820; d. 3 Feb. 1848; m. as 1st wife, 4 Feb. 
1840, Edward Greene of Nether Hall, Bury St. Edmunds, M.P. [younger brother of 
the above-named John Greene], b. 17 Aug. 1815; d. 15 Ap. 1891; and had issue 
It to 4/. 

\i. Sir (Edward) Walter Greene of Nether Hall, 1st Bt. [U.K.], so cr. 21 June 
1900, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Suffolk 1897, Hon. Col. 3rd Batt. Suffolk Regt. 
and Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. Suffolk Imp. Yeo., M.P. for Bury St. Edmunds 
1900-1906 (Nether Hall, Thurston; Weslgate House, Bury St. Edmunds; Carlton; 
Royal Yacht Squadron), b. 14 Mar. 1842; m. 16 June 1864, Annie Elizabeth, da. 
of the Rev. Charles S. Royds, Preb. of Lichfield; and has issue 1/ to 6/. 

1/. Walter Raymond Greene, B.A. (Oxon.), M.P, J.P., and formerly C.C. 
London, Hon. Lieut, in the Army, and Lieut.-Col. Comdg. Royal Suffolk Hussars 
Yeo., and formerly (1895-1906) M.P. for Chesterton Div. of co. Camb. (Nether Hall, 
Thurston; 113 Mount Street; Carlton, &c.), b. 4 Aug. 1869. 

2/. Edward Allan Greene, Lieut. Royal Suffolk Hussars Yeo., b. 12 Sept. 1882. 

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3/'. Agatha Royds Greene, m. 17 Jan. 1907, Major Harry Trevor Trevor, late 
Indian Army (Larpool Hall, near Whitby, Yorks); and has issue Ik. 

Ik. Raymond Salusbury Rose Trevor, b. 26 Dec. 1907. 

4j. Annie Mabel Greene, d. 5 Ap. 1905 ; m. 18 Feb. 1890, Arthur James Taylor 
of Strensham Court, J. P., late 3rd Dragoon Guards (Strensham Court, near Tewkes- 
bury); and had issue \k to 5k. 

Ik. John Walter Taylor, b. 14 Aug. 1891. 

2k. Charles Taylor, b. 26 July 1892. 

3k. Arthur Taylor, b. 2 Dec. 1902. 

4k. Angelica Taylor, b. 14 Oct. 1895. 

5*. Philippa Mabel Taylor, b. 21 Aug. 1901. 

5/. Catharine Marion Greene, m. 17 June 1897, Albert Julian Pell of Wilbur- 
ton Manor, J.P.. D.L., Chairman Quarter Sessions, Capt. and Hon. Major 4th Batt. 
Suffolk Regt. (Wilburton Manor, near Ely); and has issue Ik to Ik. 

Ik. Angela Lilian Adelaide Pell, b. 29 Sept. 1899. 

2k. Barbara Katharine Pell, b. 16 Oct. 1903. 

6/. Helen Lilian Royds Greene, m. 6 June 1891, Basil Arthur Charlesworth, 
Bar.-at-Law (Gunton Hall, near Lowestoft) ; and has issue Ik to 3k. 

Ik. Frederick Raymond Charlesworth, b. 1894. 

2k. Julian Basil Charlesworth, b. 1899. 

3k. Kathleen Agatha Charlesworth, b. 1892. 

2i. Emily Smythies Greene., m. 26 Sept. 1864, Frederic Machell Smith 
(Tichton Hall, Beverley, Yorks) ; and has issue 1/'. 

1/. Kathleen Machell Smith, m. 12 Mar. 1903, Francis Edward Bradshaw- 
Isherwood, Capt. York and Lancaster Regt. [2nd son of John Henry Bradshaw- 
Isherwood of Marple Hall, co. Chester, J.P.] ; and has issue Ik. 

Ik. Christopher William Bradshaw-Isherwood, b. 26 Aug. 1904. 

6i. Julia Isabella Greene, m. 27 July 1876, the Very Rev. Thomas Charles Fry, 
D.D., Dean of Lincoln, formerly Head Master, Berkhamsted School {The Deanery, 
Lincoln) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Rev. Charles Edward Middleton Fry, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 14 July 1882. 

2/. Basil Homfray Fry, B.A. (Oxon.), b. 17 Mar. 1884. 

U. Helen Emilv Greene, d. 25 Oct. 1880 ; m. as 1st wife, 13 Sept. 1870, the Rev. 
Tltomas Holt Wilson, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of Brayesworth, formerly Rector of Red- 
grave (Briar field, Great Malvern) ; and had issue. 

See p. 459, Nos. 95383-95385 and 95388-95394. 

2/. Isabella Raymond, d.s.p. Dec. 1808; m. Is;!, John Mavne of Telfont, co. 
Wilts; 2ndly, as 2nd wife, 12 Ap. 1788, Archibald (Cochrane), '9th Earl of Dun- 
donald [S.],'d. 1 July 1831. 

4c. Edward Raymond. 1 

be. James Raymond. 1 

6c. Joseph Raymond, 1 d. before 20 Oct. 1727, leaving issue, who had £50 each 
under the will of tlieir uncle, William Raymond of Belchamp. 

7c-9c. 1 other son and 2 das. 1 

2b. Oliver Raymond of London, Silk Merchant. 

3b. William Raymond. 

4b. Anne Raymond, m. 1st, John Lawrence : 2ndly, John Eden. 

5b. Frances Raymond, m. John Darcy. 

&b-2lb. 16 other children. [Nos. 11608 to 11637. 

1 One of these was presumably the father or mother of the Mrs. Anne Watkins 
who inherited £1500 under the will of her uncle, William Raymond of Belchamp, 
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58. Descendants of Thomas (Tufton), 6th Earl of Thanet [E.] 

(Table VIIL), 6. 30 Aug. 1644 ; d, 30 July 1729 ; m. 14 Aug. 
1684, Lady Catherine, da. and co-h. of Henry (Cavendish), 
2nd Duke of Newcastle [E.], d. 20 Ap. 1712 ; and had issue 
la to 3a. 

la. Lady Catherine Tufton, da. and co-h., b. 24 Ap. 1691 ; d. 13 Feb. 1734; 
m. 23 Jan. 1708, Edward Watson, Viscount Sondes, M.P., d.v.p. 20 Mar. 1722; 
and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table XIII., and pp. 242-243, Nos. 8843-9108. 

2a. Lady Anne Tufton. da. and co-h., b. 9 Aug. 1693; d. 22 Mar. 1757; m. 
12 Feb. 1709, James (Cecil), 5th Earl of Salisbury [£".], d. 9 Oct. 1728 ; and had 

See the Exeter Volume, Table XL, and pp. 216-219, Nos. 7652-7738. 

3a. Lady Mary Tufton, da. and co-h., b. 6 July 1701 ; d. 12 Feb. 1785 ; m. 1st, 
17 Feb. 1718, Anthony (Grey), 3rd Lord Lucas [£.], styled Earl of Harold, d.s.p.v.p. 
21 July 1723; Indly, as 3rd wife, 16 May 1736, John (Leveson-Gower), 1st Earl 
Gower [G.B.], d. 25 Dec. 1754; and had issue 

See the Exeter Volume, Table VIII., and pp. 172-175, Nos. 5449-5574. 

[Nos. 11638 to 12116. 

59. Descendants of Sackville (Tufton), 7th Earl of Thanet [E.] 

(Table VIIL), b. 11 May 1688; d. 4 Dec. 1753; m. 11 June 
1722, Lady Mary, da. and co-h. of William (Savile), 2nd 
Marquis of Halifax [E.], d, 30 July 1751 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table XXL, and p. 321. 

60. Descendants of the Right Hon. and Hon. William Finch, P.C., 
M.P. (Table VIIL), d, 25 Dec. 1766 ; m. 2ndly, 26 Aug. 1746, 
Lady Charlotte, da. of Thomas (Fermor), 1st Earl of Pom- 
fret [G.B.], b. 16 Feb. 1725 ; d, 11 July 1813; and had issue 
la to 2a. 

la. George (Finch), 9th Earl of Winchilsea and 3rd Earl of Nottingham [£.], 
K.G.. b. 4 Nov. 1752; d.s.p. 2 Aug. 1826. 

2a. Sophia Finch, da. and (herself or in her issue) co-h., d. (-) ; m. July 
1772, Capt. Charles Feilding, R.N. [E. of Denbigh [E.] and Desmond [I.], Coll.], 
d. (- ) ; and had issue lb to 3b. 

lb. Charles Feilding, Rear- Aim. R.N '., b. 1780; d. 2 Sept. 1837; m. 24 Ap. 
1804, Lady Elizabeth Tlieresa, widow of William Davenport Talbot of Lacock, da. of 
Henry Thomas (Fox-Strangways), 2nd Earl of Ilchester [G.B.], d. 12 Mar. 1846; 
and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 706, Nos. 58365-58390. 

2b. Sophia Charlotte Feilding, d. 19 Sept. 1834 ; m. 22 July 1792, Lord Robert 
Stephen FitzGerald, M.P. [D. of Leinster Coll.], d. 2 Jan. 1833 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 475-476, Nos. 41754-41759; and Essex Volume, 
Exeter Supplement, p. 639, Nos. 41759/1 to 41759/19. 

3b. Augusta Sophia Feilding, A. (-) ; m. 8 Mar. 1813, George Hicks, d. 1 Aug. 
1820. [Nos. 12117 to 12168. 


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61. Descendants of the Hon. John Finch, M.P., K.C., Solicitor- 
General to George II. when Prince of Wales (Table VIII.), 
d. 12 Feb. 1763; m. Elizabeth, da. of ( — ) Younger, d. 
24 Nov. 1762 ; and had issue la. 

la. Elizabeth Finch, da. and h., d. (-) ; m. 2 June 1757, John Mason of 

62. Descendants of George Finch Hatton of Eastwell Park, co. Kent 
(Table VIII.), h. 1747 ; d. 17 Feb. 1823 ; m. 10 Dec. 1785, 
Lady Elizabeth Mary, da. of David (Murray), 2nd Earl of 
Mansfield [G.B.], d. 1 June 1825 ; and had issue la to 2a. 

la. George William (Finch Hatton), 10th Earl of Winchilsea and 5th Earl of 
Nottingham [£.], b. 19 May 1791 ; d. 8 Jan. 1858; m. 1st, 26 July 1814, Lady 
Georgiana Charlotte, da. of James (Graham), 3rd Duke of Montrose [S.], d. 13 Feb. 
1835; 3rdly, 17 Oct. 1849, Fanny Margaretta (Halton, Sevenoaks), da. of Edward 
Royd Rice of Dane Court, co. Kent ; and had issue lb to 5b. 

lb. George James (Finch- Halt on), llth Earl of Winchilsea and 6th Earl of 
Nottingham [£.], b. 31 May 1815; d. 9 June 1887; m. 1st, 6 Aug. 1846, Lady 
Constance Henrietta [a descendant of King Henry VII.], da. of Henry (Paget), 2nd 
Marquis of Anglesey [U.K.], d. 5 Mar. 1878 ; and had issue Ic to 1c. 

Ic. Lady Constance Eleanor Caroline Finch-Hatton (9 St. George's Road, S.W.), 
m. 3 June 1871, the Hon. Frederick Charles Howard [E. of Effingham, &c, Coll.], 
d. 26 Oct. 1893 ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Gordon Frederick Henry Charles Howard, heir- presumptive to the Earldom 
of Effingham [U.K.], &c, b. 18 May 1873; m. 26 Jan. 1904, Rosamond Margaret, 
da. of Edward H. Hudson of Scarborough ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Mowbray Henry Gordon Howard, b. 29 Nov. 1905. 

2e. John Algernon Frederick Charles Howard, b. 29 Dec. 1907. 

2d. Algernon George Mowbray Frederick Howard, late Capt. 3rd Batt. King's 
Own (White's), b. 15 Sept. 1874. 

2c. Lady Hilda Jane Sophia Finch-Hatton. b. 3 Mar. 1856; d. 8 Feb. 1893; 
m. as 1st wife, 23 Ap. 1877, Henry Vincent Higgins, C.V.O., a Solicitor and member 
of the firm of Treherne, Higgins & Co., formerly 1st Life Guards (1 Upper Berkeley 
Street, S.W.) ; and had issue. 

2b. Murray Edward Gordon (Finch-Hatton), 12th Earl of Winchilsea and 1th 
Earl of Nottingham [£.], b. 28 Mar. 1851 ; d. 7 Sept. 1898 ; m. 27 Oct. 1875, Edith 
[a descendant of Kings Henry VII. and Edward IV., George, Duke of Clarence, 
K.G., Lady Anne Plantagenet, &c] (Haverholme Priory, Sleaford), da. of Edward 
William Harcourt of Stanton Harcourt, M.P. ; and had issue Ic. 

Ic. Lady Muriel Evelyn Vernon Finch-Hatton, m. 31 May 1897, Sir Richard 
Arthur Surtees Paget, 2nd Bt. [U.K.] (Cranmore Hall, near Shepton Mallet ; Clive 
House, Roehampton, &c.) ; and has issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Sylvia Mary Paget. 

2d. Pamela Winefred Paget. 

3d. Angela Sibell Paget. 

36. Henry Stormont (Finch-Hatton), 13th Earl of Winchilsea and 8th Earl of 
Nottingham [E.], &c. (Harlech, co. Merioneth ; Carlton), b. 3 Nov. 1852; m. 12 Jan. 
1882, Anne Jane [also a descendant of King Edward III. through Mortimer- 
Percy], da. of Admiral of the Fleet Sir Henry John Codrington, K.C.B. [Bt. Coll.] ; 
and has issue. 

See p. 77, Nos. 9428-9430. [Nos. 12169 to 12181. 


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ib. Lady Caroline Finch-Hatton, b. 6 July 1810 ; d. 13 Afar. 1888 ; m. 2 Fe&. 
1837, Christopher Tumor (see p. 392) of Stoke Rochford, M.P., J .P., D.L., High 
Sheriff co. Lincoln 1823, b. 4 Ap. 1809 ; d. 7 Mar. 1886 ; and had issue \c to 7c. 

Ic. Edmund Tumor of Stoke Rochford, M. P., J. P., D.L., b. 24 Mar. 1838; 
d.s.p. 15 Dec. 1903. 

1c. Christopher Hatton Tumor, b. 16 Dec. 1840; d. (-) ; m. at Toronto, Alice, 
da. of the Hon. Hamilton H. Killaly ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Christopher Hatton Tumor of Stoke Rochford (Stoke Rochford, Grantham ; 
Ponton Hall, co. Lincoln), b. 23 Nov. 1873 ; m. 7 Aug. 1907, Sarah Marie Talbot 
[descended from George, Duke of Clarence. K.G. (see the Clarence Volume, p. 81)], 
d. and h. of Admiral the Hon. Walter Cecil Carpenter, formerly Talbot, R.N. 

3c. Algernon Turnor, C.B., J.P. (Goadbv Hall, Melton Mowbray; 37 Pont 
Street, S.W.), b. 14 Nov. 1845; m. 3 Aug. 1880, Lady Henrietta Caroline [a 
descendant both paternally and maternally of King Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, 
p. 498)], da. of Randolph (Stewart), 9th Earl of Galloway [S.] ; and has issue 
\d to 5d. 

Id. Herbert Broke Turnor, b. 22 Aug. 1885. 

■2d. Christopher Randolph Turnor, b. 16 Aug. 1886. 

'id. Marjorie Caroline Isabel Turnor. 

id. Algitha Blanche Tumor. 

5d. Verena Henrietta Turnor. 

4c. Graham Augustus Tumor, b. 13 Sept. 1853; m. 1st, Annie, da. of ( — ) 
Riddle ; 2ndly, Beatrice, da. of ( — ) Cranstone ; and has issue Id to {id 
Id. Edmund Turnor. 
2d. Effie Caroline Turnor. 
3d. Constance Yolande Turnor. 
4cd. Charlotte Octavia Turnor. 
5d. Bertha Kathleen Tumor. 
%d. Edmunda Turnor. 

5c. Edith Georgina Turnor, m. 16 Sept. 1868, Frederick Archibald Vaughau 
(Campbell), 3rd Earl [U.K.], and 4th Baron [G.B.] Cawdor, P.C., a Member of the 
Council of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, &c. [descended from King Henry VII. (see 
Tudor Roll)] (Stackpole Court, Pembroke ; Cawdor Castle, Nairn ; 7 Princes' 
Gardens, S.W.); and has issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 214-215, Nos. 21735-21746. 

6c. Bertha Kathleen Turnor. 

7c. Dora Agnes Caroline Turnor, d. 7 Ap. 1899 ; m. 27 July 1889, Benjamin 
Bloom field Trench of Loughton Money gall, King's Co. (41 Onslow Square, S.W.); 
and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Sheelah Georgiana Bertha Trench. 

2d. Theodora Caroline Trench. 

5b. Lady Evelyn Georgiana Finch-Hatton, m. 28 Feb. 1883, Henry Edward 
Montagu Dorington Clotworthy (Upton), 4th Viscount Templetown [I.], and a 
Rep. Peer (Castle Upton, Templepatrick, co. Antrim, ere); and has issue lc 
to 3c. 

lc. Hon. Eric Edward Montagu John Upton, Lieut. 2nd Batt. King's Royal 
Rifle Corps, b. 8 Mar. 18S5. 

2c. Hon. Henry Augustus George Mountjoy Heneage Upton, b. 12 Aug. 1894. 

3c. Hon. Margaret Evelyn Upton. 

2a. Rev. Daniel Heneage Finch-Hatton, Chaplain to Queen Victoria, b. 1795 
d. 3 Jan. 1866; m. 15 Dec. 1825, Lady Louisa, da. of the Hon. Robert Fulke 
Greville, by his wife Louisa, suo jure 2nd Countess of Mansfield [G.B.], d. 11 Ap. 
1883 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 199-200, Nos. 21327-21341. [Nos. 12182 to 12230. 


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63. Descendants of Lady Essex Finch (Table VIII.), b. c. 1688 ; d. 

23 May 1721 ; m. 20 July 1703, Sir Roger Mostyn of Mostyn, 
3rd Bt. [E.], M.P., d. 5 May 1739 ; and had issue la. 

la. Sir Thomas Mostvn of Mostyn, 4th Bt. [£.], M.P., b. c. 1704; d. 24 Mar. 
1758 ; m. c. 1735, Sarah, da. and co-h. of Robert Western of St. Peter's, Cornhill, and 
of Rivenhall, co. Essex, d. 28 May 1740; and had issue lb to 46. 

16. Sir Roger Mostyn of Mostyn, 5th Bt. [£.], M.P., b. c. 1735; d. 26 May 
1796 ; m. 19 May 1776, 'Margaret, da. and h. of the Rev. Hugh Wynne, LL.D., Preb. 
of Salisbury, d. 14 Oct. 1792 ; and had issue Ic to 2c. 

It. Sir Thomas Mostyn of Mostvn, 6th and last Bt. [£.], M.P., b. c. 1776; 
d. (unm.) 17 Ap. 1831. 

2c. Elizabeth Mostyn, da. and in her issue (29 Ap. 1859) sole h., d. 26 Nov. 
1842; m. 11 Feb. 1794, Sir Edward Pryce Lloyd, 2nd Bart. [G.B.], afterwards 
(10 Sept. 1831) 1st Baron Mostyn [U.K.],'d. 3 Ap. 1854 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Edward (Lloyd, afterwards (R.L. 9 May 1831) Mostyn), 2nd Baron Mostyn 
[U.K.], b. 13 Jan. 1795; d. 17 Mar. 1884; m. 20 June 1827, Lady Harriet Mar- 
garet [a descendant of King Henry VII.], da. of Thomas (Scott), 2nd Earl of Clon- 
mell [I.], d. 27 May (or 3 June) 1891 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 197-198, Nos. 21274-21294. 

2b. Thomas Mostyn, certainly dead s.p.m. before 17 Ap. 1831. 

36. Anne Mostyn, d. 1802 ; m. as 2nd wife, 1777, Thomas Pennant of Downing, 
co. Flint, D.C.L., the well-known Naturalist and Author, d. 16 Dec. 1798, leaving a 
son who d.s.p. 1846. ' 

4b. Frances Mostyn, d. (?umn.). t [Nos. 12231 to 12251. 

64. Descendants of Lady Charlotte Finch (Table VIIL), d. 21 Jan. 

1773 ; m. as 2nd wife, 4 Feb. 1726, Charles (Seymour), 6th 

Duke of Somerset [E.], E.G., " the Proud Duke," d. 2 Dec. 

1748 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, Table L., &c, and pp. 263, 292-311, Nos. 24118-24401, 
25350-26006. [Nos. 12252 to 13192. 

65. Descendants of Lady Mary Finch (Table VIIL), d. 30 May 

1761 ; m. 22 Sept. 1716, Thomas (Watson), 1st Marquis 

[G.B.], and 6th Baron [E.] of Rockingham, K.G , d. 14 Dec. 

1750 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table XIII. and pp. 253-261, Nos. 9608-9890. 

[Nos. 13193 to 13475. 

66. Descendants, if any surviving, of Lady Mary Tufton (Table 

VIIL), bur. 7 Feb. 1674 ; m. as 1st wife, c. 1671, Sir William 
Walter of Sarsden, 2nd Bt. [E.], d. 5 Mar. 1694 ; and had 
issue la to 2a. 
la. Sir John Walter, 3rd Bt. [£.], b. c. 1673; d.s.p. 11 June 1722. 
2a. Mary Walter, da. and (either herself or in her issue) heir after the death 
s.p. 20 Nov. 1731, of her half-brother Sir Robert, 4th and last Bt. ; living 1741 ; 
m. 7 May 1698, Sir Robert Rich of Sunning, 3rd Bt. [£.] ; d. 9 Nov. 1724; and 
had issue lb to 7b. 

Diet. Nat. Bios;.," xliv. 322. 

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16. Sir William Rich, Uh Bt. [£.], d. 17 July 1762; m. Elizabeth, da. of 
William Royal of Minstead, d. 27 Ap. 1771 ; and had issue If. 

\c. Sir Thomas Rick, 5th and last Bt. [£.], Adm. R.N., d.s.p.l. 6 4£. 1803. 
26. Thomas Rich of Bombay, living 1741, ^ 

36. Charles Rich, \ a U presumably d.s.p.m., and 

46. James Rich, \ apparently also s.p. 6e/ore 

56. Daniel Rich, Matric. St. John's Coll. , Oxon. , I 6 Ap. 1 803. 
age<2 17, a Student of the Middle Temple 
1734, J 

66. [^7.] Tfoft, m. Capt. Wilson of the Guards. 
76. [da.] Rich, m. Walter Knight of Bnscomb, co. Berks. 

67. Descendants of Lady Elizabeth Clifford, sno jure de jure, 2nd 
Baroness Clifford [E.] (Table VIII.), b. 18 Sept. 1618; d. 
6 Jan. 1691 ; m. 8 July 1635, Richard (Boyle), 2nd Earl 
of Cork [I.] and 1st Earl of Burlington [E.J, d. 15 Jan. 
1698 ; and had issue la to 4a. 

la. Charles (Boyle), Lord Clifford of Lanesborough [E.] and Viscount Dun- 
garvan [I.], bapt. 12 Dec. 1839 ; d.v.p. 12 Oct. 1694 ; m. 1st, Lady Jane [a descendant 
of King Henry VII.], da. of William (Seymour), 2nd Duke of Somerset [£.], d. 
23 Nov. 1679 ; Indly, Lady Arethusa, da. of George (Berkeley), 1st Earl of Berkeley 
[/.], d. 11 Feb. 1743 ; and' had issue 16 to 36. 

16. Charles (Boyle), 3rd Earl of Cork [I.] and 2nd Earl of Burlington [E.], 
b. about 1674 ; d. 9 Feb. 1704 ; m. 26 Jan. 1688, Juliana, Mistress of the Robes to 
Queen Anne, da. and h. of the Hon. Henry Noel, d. 17 Oct. 1750 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, Table XLI. and pp. 240-260, Nos. 22551-23494. 

26. Hon. Mary Boyle, b. c. 1670; d. 2 Oct. 1709; m. 1 Dec. 1685, James 
(Douglas), 2nd Duke of Queensberry [E.] and 1st Duke of Dover [E.], K.G., d. 6 July 
1711; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, Table XLIX. and pp. 263, Nos. 23605-24117. 

36. 2 Hon. Arethusa Boyle, d. (-) ; m. James Vernon. 

2(7. Lady Frances Boyle, d. about 1674 ; m. 1st, Col. Francis Courtenay ; 2ndly, 
Ap. 1662, Wentworth (Dillon), Uh Earl of Roscommon [I.], d.s.p. 18 Jan. 1685. 

3a. Lady Anne Boyle, d. ( - ) ; m. Jan. 1668, Edward (Montagu), 2nd Earl of 
Sandwich [£.], d. in France shortly before 8 Dec. 1688 ; and had issue 16. 

16. Edward (Montagu), 3rd Earl of Sandwich [£.], b. c. Dec. 1670; d. 20 Oct. 
1729; m. (a. 11) July 1689, Lady Elizabeth, da. and event, co-h. of John (Wilmot), 
2nd Earl of Rochester [E.], d. in Paris 2 July 1757 ; and had issue \c. 

\c. Edward Richard Montagu, Viscount Hinchinbroke, M.P., b. c. 1690 ; d.v.p. 
3 Oct. 1722; m. 12 Ap. 1707, Elizabeth [a descendant of Isabel (Plantagenet), 
Countess of Essex], da. and h. of Alexander Popham of Littlecote [m. 2ndly, 30 July 
1728, Francis Seymour of Sherborne, M.P., and], d. 20 Mar. 1761 ; and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, Table XIV. and pp. 191, 192-193, Nos. 26449-26468 
and 26506-26809. 

4fl. Lady Henrietta Boyle, d. 12 Ap. 1687 ; m. 1665, Lawrence (Hyde), 1st Earl 
of Rochester '[£.], K.G., d. 2 May 1711 ; and had issue 16 to 36. 

16. Henry (Hyde), 2nd Earl of Rochester and (12 Feb. 1713) Uh Earl of 
Clarendon [£.], b. 1672; d.s.p.m.s. 10 Dec. 1753; m. (lie. 2 Mar. 1692), Jane, da. 
of Sir William Leveson-Gower, Uh Bt. [£.], d. 24 May 1725 ; and had issue \c. 

\c. Lady Jane Hyde, da. and eventual sole h., d. 30 Jan. 1724; m. as 1st wife, 

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27 Nov. 1718, William (Cap el), 3rd Earl of Essex [E.], K.G., K.T., d. 8 Jan. 1743 ; 
and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 379-384, Nos. 26875-27087. 

26. Lady Henrietta Hyde, b. c. 1677 ; d. 30 May 1730 ; m. 2 Jan. 1694, /awes 
(Scott), Earl of Doncaster and Dalkeith, K.T. \son and h.-app. of the 1st Duke and 
Duchess of Monmouth [£.] and Buccleuch [S.], d.v.p. 14 Mar. 1705; awrf had 
issue Ic. 

\c. Francis (Scott), 2nd Duke of Buccleuch [S.] and Earl of Doncaster [£.], 
ff.7\, b. 11 /«». 1695: d.22 4/>. 1751; m. 1st, 5 Ap. 1720, Lady Jane [a descendant 
of King Henry VII. \ da. of James (Douglas), 2nd Duke of Queensberry [S.] and 1st 
Duke of Dover [£.], d. 31 Aug. 1729 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, Table XL1X. and p. 263, Nos. 23605-24117. 

36. Lady Mary Hyde, d. 25 Jan. 1709; m. as 1st wife, 17 Feb. 1704, Francis 
(Seymour, afterwards (1699) Seymour-Conway), 1st Baron Conway of Ragley [£.] 
and Baron Conway and Killultagh [I.], d. 3 Feb. 1732 ; and had issue Ic. 

Ic. Hon. Mary Seymour Conway, d. ( - ) ; m. as 1st wife, Nicholas Price of 
Saintfield, co. Down, M.P., d. 1742; and had issue Id. 

Id. Francis Price of Saintfield, M.P., d. 1794; m. Charity, da. of Matthew 
Forde of Seaforde, co. Down ; and had issue le. 

le. Nicholas Price of Saintfield, J. P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Down 1801, b. 
1 Oct. 1754 ,• d. (-) ; m. Nov. 1779, Lady Sarah, da. of Charles (Pratt), 1st Earl of 
Camden [G.B.], d. 7 Ap. 1817 ; and had issue If. 

If. Elizabeth Anne Price of Saintfield, da. and h., d. 6 Feb. 1867 ; m. 17 June 
1804, James Blackwood, afterwards Price, of Slraugford, co. Down, d. 5 June 1855 ; 
and had issue lg to 7g. 

lg. James Charles Price of Saintfield, J. P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Down 1859, 
b. 17 June 1807 ; d. 23 May 1894 ; m. 18 Mar. 1840, Anne Margaret, da. of Major 
Patrick Savage of Portaferry, d. 14 Mar. 1877 ; and had issue lh to 3h. 

lh. James Nugent Blackwood Price of Saintfield, J. P., D.L., High Sheriff co. 
Down 1902, Brevet-Major late 60th Rifles, &c. (Saintfield House, Saintfield, co. 
Down; Army and Navy), 6. 13 Oct. 1S44; m. 5 Jan. 1869, Alice Louisa [a de- 
scendant of George (Plantagenet), Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, 
p. 279)], da. of William Robert Ward, Diplo. Service [V. Bangor Coll.] ; and has 
issue \i to 3i. 

li. Conway William Blackwood Price (United University), 6. 28 July 1872. 

2i. Rev. Edward Hyde Blackwood Price, M.A., Rector of St. Nicholas' and 
Vicar of St. Peter's, Droitwich, 6. 5 Feb. 1875. 

3z'. Ethelwyn Mary Blackwood Price, m. 27 Aug. 1901, Richard Douglas 
Perceval, C.E., J. P. (Downpatrick, co. Down); and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

I/. Richard John Perceval, 6. 26 July 1902. 

2/. Michael Charles Perceval, 6. 16 Feb. 1907. 

2h. Francis William Price, b. 27 Dec. 1847. 

3h. Catherine Anne Price. 

2g. William Robert Arthur Price, b. 22 Jan. 1813 , d. (-); m. 1st, May 1843, 
Anna Eliza, da. of the Rev. William Jex-Blake of Swanton Abbots, co. Norfolk, 
d. (-); 2ndly, Henrietta, da. of George Kenyon of Cefn, co. Denbigh; and had 
issue lh. 

lh. 1 Anna Maria Frances Price. 

3g. Rev. Townley Blackwood Price, b. 5 Jan. 1815 ; d. 1902 ; m. 1st, Feb. 1841, 
Maria Catherine, da. of the Rev. William Jex-Blake of Swanton Abbots, d. (-) ; 
2ndly, Anne, da. of the Rev. the Hon. Henry Ward [V. Bangor Coll.], d. 6 June 
1852; Zrdly, Sarah Olivia, da. of Henry Lvle of Knoctarna, co. Deny; and had 

4g. Richard Blackwood Price, Lieut.-Col. R.A., b. 12 May 1818; d. (-) ; m. 
Anne, da. of Robert Wade of Clonebrancv ; and had issue. 

5g. Mary Georgiana Price. [Nos. 15257 to 15992. 

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6g. Sarah Elizabeth Price, m. 15 June 1848, the Rev. Henry Montgomery 
Archdale of Thornhill, co. Fermanagh, M.A., b. 28 Ap. 1818 ; d. 14 Feb. 1898; and 
has issue 1// to 10//. 

1//. Edward Archdale of Castle Archdale, B.A. (Oxon.), J.P., D.L., High 
Sheriff co. Fermanagh 1902 {Castle Archdale, Irvinestown, co. Fermanagh ; Trillick 
Lodge, co. Tyrone), b. 22 Mar. 1850. 

2//. Henry Dawson Archdale, b. 1851. 

3//. James Blackwood Archdale, Major late R.A. and Army Ordnance Dept. 
(Lansdown, Camberley), b. 17 July 1853; m. Feb. 1886, Elizabeth, da. of George 
May of Cambridge ; and has issue 1 /'. 

1/. Henry Blackwood Archdale, b. 15 Mar. 1887. 

4//. Audley Mervyn Archdale (Parkside, Woodville Road, Bexhill- on-Sea), b. 
1 Oct. 1855; m. 17 Sept. 1895, Mary Scott, da. of George Elphinstone of Oakfield 
House, Streatham ; and has issue \i to 3i, 

1/'. George Mervyn Archdale, b. 14 Aug. 1896. 

1i. Margaret Helen Archdale. 

3/. Beatrice Mary Archdale. 

bh. Montgomery Archdale, b. 1858. 

6//. George Archdale, late Capt. 5th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles {Dromard, Kesh, 
co. Fermanagh), b. 27 Jan. 1860; m. 28 Dec. 1894, Mary, da. of John Graham of 
Parade House, Cowes ; and has issue 1* to 6i. 

\i. Mervyn Henry Dawson Archdale, b. 11 Mar. 1904. 

2i. George Montgomery Archdale, b. 6 July 1907. 

3*. Helen Audley Archdale. 

Ai. Mary Blackwood Archdale. 

5i. Sarah Matilda Archdale. 

6j. Joan Archdale. 

Ih. Elizabeth Price Archdale. 

8//. Sarah Blackwood Archdale, m. 10 Nov. 1886, the Rev. Edward Blanchard 
Ryan, Rector of Strangford (Strang ford Rectory, co. Down) ; and has issue. 

9//. Matilda Humphries Archdale. 

10//. Richmal Magnell Archdale. 

7g. Elizabeth Catherine Price, d. (-); m. Oct. 1841, the Rev. Alexander Orr, 
d. ( - ) ; and had issue. [Nos. 15993 to 16013. 

68. Descendants of Multon Lambarde of Sevenoaks, co. Kent (Table 
IX.), b. 29 July 1757; d. 19 Mar. 1836; m. 22 Sept. 1789, 
Aurea, da. and co-h. of Francis Otway of Ashgrove, Seven- 
oaks, d. 10 Mar. 1828 ; and had issue la to 3a. 

la. William Lambarde of Beechmont, co. Kent, b. 18 Nov. 1796; d. I June 
1866 ; m. 1 Oct. 1818, Harriet Elizabeth, da. of Sir James Naesmyth, 3rd Bt. [S.], 
d. 25 Ap. 1879 ; and had issue lb to 9b. 

lb. Multon Lambarde of Beechmont, co. Kent, b. 31 Oct. 1821 ; d. 21 Dec. 
1896; m. 27 Mar. 1848, Marianne Teresa Livesey, da. of Edmund Turton of 
Brasted, co. Kent, and of Larpool Hall, co. Yorks ; and had issue Ic to 7c. 

Ic. William Gore Lambarde (Bradbourne Hall, Rivcrhead, Kent; Beechmont, 
Sevenoaks), b. 22 May 1864; m. 10 Oct. 1888, Florence Lucy, da. of Howard 
Fetherstonhaugh of Bracklyn, co. Westmeath ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Bridget Aurea Teresa Lambarde. 

Id. Deborah Silversten Fane Lambarde. 

2c. Mary Teresa Louisa Lambarde, m. 24 Ap. 1890, Adam Young. 

3c. Ellen Grace Lambarde, b. 20 Feb. 1887. [Nos. 16014 to 16018. 

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4c. Maude Eleanor Lambarde, b. 1 Sept. 1889. 

5c. Harriet Beatrice Aurea Lambarde, m. 8 June 1886, Percy Francis Battis- 
combe of Shaw Well, J. P. (see below) (Shaw Well, Sevenoaks) ; and has issue \d 
to 5rf. 

Id.. Percival Ralph Battiscombe, b. 18 Sept. 1891. 

2d. Gwendoline Aurea Battiscombe, b. 15 May 1887. 

3d. Ruby Cicely Teresa Battiscombe, b. 3 May 1888. 

U. Violet Battiscombe, 6. 12 Ap. 1889. 

5d. Sylvia Battiscombe, b. 1 June 1890. 

6c. Ethel Julia Lambarde, m. 10 Jan. 1893, Joseph William Underwood, 4th 
Hussars (Belle Vue, Sevenoaks) ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

\d. Gerald Joseph Underwood, b. 3 June 1897. 

2d. Keene Sybil Underwood, b. 22 May 1894. 

7c. Edith Gwendoline Lambarde, b. 12 Feb. 1868. 

2b. John Lambarde, E.I.C.S., b. 28 Feb. 1823 ; d. 8 July 1848 ; m. 16 Aug. 
1847, Mary Anne Priscilla, da. of Thomas Haslam, Capt. 25th Regt. N.I. ; and had 
issue lc. 

lc. Harriet Charlotte Lambarde, m. 28 Oct. 1879, William Henley Dodgson 
(Forest Lodge, Keston, Kent) ; and has issue Id to 6d. 

Id. William Lambarde Dodgson, Lieut. R.N., b. 29 May 1880. 

2d. John Henley Dodgson, b.. 16 Oct. 1881. 

3d. Raymond Charles Dodgson, b. 11 Dec. 1882. 

Ad. Arthur Douglas Dodgson, b. 22 Aug. 1884. 

5d. Richard Heathfield Dodgson, b. 4 July 1887. 

6d. Cicely Charlotte Dodgson, b. 17 Sept. 1889. 

36. Francis Lambarde, J. P. (Manor House, Ash, Sevenoaks), b. 24 Ap. 1830 ; 
m. 1 Nov. 1866, Sophia Katharine Gambier, widow of John Barry Gurdon of 
Assington Hall, co. Suff., da. of Charles Douglas Halford of West Lodge, East 
Bergholt, co. Suff., d. 16 May 1903 ; and has issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Francis Fane Lambarde, Capt. R.A. (Manor House, Ash, Sevenoaks), b. 
24 Dec. 1868; m. 18 Oct. 1902, Marian Ethel, da. of Joseph Hinks of Warwick. 

2c. John Barrett Lambarde (Alix, Alberta, Canada), b. 20 Dec. 1874. 

3c. Florence Edith Lambarde, b. 11 Feb. 1877. 

ib. Rev. Charles James Lambarde (Ash Rectory, Sevenoaks), b. 28 Aug. 

5b. Eleanora Lambarde, b. 20 Sept. 1819; d. 23 A p. 1884; m. 5 Jan. 1854, 
Percival Battiscombe of Shaw Well, Sevenoaks, d. 30 July 1885 ; and had issue lc 
to 4c. 

lc. Percy Francis Battiscombe, J. P. (Shaw Well, Sevenoaks), b. 15 Mar. 1857 ; 
m. 8 June 1886, Harriet Beatrice Aurea, da. of Multon Lambarde of Beechmont, 
co. Kent ; and has issue. 

See above, Nos. 16021-16025. 

2c. Christopher William Battiscombe (The Retreat, Canterbury), b. 30 Mar. 
1858; m. 24 Ap. 1889, Beatrice Lucy, da. of Capt. Baird Smith ; and has issue Id 
to 2d. 

\d. Christopher Francis Battiscombe, b. 4 Ap. 1890. 

2d. Marjory Eleanor Battiscombe, b. 2 May 1891. 

3c. Eleanor Teresa Battiscombe (Arundel, West By fleet, Surrey), b. 30 July 
1860; m. 1 Sept. 1885, the Rev. Harold Brierley, Vicar of Birdstow, Ross, d.s.p. 
10 June 1906. 

4c. Emily Harriet Battiscombe, b. 7 July 1859. 

6&. Juliana Lambarde, b. 20 Dec. 1828; d. 10 Nov. 1906; m. 1857, James 
Christie Traill of Hobbister, Orkney, and of Ratter, co. Caithness, J-P-, D.L., d. 
6 Feb. 1899 ; and had issue lc to ic. [Nos. 16019 to 16052. 


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lc. James William Traill of Hobbister (Castle Hill, co. Caithness), 6. July 
1858 ; m. 1887, Ethel, da. of T. J. Sumner of Melbourne, South Australia ; and has 
issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Cecil James Traill, 6. Oct. 1888. 

2d. Sinclair George Traill, b. May 1890. 

2c. Rev. Randolph Richard William Traill (Orcolt Collect; Birmingham), b. 
Sept. 1863. 

3c. John Murray Traill, Bedfordshire Regt., b. Oct. 1865. 

4c. Minna Harriet Traill, b. Ap. 1862. 

lb. Harriet Lambarde, b. 27 Mar. 1835. 

86. Jane Aurea Lambarde, b. 10 Feb. 1841 ; d. 30 Dec. 1882 ; m. 17 Feb. 1864, 
Capt. Henry Lumsden Battiscombe ; and had issue \c to 2c. 

lc. Charles Battiscombe, Major R.A., b. 13 Aug. 1865; m. 13 Mar. 1899, 
Maria Isabella, da. of (— ) Mills; and has issue Id. 

Id. Christopher Robert Battiscombe, b. 8 Nov. 1902. 

2c. Maude Aurea Battiscombe, b. 11 Jan. 1871. 
^ 9b. Alice Mary Lambarde, b. 28 Aug. 1846; d. 21 Ap. 1900; m. 29 Mar. 
1880, Thomas Graham Jackson, R.A. ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Hugh Nicholas Jackson, Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Eagle House, Wimbledon), 
b. 21 Jan. 1881. 

2c. Basil Hippisley Jackson, b. 4 Feb. 1887. 

2a. Bridget Aurea Lambarde, b. 16 Oct. 1792; d. 1 June 1826; m. as 1st wife, 
1 July 1823, John Gurdon of Assington Hall, co. Suff., J. P., d. 1869; and had 
issue 16. 

16. John Barry Gurdon, b. 15 Ap. 1825 ; d. 28 Jan. 1863; m. 24 Fc6. 1857, 
Sophia Katharine Gambier, da. of Charles Douglas Halford of West Lodge, East 
Bergholt, co. Suff. [re-ro. 2ndly, 1 Nov. 1866, Francis Lambarde, J. P., of Manor 
House, Ash, co. Kent (see p. 135)] ; and had issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Philip Gurdon (Conduit Road, Bedford), b. 2 Dec. 1857; m. 4 Nov. 1885, 
Edith, da. of the Rev. Charles Holland, Rector of Petworth, co. Sussex ; and has 
issue Id to 3d. 

Id. John Gurdon, 6. 21 Ap. 1887. 

2d. William Nathaniel Gurdon, 6. 22 Oct. 1890. 

3d. Eleanor Joyce Gurdon. 

2c. Edward Barry Gurdon, b. 26 Ap. 1860; d. 18 Sept. 1885; m. 1882, Julia, 
da. of ( — ) Chandler of Sydney, N.S.W. ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Augustus Edward Philip Gurdon (Sydney, New South Wales), b. 11 June 

3c. William Gurdon, Major R.A., 6. 16 Ap. 1862. 

U. Mary Lambarde, b. 17 Nov. 1801 ; b. 2 Oct. 1818; m. 26 Nov. 1835, the 
Rev. Richard Salwey, Rector of Ash, near Fawkham, co. Kent [descended from the 
Lady Isabel Planiagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 318)], d. 6 Fc6. 1895 ; and had issue 
lb to 26. 

16. Edward Richard Salwey, C.E., b. 13 Ap. 1843 ; d. 5 May 1902 ; m. 9 Ap. 
1874, Ellen Isabel, da. of Edward Burges of The Ridge, co. Gloucester; and had 
issue lc. 

lc. Ellen Isold Salwey, m. 17 Jan. 1906, the Rev. Edward Parry Liddon, 
Rector of Staverton (Staverton Rectory, Northants). 

26. Harriet Laura Salwey, m. 28 Aug. 1872, Matthew Edward Howard; and 
has issue lc to 6c. 

lc. Arthur Edward Howard, 6. 6 Jan. 1874; m. 11 June 1896, Lucy, da. of 
( — ) MacSwiney of Dublin, M.D. ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Thelma Howard, 6. 24 Feb. 1898. [Nos. 16053 to 16074. 

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2c. Cecil William Howard, b. 26 May 1875. 

3c. Henry Bernard Howard, b. 22 Mar. 1877. 

4c. Kenneth Salwev Howard, ^ , ,, . . ,. „ ,„-„ 

- tr t u r.i-1-" tt , 6- (twins) 14 Dec. 1879. 

uc. Kathleen Phlhppa Howard, I ' 

6r. Clara Millicent Howard, b. 13 Jan. 1883. [Nob. 16075 to 16070. 

69. Descendants of Mary Lambarde (Table IX.), b. 17 Jan. 1752; 
d. (-); m. 31 Aug. 1784, the Rev. John Hallward, Vicar 
of Assington, co. Suffolk, d, 24 Dec. 1826; and had issue la 
to 2a, 

la. Rev. John Hallward, Rector of Easthorpe, co. Essex, and later of Swepstone, 
co. Leicester, b. 1791 ; d. 6 June 1865 ; m. Emily Jane, da. of Charles Powell Leslie 
of Glasslough, co. Monaghan, d. (-) ; and had issue lb to 46. 

lb. Rev. John Leslie Hallward, Rector of Gilston, co. Herts, b. 29 Jan. 1823 ; 
d. 3 Oct. 1896; m. 22 Aug. 1854, Martha Clementina, da. of Hie Rev. Robert Govett, 
Vicar of Staines, co. Middx., d. 22 Feb. 1907 ; and had issue Ic to 5c. 

la Norman Leslie Hallward of the Indian Educational Service (United Service 
Club, Calcutta), b. 3 Mar. 1859 ; m. 14 Sept. 1897, Evelyn Alice, da. of Major-Gen. 
Evelyn Pulteney Gurdon ; and has issue Id to Id- 
Id. Bertrand Leslie Hallward, b. 24 May 1901. 

Id. Philip Norman Romaine Hallward, b. I Feb. 1903. 

2c. Herbert Romaine Hallward, b. 21 Oct. 1860. 

3c. Rev. Lancelot William Hallward (Cala Rectory, Temhuland, Kaffraria), 
b. 4 July 1867. 

4c. Clement Govett Hallward, b. 30 June 1870. 

5c. Constance Maude Hallward (21 Pembroke Gardens, S.W.), b. 15 Feb. 1865. 

2b. Charles Bemers Hallward, b. 2 Aug. 1825 ; d. 6 Jan. 1896 ; m. 2 Oct. 1850, 
Elizabeth Anne, da. of Peter Morgan of H.M. Dockyard, Woolwich, d. Nov. 1874; 
and had issue Ic to 8c. 

Ic. Charles Morgan Leslie Hallward, b. 8 Oct. 1852; d. July 1907; m. Kate, 
da. of James Southerion; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Dorothy Hallward. 

2d. Muriel Hallward. 

2c. Cyril Randolph Hallward (25 Hogarth Road, S.W.), b. 27 Jan. 1857; m. 
1902, Mary, da. of J. Muggliston of Lytham, co. Lane. 

3c. William Lambarde Hallward (98a Lexham Gardens, Kensington), b. 9 Oct. 
1854; m. 23 Aug. 1888, Grace, da. of William James Murray of Wolverton, co. 
Norfolk; and has issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Basil Murray Hallward, b. 17 Nov. 1891. 

2d. Iola Leslie Hallward, b. 19 July 1889. 

3d. Clare Joyce Hallward, b. 9 June 1899. 

4c. Reginald Francis Hallward (Woodlands, Shorne, near Graveseud), b. 18 Oct. 
1859; m. 2 June 1886, Adelaide Caroline, da. of Robert William Bloxam of Ryde, 
I.W. ; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Reginald Michael Bloxam Hallward, b. 2 Oct. 1889. 

2d. Christopher John Hallward, b. 6 Jan. 1898. 

M. Faith Margaret Hallward. 

id. Patience Mary Hallward. 

5d. Priscilla Evelyn Gabrielle Jeanette Hallward. 

5c. Arthur Wellesley Hallward (Milton House, Bedford Park. W.), b. 4 Mar. 
1860; m. 21 Sept. 1887, Caroline Sarah, da. of John Marley of Darlington; and 
has issue Id to 2d. [Nos. 16080 to 16100. 


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Id. Kenneth Leslie Hallward, b. 1 Nov. 1888. 

2d. Marjorie Hallward, b. 7 June 1890. 

6c Evelyn Elizabeth Hallward, m. 9 Ap. 1878, William Mackinlay (Meppadi, 
South Wynaad, S. India) ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Maud Mackinlay, b. 19 Oct. 1882. 

7c. Eleanor Frances Graeme Hallward, m. 11 Mar. 1902, Col. James Ridgeway 
Dyas, Royal "Warwickshire Regt. (Brook House, Woodbridge, co. Suffolk) ; and has 
issue Id to 2d. 

\d. John Hallward Dyas, b. 26 Feb. 1907. 

2d. Eleanor Josephine Sprye Dyas, b. 6 Oct. 1909. 

8c. Lilian Berkeley Hallward (112 Cromwell Road, S.W.). 

3b. Rev. Thomas William Onslow Hallward, Vicar of Frittenden, co. Kent, 
b. 9 Aug. 1827; d. 24 June 1899; m. 1 May 1863, Mary Sophia [a descendant of 
King Henry VII., &c] (Maplehurst Farm, Staplehurst, Kent), da. of Henry Hoare 
of Iden Manor, Staplehurst, co. Kent ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 274, Nos. 24735-24746; and the Exeter Volume, 
p. 197, Nos. 7100-7110. 

ib. Emily Jane Hallward, b. 31 Mar. 1824; d. 9 June 1906; m. 22 June 
1853, the Rev. James Bradby Sweet, Vicar of Otterton, co. Devon, d. 3 Jan. 1897 ; 
and had issue lc to 5c. 

lc. James Leslie Sweet (2 Bedford Row, London, W.C.), b. 25 Jan. 1857; m. 
15 Oct. 1885, Ellen Caroline, da. of John Barclay, M.D. ; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. John Laxon Leslie Sweet, b. 21 July 1886. 

2d. Gerald Herbert Leslie Sweet, b. 13 May 1892. 

3d. Cyril Vincent Leslie Sweet, b. 19 July 1900. 

4d. Margaret Leslie Sweet, b. 24 June 1888. 

5d. Winifred Mary Leslie Sweet, b. 1 June 1897. 

2c. William MacMurdo Sweet, I.P.W.D., Superintending Engineer, Dacca 
(Dacca, E. Bengal), b. 14 Feb. 1860; m. Feb. 1895, May, da. of John Francis 
Hunnard ; and has issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Jack Sweet, b. 20 Dec. 1895. 

2d. Richard MacMurdo Sweet, b. 10 Nov. 1899. 

3d. Beryl Sweet, b. 8 June 1898. 

3c. Edward Hoare Sweet, M.D. (Uckfield, Sussex), b. 6 Aug. 1861 ; m. 28 Jan. 
1904, Hilda Mary, da. of the Rev. Edward Sanderson; and has issue Id. 

Id. Enid Marjorie Sweet, b. 15 Aug. 1905. 

4c. Florence Emily Caroline Sweet, m. 12 Jan. 1909, the Rev. George Peregrine 
Barber Viner, Rector of Mottingham (Mottingham Rectory, Kent). 

5c. Mary Beatrice Sweet (Church Lodge, Fleet, Hants). 

2a. Rev. Nathaniel William Hallward, Rector of Mild en, co. Suffolk, d. Oct. 
1884 ; m. Harriet, da. of Charles Powell Leslie of Glasslough, co. Monaghan, M.P.; 
and had issiie lb to 26. 

16. Rev. John William Hallward, Chaplain of Wandsworth Gaol, d. 5 May 
1874 ; m. 7 Dec. 1859, Eliza (8 Ashley Gardens, S.W.), da. of William Henning of 
Frame, co. Dorset ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Frederick Charles Leslie Hallward (4 Ashley Gardens, S.W.), b. 16 Dec. 
1862 ; unm. 

2c. Mary Augusta Leslie Hallward, m. FitzPatrick Mackworth-Praed. 

2b. Harriet Christina Hallward, m. 1856, Arthur William Saunders of Tullig, 
co. Kerry; and has issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Arthur Leslie Saunders, PCS. (Lucknow), b. 1862 : m. 1896, Edith Lilian, 
da. of (— ) Hughes-Hallett. 

2c. William St. Lawrence Saunders, Capt. (ret.) Suffolk Regt., b. 13 June 1863. 

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70. Descendants of Jane Lambarpe (Table IX.), b. 3 Oct. 1764; 
d. 14 Feb. 1836 ; m. 13 Sept. 1785, the Eight Rev. John 
Randolph, D.D., Lord Bishop of London, d. 28 July 1813; 
and had issue 1« to 3a. 

\a. Rev. Thomas Randolph, Rector of Mitch Hadham, co. Herts, b. 9 Nov. 1788 ; 
d. 2 May 1875; m. 28 May 1813, Caroline Diana, da. of the Right Hon. Sir 
Archibald Macdonald, 1st Bt. [G.B.] [a descendant of King Henry VII. (see Tudor 
Roll, Table LXXX1V.)] ; and had issue 16 to 3b. 

lb. Rev. Edward John Randolph, Rector of Dunnington and Chancellor and 
Prebendary of York, b. 17 Ap. 1814 ; d. 9 Dec. 1898 ; m. 5 July 1843, Catharine, da. 
of Sir George Rich, d. 24 June 1899 ; and had issue \c to lie. 

\c. Rev. Edward Seymour Leveson Randolph (17 Trinity Gardens, Folkestone), 
b. 30 May 1849 ; m. 23 Ap. 1881, Agnes Katharine, widow of William Garforth of 
Wiganthorpe, co. York, da. of Major George Duff, 19th Lancers. 

2c Granville Walter Randolph (24 Shaftesbury Avenue, Bradford), b. 10 Feb. 
1851 ; m. 8 June 1881, Mildred Casandra [a descendant of Anne of Exeter, sister 
to Kings Edward IV. and Richard III.], da. of Rev. the Hon. Charles James 
Willoughby ; and has issue \g to 4g. 

lg. Charles Edward Randolph, b. 1 Jan. 1883. 

2g. Thomas Granville Randolph, b. 31 Oct. 1886. 

3g. George Algernon Randolph, b. 2 Ap. 1890. 

4g. Hylda Mary Randolph. 

3c. Charles James Randolph (Saham Hall, Watton, Norfolk), b. 28 Dec. 1858 ; 
m. 16 July 1890, Richmond Emmeline Mary, da, of E. W. H. Scheuley, 60th 

4c. Rev. William Frederick Herbert Randolph (The Vicarage, Frome Selwood, 
Somerset), b. 8 Nov. 1862 ; m. 27 July 1898, Dorothy, da. of the Rev. Henry Montagu 
Villiers [E. of Clarendon Coll., and a descendant of the Lady Anne, sister of King 
Edward IV. (see the Exeter Volume, p. 381)], Vicar of St. Paul's, Knightsbridge, 
and Prebendary of St. Paul's Cathedral, by his wife the Lady Victoria [a descendant 
of Kings Henry VII. and Edward IV. (see Tudor Roll, p. 427)], da, of John (Russell), 
1st Earl Russell [U.K.], KG. 

5c. Algernon Forbes Randolph, Col. in the Army (ret.) (Army and Navv), 
b. 12 Ap. 1865. 

6c. Jane Caroline Randolph, b. 5 May 1844. 

7c. Agnes Catharine Randolph (St. John's Road, Newbury), m. 16 Oct. 1879, 
Charles Howard, d. 24 July 1907, s.p. 

8c. Caroline Flora Macdonald Randolph, b. 30 Sept. 1853. 

9c. Mary Elizabeth Randolph, m. 13 Oct. 1881, James Frederick Digby 
Willoughby (Southwell, Notts) [B. Middleton Coll., and a descendant of Anne of 
Exeter, sister to Kings Edward IV. and Richard III.] ; and has issue Id to id. 
Id. Ronald James Edward Willoughby, Mid. R.N., b. 7 May 1884. 
2d. Archibald Macdonald Willoughby, Mid. R.N., b. 20 May 1887. 
3d. Bernard Digby Willoughby, b. 8 Ap. 1896. 
id. Katherine Mary Seymour Willoughby. 

10c. Emily Ann Randolph (16 Herbert Crescent, S.W.), in. 29 Jan. 1885, 
Charles Edward Farmer ; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Charles George Edgar Farmer, b. 28 Nov. 1885. 
2d. Harry Gamul Farmer, b. 12 Mar. 1887. 
3d. Hugh Robert Macdonald Farmer, b. 3 Dec. 1907. 
id. Olive Agnes Emmeline Farmer, b. 16 July 1895. 
5d. Ruth Alice Farmer, b. 10 Aug. 1896. 

lie. Augusta Margaret Randolph, b. 30 Dec. 1860. [Nos. 16139 to 16162. 


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2b. Sir George Granville Randolph^ K.C.B., Aim. R.N., b. 26 Jan. 1818; d. 
16 May 1907; m. 4 Feb. 1851, Eleanor Harriet, da. of Joseph Arkwright of Mark 
Hall, co. Essex, d. 5 Ap. 1907 ; and had issue \c to 3c. 

If. Rev. Rodney Granville Randolph (Moray Lodge, Duston, Northanls), b. 
23 Nov. 1851 ; m. Oct. 1884, Frances Charlotta, da. of John Christopher Mansel 
of Cosgrove, co. Northants. 

2c. Rose Caroline Randolph, m. 28 Ap. 1885, the Rev. Alfred George Lovelace 
Bowling, formerly Vicar of St. Barnabas, Hove (Moreton End House, Harpenden) ; 
and has issue Id to Qd. 

Ad. Charles Randolph Bowling, b. 18 Feb. 1886. 

2d. Edwyn Randolph Bowling, b. 27 Sept. 1892. 

3d. Harold Randolph Bowling, b. 4 Jan. 1894. 

id. Geoffrey Randolph Bowling, b. 30 Aug. 1898. 

5d. Rose Mary Bowling, b. 2 Mar. 1887. 

Cid. Margaret Mary Bowling, b. 4 June 1896. 

3c. Violet Mary Randolph. 

3b. Rev. Leveson Cyril Randolph, Vicar of St. Luke's, Lower Norwood, b. 1828 ; 
d. 1 Mar. 1876; m. 13 July 1854, Anne [a descendant of Anne of Exeter, sister to 
King Edward IV., &c. (see Exeter Volume, p. 240)], da. of Rev. the Hon. John 
Evelyn Boscawen, Rector of Wootton, co. Surrey, Canon of Canterbury, d. 27 Feb. 
1899 ; and had issue \c to 4c. 

lc. George Boscawen Randolph, J.P. (Steeple Aston, Oxon.), b. 28 Oct. 1864. 

2c. Right Rev. John Hugh Granville Randolph, D.D., Lord Bishop of Guild- 
ford (Guildford), b. 28 Jan. 1866 ; m. 31 Jan. 1895, Beatrice Mary, da. of the Rev. 
Samuel Back, Vicar of Maxstoke ; and has issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Joan Mary Randolph, b. 14 Oct. 1898. 

2d. Margaret Ann Randolph, b. 22 Ap. 1899. 

3d. Frances Edith Randolph, b. 15 Oct. 1901. 

3c. Margaret Catherine Randolph, b. 30 Dec. 1860. 

4c. Annie Eveline Randolph, b. 28 Feb. 1863. 

2a. Rev. John Honvwood Randolph, Rector of Saunderstead, co. Surrey, b. 
8 Mar. 1791 ; d. June 1868; m. 1814, Sarah, da. of Richard Wilson of Bildeston ; 
and had issue \b to 3b. 

lb. Rev. John Randolph, Rector of Saunderstead, b. 15 May 1821 ; d. 11 July 
1881 ; m. 29 Ap. 1851, Harriet, da. of John Robert Bell; and had issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Percy John Charles Randolph (Erdington, Worcestershire), b. 11 Sept. 1858 ; 
m. 16 Nov. 1897, Constance, da. of Richard Shaw. 

2c. Evelyn Sarah Frances Randolph I (7 Haldon Terrace. Dawlish, 

3c. Leila Frances Atwood Randolph J 5. Devon). 

2b. Hannah Georgiana Randolph, in. 8 Jan. 1857, the Rev. Frederick John 
Coleridge, M.A., Rector of Cadbury 1855-1906 and R.D. 1873-97, b. 4 Dec. 1826; 
(/. 20 Jan. 1906 ; and has issue lc to 5c. 

lc. Rev. George Frederick Coleridge, Vicar of Crowthorne (Crowthorne Vicar- 
age, Berks), b. 10 Nov. 1857 ; unm. 

2c. Hugh Fortescue Coleridge, D.S.O., Lieut.-Col. Loyal N. Lancashire Regt., 
served in S. Africa 1899-1900 (A aval and Military ; Gough Barracks, the Curragh, 
co. Dublin), b. 11 Jan. 1858; m. 12 Sept. 1906, Kathleen Grace Fane, da. of Rear- 
Adm. John Hugh Bainbridge of Elfordleigh, Plympton. 

3c. James Duke Carmichael Coleridge, b. 14 Jan. 1860 ; unm. 

4c. Flora Augusta Townsend Coleridge, unm. 

5c. Constance Georgiana Randolph Coleridge, m. 12 Ap. 1894, John Henry 
Cann (Gothelney Hall, Bridgewaler) ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Hugh John Cann, b. 19 Sept. 1896. 

2d. Constance Nancy Coleridge Cann, b. 7 Sept. 1900. [Nos. 16163 to 16189. 

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36. Sarah Augusta Randolph, m. 2 Nov. 1848, Francis James Coleridge of the 
Manor House, Ottery St. Mary, b. 26 May 1825; d. 5 June 1862; and has issue 
lc to 7c. 

lc. Percy Duke Coleridge, Lieut. R.M.L.I., b. 1 Sept. 1850 ; d. 29 Mar. 1881 ; 
m. 27 June 1877, Edith Laura Matilda [descended from King Henry VII. (see 
Tudor Roll, p. 201)1, da. of Capt. Lovell Stanhope Richard Lovell ; and had issue 
Id to 2d. 

Id. John Coleridge, b. 25 Ap. 1878; m. 

2d. Percy Coleridge, b. 20 July 1880 ; m. 

■2c. Francis Randolph Cyril Coleridge, Chief Constable of Devon 1891-1907, 
b. 27 Nov. 1854 ; m. 1 Aug. 1903, Alice Gertrude, widow of Capt. Hayhurst France, 
da. of R. N. Hawks of Dolcorsllwyn, co. Montgomery, s.p. 

3c. Frances Augusta Coleridge, m. at Colombo, 20 Feb. 1878, Robert Holme 
Sumner Scott. 

4c. Harriet Georgiana Coleridge, m. 26 Jan. 1882, William Nicholas Connock 
Marshall, J. P. (Treworgey, Liskeard, Cornwall) ; and has issue Id to 2d- 

Id. Coleridge Connock Marshall, b. 15 Mar. 1883. 

2d. Monica A. Connock Marshall. 

5c. Emily Joanna Coleridge, uniu. 

6c. Dorothy Helen Coleridge, ;;;. 26 Jan. 1882, Reginald Philip Sumner [yst. 
son of Charles Sumner of Hempsted, co. Glos., a County Court Judge]. 
7c. Celia Elizabeth Coleridge, unm. 

3a. Rev. George Randolph, b. 16 Feb. 1797; d. 1880; m. 20 Aug. 1822, 
Catharine Elizabeth [a descendant of King Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, p. 536)], 
da. of the Rev. Henry R/ger Driunmond, Rector of Fawsley, co. Hants; and had 
issue lb. 1 

lb- Rev. Cyril Randolph (Cltartham Rectory, Canterbury), b. 6 Feb. 1826; m. 
30 Sept. 1851, Frances Selina, da. of Lionel Charles Hervey ; and has issue 
1 c to 7c. 

lc. Felton George Randolph, b. 4 Ap. 1854; d. 29 Dec. 1906; m. 14 Jan. 
1896, Emily Margaret, da. of Sir Evan Colville Nepean, C.B. ; and had issue 
Id to Id. 

Id. John Hervey Randolph, b. 3 Mar. 1897. 

2d. Cyril George Randolph, b. 26 June 1898. 

3d. Thomas Berkeley Randolph, b. 15 Mar. 1904. 

id. Mary Frances Elizabeth Randolph, b. 24 Nov. 1896. 

5d. Susan Emily Randolph, b. 6 Aug. 1900. 

6 ( f. Margaret Isobel Randolph, b. July 1902. 

Id. Barbara May Randolph, b. 6 Mar. 1906. 

2c. Rev. Berkeley William Randolph, D.D., Hon. Canon of Ely (Theological 
College, Ely), b. 10 Mar. 1858. 

3c. Hugh Lionel Randolph (140 Reconquista, Buenos Ayres, Argentina), b. 
20 July 1868 ; m. 20 June 1899, Lily Constance, da, of Charles Y. Fell, of St. 
John's, Nelson, N.Z. ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Bernard Nolan Randolph, b. 1900. 

2d. Richard Seymour Randolph, b. 1904. 

4c. Gertrude Frances Randolph, b. 25 Sept. 1853. 

5c. Selina Catharine Randolph, b. 13 Ap. 1859. 

6c. Agnes Susan Randolph, b. 2 Nov. 1861. 

7c. Florence Mary Randolph, b. 23 Dec. 1862. [Nos. 16190 to 16216. 

i iV.B.—These should be in Tudor Roll, p. 536, between Nos. 35767-35768. 
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71. Descendants of Jane Whbler (Table IX.), d. G Dec. 1847; m. 
10 Sept. 1774, Hexry (Hood), 2nd Viscount [G.B.] and 
Baron [G.B. and L] Hood, b. 25 Aug. 1753; d. 25 Jan. 
1836 ; and had issue la to 4a. 

la. Hon. Francis WheUr Hood, Lieut.-Col. in the Army, b. 4 Oct. 1781; d. 
(being killed in action on the heights of Aire) 2 Mar. 1814 ; m. 11 Oct. 1804, Caro- 
line, da. of Sir Andrew Suape Hamond, 1st Bt. [G.B.], d. 11 Mar. 1858; and had 
issue lb to lb. 

16. Samuel (Hood, afterwards (R.L. 12 Feb. 1840) Hood-Tibbits), 3rd Viscount 
[G.B.] and Baron [G.B. and I.] Hood, b. 10 Jan. 1808 ; d. 8 May 1846 ; m. 27 June 
1837, Marv Isabella, da. and h. of Richard John Tibbits of Barton Seagrave Hall, 
co. Northants [by his wife Horatia Charlotte, da. of Thomas Lockwood and Char- 
lotte, da. of Lord George Manners-Sutton, a descendant of the Lady Anne, sister of 
King Fdward IV. (see Exeter Volume, p. 165)] [m. Indly, 5 May 1819, George 
Hall of Brighton, M.D.; 3rdly, 17 June 1858, Cap/. John Borlase Maunsell], and 
d. (-) ; and had issue \c to 3c. 

\c. Francis Wheler (Hood), 4th Viscount [G.B.] and Baron [G.B. and I.] Hood, 
b. 4 July 1838; d. 27 Ap. 1907; m. 18 July 1865, Edith Lydia Drummond, da. 
of Arthur W. Ward of Calverley, Tunbridge Wells ; and had issue Id to Gd. 

Id. Grosvenor Arthur Alexander (Hood), 5th Viscount [G.R.] and Baron [G.B. 
and I.] Hood, late Major Grenadier Guards (Barton Seagrave, Kettering; 17 Hert- 
ford Street, Mayfair, W.), b. 13 Nov. 1868. 

2d. Hon. Horace Lambert Alexander Hood, M.V.O., D.S.O., Capt. R.X., 
b. 4 Oct. 1870. 

3d. Hon. Neville Albert Hood, Capt. R.A., b. 4 Oct. 1872 ; m. 1908, Eveline 
Mary, da. of Herman Usticke Broad of Trisilian, Falmouth ; and has issue le. 

le. Edith Rosemary Hood. 

id. Hon. Francis George Hood, 6. 28 Mar. 1880; m. 20 Oct. 1904, Helen 
Kendell Mouncey, da. of Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Edward Gawler Prior of Victoria, 
B.C., P.C., Canada; and has issue le. 

le. Francis Basil Hood, b. 5 Sept. 1904. 

5d. Hon. Mabel Edith Hood, b. 26 May 1866 ; d. 18 Jan. 1904 ; m. 25 July 
1889, Francis Denzil Edward (Baring), 5th Baron Ashburton [U.K.] [descended 
from King Henry I'll.] (The Grange, Alresford, Hants) ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 454, Nos. 31825-31829. 

Gd. Hon. Dorothy Violet Hood. 

2c. Hon. Albert Hood, late Rifle Brigade (Upham House, Bishop's Waltham ; 
The Hook, Titchfield), b. 26 Aug. 1841 ; m. 2 June 1868, Julia Jane, da. of Thomas 
Wynn Hornby of Upham House, co. Hants, d. 20 Aug. 1906 ; and has issue Id to Id. 

Id. Samuel Wynn Hornby Hood (Curdridge, Bothy, Hants), b. 30 Mar. 1869; 
m. 29 Oct. 1906, Ethel Norah, da. of Lionel Smith. 

2d. Albert Oscar Hood, late Lieut. 5th Batt. Rifle Brigade, b. 2 Ap. 1870. 

3d. Edward Hood (Dromore, co. Kerry), b. 18 July 1872; m. 27 Oct. 1900, 
Nora Eveleen, da. of Richard Mahony of Dromore Castle, co. Kerry, D.L. 

id. Alexander Frank Hood, formerly Capt. 3rd Vol. Batt. E. Surrey Regt., 
b. 27 Jan. 1874; m. 21 June 1905, Gladys Ursula, da. of Edward C. Youell of 
Galatz, Roumania; and has issue le. 

le. Albert Edward Hood, b. 23 Mar. 1906. 

5d. Robert Valentine Hood, b. 5 Feb. 1876. 

Gd. Emily Beryl Sissy Hood, m. 19 Sept. 1893, Edward (Digby), 10th Baron 

Digby [G.B.] [a descendant of King Henry VII. (see the Tudor Roll, p. 454)] (Min- 

terne House, Cerne Abbas, Dorset; 16 Grosvenor Place, S .W .) ; and has issue le 

to 5e. [Nos. 16217 to 16236. 

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le. Hon. Edward Kenelm Digby, b. 1 Aug. 1894. 

2e. Hon. Robert Henry Digby, b. 24 Nov. 1903. 

3e. Hon. Lettice Theresa Digby. 

ie. Hon. Geraldine Margot Digby. 

he. Hon. Venetia Jane Digby. 

Id. Marguerite Jenny Hood, b. 20 May 1881. 

3c. Hon. Alexander Frederick Hood (Airmyn Hall, Goole, Yorks), b. 20 May 
1843; m. 7 June 1870, Ethel Cecilia [a descendant of King Henry VII., and also 
through Mortimer-Percy, &c], da. of Algernon Charles Heber-Percy of Hodnet 
Hall, co. Salop ; and has issue. 

See p. 68, Nos. 834-838. 

26. Hon. Caroline Hood, b. 16 Oct. 1805; d. 9 May 1890; m. 25 Feb. 1834, 
Arthur Francis Gregory of Styvechale Hall, co. Warwick, D.L., d. 27 Feb. 1853; 
and had issue \c. 

Ic. Francis Hood Gregory of Styvechale, J. P., M.A. (Oxon.), formerly Major 
15th Hussars and A.D.C. to Duke of Abercorn when Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, to Lord 
Mayo when Viceroy of India, ifcc. (Styvechale Hall, Coventry), b. 29 Oct. 1836. 

2a. Samuel (Hood), 2nd Baron Bridport [I.], b. 7 Dec. 1788; d. 6 Jan. 1868; m. 
3 July 1810, Charlotte Mary, suo jure 3rd Duchess of Bronte [Sicily], da. and h. of 
William (Nelson), 1st Earl Nelson [U.K.] and 2nd Duke of Bronte [Sicily], b. 

20 Sept. 1787 ; d. 29 Jan. 1873 ; and had issue lb to 5b. 

lb. Alexander Nelson (Hood), 3rd Baron [I.] and 1st Viscount [U.K.] Brid- 
port and 4th Duke of Bronte [Sicily], b. 23 Dec. 1814 ; d. 4 June 1904 ; m. 2 Aug. 
1838, Mary [a descendant of Anne of Exeter, sister to King Edward IV., &c], da. 
of Arthur Blundell Bandvs Trumbull (Hill), 3rd Marquis of Downshire [/.], d. 
15 July 1884 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 323-324, Nos. 23985-24031. 

2b. Hon. Mary Sophia Hood, b. 1 Dec. 1811 ; d. 29 Jan. 1888; m. as 2nd 
wife, 17 Aug. 1841, John Lee Lee of DilUngton, co. Somerset, d. 16 Aug. 1874; 
and had issue Ic to 3c. 

Ic. Edward Hanning Lee (now D.P. 13 June 1876) Hanning-Lee, J.P., Col. 
formerly Comdg. 2nd Life Guards (Old Manor House, Bighton, Alresford), b. 26 Aug. 
1845; m. 1872, Georgiana Emma, da. of Edward Marjoribanks of the Hall, Bushey, 
co. Herts; and has issue Id to id. 

Id. Vaughan Alexander Hanning-Lee, Comm. R.N., b. 1 Oct. 1878. 

2d. Francis Charles Hanning-Lee, Lieut. R.N., b. 29 Sept. 1880. 

3d. Hazel Hanning-Lee, b. 15 Aug. 1877. 

id. Robinia Marion Hanning-Lee, m. as 2nd wife, 5 Feb. 1902, Henry Edmund 
(Butler), 14th Viscount Mountgarret [I.] [a descendant of King Henry VII., &c] 
(Ballyconra, co. Kilkenny, &c); and has issue Id. 

Id. Hon. Piers Henry Augustine Butler, b. 28 Aug. 1903. 

2c. William Hanning-Lee, late Col. Comdg. 2nd Dragoon Guards (Old Cation, 
Norwich), b. 9 Dec. 1846 ; m. 31 Oct. 1877, Emilie Georgiana, da. of the Rev. Alfred 
Bond ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Seymour Hanning-Lee, b. 25 Sept. 1881. 

3c. Emily Mary Lee, d. Mar. 1893; m. 1st, Thomas Spragging Godfrey of 
Balderton Hall, co. Notts, d. ( - ) ; 2ndly, 28 Dec. 1882, Major-Gen. Henry Lowther 
Balfour, R.A. ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Edward Lee Godfrey, b. 1868. 

2d. Alice Sophia Godfrey, b. 2 Jan. 1865; d. 12 May 1886; m. as 1st wife, 

21 Ap. 1885, the Hon. Francis Albert Rollo Russell (Sleep, Petersfwld) ; and had 
issue le. 

le. Arthur John Godfrey Russell, b. 11 Mar. 1886. 
3d. Violet Lucy Godfrey. 

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3b. Hon. Charlotte Hood, b. 8 Aug. 1813; d. 21 Aug. 1906; m. as 2nd wife, 
4 Sept. 1845, Horace William Noel Rochfort of Clogrenane, co. Carlow, d. 16 May 
1891 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 202, Nos. 7263-7269. 

4b. Hon. Catharine Louisa Hood, b. 25 Mar. 1818 ; d. 6 Oct. 1893 ; m. 18 Ap. 
1837, Henry Hall of Barton Abbey, co. Oxon., d. 17 Nov. 1862; and had issue \c 
to 9c. 

U. Alexander William Hall, M.P., J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Oxford 1867 
(Barton Abbey, Steeple Aston, Oxon.), b. 20 June 1838; m. 27 Aug. 1863, Emma 
Gertrude, da. of Edward Jowett of Eltofts, co. York ; and has issue \d to Id. 

Id. Alexander Nelson Hall (Cornwall Manor, Chipping Norton), b. 25 July 
1865; m. 4 Aug. 1891, Susan Isabel, da. of Col. G. C. Porter of Fairford Park, co. 
Gloucester, s.p. 

Id. Robin Henry Edward Hall (The Priory, Prior's Marslon, Byfield, R.S.O., 
Warwickshire), b. 29 Jan. 1882 ; unm. 

3d. Marion Alexandra Gertrude Hall, m. 1889, Lieut.-Col. Malcolm Stewart 
Riach, 2nd Batt. Cameron Highlanders (Tientsin, North China) ; and has issue 
If to Be. 

le. Stewart Malcolm Alexander Riach, b. Jan. 1892. 

2f. Ronald Riach. 

3e. Nigel Riach. 

4d. Muriel Hall, m. 1890, the Rev. Frank Langley Appleford, Rector of Castle 
Combe (Castle Combe Rectory, near Chippenham) ; and has issue If to 2e. 

le. Walter Alexander Nelson Appleford, b. 5 Mar. 1891. 

2e. Doreen Langley Appleford, b. 27 Nov. 1901. 

5d. Amabel Hall, m. 15 Oct. 1896, the Rev. Spencer Henry Harrison, Rector 
of Aswarby (Aswarby Rectory, Folkingham, Lincolnshire); and has issue le. 

le. Rosaleen Verena Harrison, b. 23 June 1907. 

Gd. Mary Verena Hall, m. 26 July 1899, Alfred Hewston Holmes, M.U. 
(Down Hall, Rippingill, Lincolnshire) ; and has issue. 

Id. Monica Hall, m. 2 July 1902, James Frederick Farquharson ; and has 
issue If to 2f. 

If. William James Farquharson, b. 26 Feb. 1904. 

2f. Ellen Constance Lorraine Farquharson, b. 30 Dec. 1906. 

2c. Henry Samuel Hall, C.B., V.D. (25 Longridge Road, South Kensington, 
S.W.), b. 17 Oct. 1839 ; m. Jan. 1874, Eleanor Elizabeth Mary, da. of Gen. Edward 
Boxer, R.A., F.R.S., s.p. 

3c. Herbert Lee Hall, late 61st Regt., b. 20 Nov. 1841 ; unm. 

4c. Hugh Hall, D.C.L., Bar.-at-Law (100 Holywell Street, Oxford), b. (— ) ; m. 
9 Dec. 1880, Elinor Mildred, da. of the Rev. John Wright Hopkins, Vicar of Aghern, 
co. Cork ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Hugh Frederick Gethin Hall, b. 24 Oct. 1881. 

5c. Horatio Nelson Hall, b. 11 Mar. 1852; unm. 

6c. Arthur Yonge Hall, b. 23 Oct. 1856; unm. 

7c. Hilare Charlotte Hall, m. 29 Dec. 1863, John de Burgh Rochfort (Clo- 
grenane, co. Carlow); and has issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 202, Nos. 7271-7277. 

8c. Frances Caroline Hall. 

9c. Catharine Hester Hall, m. 1st, 16 May 1865, Stafford Majendie Brown, d. 
29 Ap. 1892; 2ndly, 13 Aug. 1892, George Ffrench (Adderbury, near Banbury, 
Oxon.) ; and has issue Id to Id. 

Id. Stafford Brown, b. 1 Nov. 1866 ; m. Emily Ella, da. of (— ) ; and has 
issue If. 

If. Stafford Meredith Brown, b. 22 Ap. 1898. [Nos. 16309 to 16349. 

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2d. Majendie Brown, b. 17 Jan. 1871 ; m. 8 June 1903, Geraldine May, da. of 
Richard Berridge ; and has issue le to ie. 

le. Richard Majendie Brown, b. 19 Aug. 1907. 
2e. Frances Helen May Brown, b. 14 Oct. 1903. 
3e. Catharine Joan Brown, b. 30 Dec. 1904. 
ie. Nora Ena Brown, b. 9 Ap. 1906. 

3d. Horatio Nelson Brown, b. 15 Oct. 1876 ; m. 18 Oct. 1897, Annie Kate, da. 
of Edward William May ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Guy Nelson Brown, b. 13 July 1901. 

2e. Lorna Brown, b. 14 Oct. 1898. 

id. Nicholas George Ffrench, b. 26 Oct. 1893. 

M. Ethel Maud Brown, in. 6 Feb. 1895, Thomas Oates Halliwell ; and has issue 
le to 2e. 

le. Eric Oates Halliwell, b. 31 Dec. 1903. 

2e. Marjorie Halliwell, b. 30 Oct. 1895. 

M. Hilaire Katharine Esme Brown, m. 19 Jan. 1899, Edward Theodore Sandys ; 
and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Edith Mary Sandys, b. 17 Dec. 1899. 

Ie. Sybil Esme Sandys, b. 17 Nov. 1900. 

de. Hilare Mina Sandys, b. 16 June 1903. 

Id. Hester Sybil Alexandra Brown, in. 30 July 1 902, Edward Henry Hodge. 

55. Hon. Fanny Caroline Hood, b. 29 Mar. 1821 : d. 2 Oct. 1903 ; m. 20 May 
1845, Sir John Walrond Walrond, 1st Bt. [U.K.], d. 23 Ap. 1889 ; and had issue. 
See the Exeter Volume, pp. 119-120, Nos. 1455-1497. 

3a. Hon. Susannah Hood, b. 17 May 1779; d. 1 Nov. 1823; m. the Rev. 
Richard George Richards, Vicar of Hambledon, Hants, bur. 25 June 1841 ; aged 68 : 
and had (with possibly other) issue (a son, Major Hood Richards, who had a son and 
da. who d. unm.). 

4a. Hon. Seliua Hood, b. 16 Xov. 1782; d. 17 Jan. 1863; m. 16 Ap. 1805, 
Vice-Admiral Sir Francis Mason. K.C.B., d. 27 May 1853 ; and had issue lb to lb. 

\b. Francis John Mills Mason, b. 4 May 1821 ; d. 14 July 1899; m. 7 Aug. 
1851, Jane, da. of William Morton of Kent's Green, co. Worcester, d. June 1852; 
and had issue le to 2c. 

le. Rev. Francis Wheler Randall Mason, M.A. (Oxon.), Chaplain of Wroxall 
Abbey {The Firs, Warwick), b. 11 July 1852; m. 5 Oct. 1887, Amy, da. of the Rev. 
Lester Lester of Swanage ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Rachel Lois Mason. 

2c. Rev. Charles Arthur Mason, M.A. (Oxon.), Vicar of Otterbourne, formerly 
Canon of Allahabad (Otterbourne Vicarage, Winchester), b. 27 Nov. 1858 ; m. 15 Feb. 
1890, Laura Kate, da. of Dr. S. Plumbe ; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Arthur Samuel Mason, b. 27 Mar. 1893. 

2d. Gerald Francis Mason, b. 30 Dec. 1897. 

3d. John Oscar Lawrence Mason, b. 12 Sept. 1899. 

id. Winifred Kate Mason. 

5d. Ada Doris Hood Mason. 

2b. Charles Crawfurd Mason, b. 1826; d. in California 1904; m. 1854, Lucy 
Ella (Box 720, Post Office, Sherman, Los Angeles, California), da. of ( — ) Holmes ; 
and had issue le to 5c. 

le. William Robert Mason (America), b. 186- ; m. 1906, Violet, da. of (— ), 
d. 1907. 

2c. Hugh Francis Mason (America), b. 1873. 

3c. Edith Mary Mason, m. Donald Grant; and has issue (3 children). 

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4c. Ethel Mason, m. 1907, Ernest Cox. 

5c. Sybil Mason, m. Elliott Cox; and has issue (4 children). 

36. Mary Sophia Mason (Braunston, Rugby), b. 16 Mar. 1816; m. the Rev. 
Charles Bucknill, d.s.p. 1866. 

4b. Selina Ruth Ann Mason, b. 1 Dec. 1818; d. 29 May 1909; m. the Rev. 
James William Knight, d. 28 Aug. 1878 ; and had issue \c to 2c. 

1c. Selina May Knight, mim- 
ic. Edith Mary Knight, m. 17 Jan. 1878, Alfred James Riley, Major 4th Batt- 
Somerset L.I. {Grove House, Kidlington, Oxon.) ; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Gerard Brook Riley, Lieut. R.N., b. 5 Ap. 1881. 

2d. Denys Linzee Brook Riley, b. 5 Dec. 1898. 

3d. Agnes Muriel Riley. 

id. Elsie Mary Riley. 

5d. Edith Marjorie Riley, m. 2 Aug. 1906, the Rev. George Duncan (Shipton- 
on-Cherwell Rectory, Kidlington, Oxon.) ; and has issue \e to 2e. 

le. John Hugh Banchory Duncan, b. 19 Oct. 1907. 

2e. David Lionel Crawfurd Duncan, b. 30 Ap. 1909. [Nos. 16421 to 16432. 

72. Descendants of Sarah Wheler (Table IX.), d. 25 Oct. 1807 ; m. 
17 Nov. 1749, the Rev. John Mills, Rector of Barford and 
Oxhill, co. Warwick, b. 10 May 1712; d. 21 Mar. 1791 ; and 
had issue la to 4a. 

la. William Mills of Bisterne, Southampton, M.P., b. 10 Nov. 1750 ; d. 20 Mar. 
1820 ; m. 7 A p. 1786, Elizabeth, da. of the Hon. Wriothesley Digby, d. 27 Dec. 1828 ; 
and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, pp. 53-56, Nos. 5513-5619. 

2a. Rev. Francis Mills, Rector of Barford, co. Warwick, b. 29 June 1759; d. 
23 Ap. 1851 ; m. 26 Oct. 1811, Catharine (see p. 410), da. of Sir John Mordaunt, 
1th Bt. [£.], d. 7 May 1852,; a«^ /tai issue \b to 2b. 

\b. Rev. Henry Mills of Pillerton Manor, Kineton, co. Warwick, b. 1 Ap. 1815 ; 
d. 14 Nov. 1906 ; m. 9 Dec. 1841, Mary, da. of the Rev. Henry Hippisley of Lam- 
bourne Place, co. Berks, d. 3 Sept. 1892 ; and had issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Francis Mills (Manor House, Pillerton, near Warwick), b 18 Jan. 1844; 
m. 27 Dec. 1877, Selina Mary, da. of the Rev. Henry Charles Knightley [cadet of 
Fawsley, and a descendant of the Lady Anne Plantagenet, sister to King Edward 
IV., &c. (see Exeter Volume, p. 518)] ; and has issue Id to id. 

Id. Henry Valentine Mills, b. 23 Nov. 1881. 

2d. Mabel Frances Mills. 

3d. Phoebe Mills. 

id. Esther Mary Mills. 

2c. Catharine Mills (Carfax House, B arrow-on-H umber ; Clyde House, Ventnor, 
I.W.), m. 20 Ap. 1882, the Rev. Alfred Freeman, Vicar of Burgh-on-Bain, co. 
Lincoln, d. 31 July 1895 ; and has issue \d to 3d. 

Id. Henry Alfred Freeman, C.E., b. 31 Jan. 1883. 

2d. Katharine Mary Freeman. 

3d. Emma Sophia Freeman. 

3c. Fanny Mills. 

2b. Arthur Mills of Budchaven, co. Cornwall, b. 20/»/v 1816 ; d. 12 Oct. 1898; 
m. 3 Aug. 1848, Agnes Lucy, da. of Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, 10th Bt. [£.], d. 
23 May 1895 ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Rev. Barton Reginald Vaughan Mills (12 Cranley Gardens, S.W.), b. 
29 Oct. 1857 ; m. 1st, 10 July 1886, Lady Catharine Mary [a descendant of George 

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(Plantagenet), Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see the Clarence Volume, p. 591)], sister of 
Sydney (Hobart), 7th Earl of Buckinghamshire [G.B.], da. of Frederick John Hobart, 
Lord Hobart, d. 25 Sept. 1889; 2ndly, 10 Jan. 1894, Elizabeth Edith, da. of Sir 
George Dalhousie Ramsay, C.B. ; and has issue \d to id. 

\d. Arthur Frederick Hobart Mills, b. 12 July 1887. 

2d. George Ramsay Acland Mills, b. 1 Oct. 1896. 

3d. Agnes Edith Mills. 

id. Violet Eleanor Mills. 

2c. Dudley Acland Mills, Col. R.E. (Broadlands, Jersey), I. 24 Aug. 1859; m. 
Feb. 1896, Ethel, da, of Sir Henri Joly de Lotbiniere, K.C.M.G. ; and has issue (a 
son and 2 das.). 

3a. Selina Mills, d. 1825; m. 1780, James Molony of Kiltanon, co. Clare, 
d. 12 Oct. 1823 ; and had issue 16 to 2b. 

\b. James Molony of Kiltanon, b. 18 Aug. 1785; d. 7 July 1874; m. 1st, 
17 Feb. 1820, Harriet da- of William Harding of Barasct, co. Want'., d. 8 Oct. 
1826 ; 2ndly, 15 Ap. 1828, Lucy, da. of Sir Trevor Wheler, Hth Bt. [£.], d. 14 May 
1855 ; and had issue \c to 7c. 

Ic. William Mills Molony of Kiltanon, Major 22nd and &3rd Regis., b. 24 Ap. 
1825; d. 7 Sept. 1891 ; m. 8 Nov. 1865, Marianne Marsh, da. and c'o-h. of Robert 
Fannin of Leeson Street, Dublin, d. 27 Jan. 1880 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. William Beresford Molony, late Capt. King's Own Royal Lancashire Regt. 
(Kiltanon, near Tulla, co. Clare), b. 25 Aug. 1875; m. 22 Feb. 1905, Lena Annie 
Maria, da. of George Wright of Heysham Lodge, co. Lane, s.p. 

2d. Henrietta Mary Molony, m. 28 July 1903, Marcus Thomas Francis Keane 
(Beech Park, Ennis, co. Clare) ; and has issue \e to 2e. 

\e. Marcus William Keane, b. 2 Jan. 1906. 

2e. Helen Louise Keane, b. 17 Jan. 1905. 

3d. Iva Kathleen Molony, m. 10 June 1896, Capt. John Raynsford Longley, 
East Surrey Regt. (Devonpon '; Widey Grange, Crownhill, South Devon); and has 
issue le to 2e. 

le. Charles Raynsford Longley, b. 21 Dec. 1897. 

2e. John Molony Longley, b. 21 Sept. 1906. 

2c. Rev. Francis Wheler Molony, b. 5 Ap. 1829 ; d. 27 Feb. 1860 ; m. 19 Oct. 
1853, Harriet, da. of Capt. G. Baker, R.N., d. 11 Ap. 1910; and had issue Id. 

Id. James Arthur Molony (Enon Valley, Lawrence Co., Perm., U.S.A.), b. 
29 Aug. 1854 ; m. 14 Dec. 1876, Annie, da. of J. W. Hague of Enon Valley, Penn- 
sylvania ; and has issue (with a son and da. d. unm.) le to 5e. 

le. Harriet Eliza Molony, m. 15 Mar. 1900, Frank Chestney of New Castle, 
Pa. ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. Francis Edwin Chestney, b. 21 Ap. 1902. 

2/. James Chestney, b. 29 July 1904. 

3/. Mabel Evelyn Chestney, b. 18 Sept. 1907. 

2e. Lucy Molony, m. 25 Ap. 1900, William J. Buchanan of Grove City, Pa. ; 
and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Arthur Vandeleur Buchanan, b. 18 Jan. 1901. 

2/. William Leo Buchanan, b. 17 Sept. 1903. 

3/. Grace Heyne Buchanan, b. 27 May 1905. 

if. Marion Louise Buchanan, b. 30 Aug. 1908. 

3e. Anna Kathleen Molony, m. 6 Dec. 1904, Allen Goodhart of Shippensbury, 
Pa. ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Harry Allen Goodhart, b. 8 June 1906. 

2/. Anna H. Goodhart, b. 28 Aug. 1907. 

ie. Henrietta Charlotte Molony, m. 13 Aug. 1907, Albert Weaver of Tarentum, 
Pa., s.p.s. 

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3c. Edmund, Weldon Molony, H.E.I.C.S., b. 27 Mar. 1830; d. 30 /a«. 1888; 
m. 29 July 1863, Frances Selina (13 PFcs< C7z'# Terrace, Ramsgale), da. of (Conway) 
Arthur Edward Gayer, LL.D., Q.C. (see p. 149) ; and had issue Id to 6d. 

Id. Edmund Alexander Molony, Assist. Commissioner at Benares (Benares, 
India), b. 17 Jan. 1866 ; m. in India, 29 Nov. 1898, Ethel Blanche, da. of Herbert 
Smith of Barla, Aligarh, IT. P., India, s.p. 

2d. Frederick Arthur Molony, C.E., b. 11 Feb. 1875. 

3(/. Eleanor Mary Molony, in. 2 July 1904, George Whitty Gayer, Central 
Provinces Police, India, s.p. 

id. Lucy Selina Molony. 

bd. Alice Helen Molony. 

6d. Lilian Edith Molony. 

4r. Frederick Beresford Molony, H.E.I.C.S., b. 15 June 1833 ; d. 13 Nov. 1868 ; 
m. 13 Oct. 1858, Eleanor Jane (Clare Cottage, West By fleet, Surrey), da. of (Conway) 
Arthur Edward Gayer, LL.D., Q.C. (see p. 149) ; and had issue Id to bd. 

Id. Francis Arthur Molony, Major R.E., b. 17 May 1863; m. 8 Nov. 1888, 
Katharine Mary, da. of John Williams Grigg of Tamerton Foliot, co. Devon; and 
has issue le to ie. 

le. Arthur Williams Molony, b. 4 Oct. 1892. 

2e. Edward Frederick Molony, b. 16 Mar. 1899. 

3e. Dorothy Katherine Molony. 

ie. Margery Eileen Molony. 

2d. Rev. Herbert James Molony, D.D., Bishop in Mid-China 1908 (Ningpo, 
China), b. 2 June 1865; m. 1st, 17 Sept. 1895, Eva, da. of the Rev. Matthew 
Anderson, d. at Mandla, C.P., India, 12 Sept. 1897 ; 2ndly, 6 Aug. 1908, Gertrude 
Elizabeth, da. of the Rev. Stewart Dixon Stubbs. 

3d. Mary Selina Molony, unm. 

id. Eleanor Florence Molony, m. 1st, 6 July 1892, Horatio Scott, M.D., d.s.p. 
2 June 1895; 2ndly, 25 Aug. 1906, Francis Mackenzie Ogilvy (Blackthorns, West 
Byfleet, Surrey), s.p. 

bd. Agnes Freda Molony, m. 1 Feb. 1908, Edward Millington Synge (Clare 
Cottage, West Byfleet, Surrey). 

5c. Charles Mills Molony of St. Catherine's Priory, Guildford, Col. in the Army, 
C.B., b. 26 Jan. 1836; d. 14 Aug. 1901 ; m. 2 Aug. 1866, Eliza, da. of Andrew 
Hamilton of Streatham ; and had issue Id to '3d. 

Id. James Rowland Hamilton Molony, Solicitor (Shen field, The Drive, Wim- 
bledon ; 28 Lincoln's Inn Fields, W.C.), b. 28 Ap. 1867; m. 12 Jan. 1895, Emma 
Charlotte, da. of Arthur Wienholt of Fassifern, Queensland ; and has issue le to ie. 

le. Trevor James Molony, b. 7 July 1897. 

2e. Marcus Vandeleur Molony, b. 18 Dec. 1898. 

3e. Rowland Hutton Molony, b. 10 Oct. 1906. 

ie. Clare Elizabeth Molony, b. 7 Aug. 1902. 

2d. Trevor Charles Wheler Molony, D.S.O., Major R.F.A. (Shalazan, Bergholt 
Road, Colchester), b. 28 July 1868; m. 31 Oct. 1899, Beatrice Annie, da. of Major- 
Gen. W. H. Beynon ; and has issue le to ie. 

le. Trevor St. Patrick Molony, b. 6 Sept. 1900. 

2e. Charles Beynon Molony, b. 15 Jan. 1906. 

3e. Norman Molony, b. 14 Ap. 1907. 

ie. Pearl Molony, b. 21 July 1903. 

3d. Charles Vandeleur Molony, Capt. late West Kent Regt., b. 19 July 1870 ; 

6c. Mary Molony (Kiltanon), m. 3 Jan. 1856, Arthur Vandeleur, Major R.A., 
of Rathlahine, co. Clare, b. 27 Ap. 1829; d. 6 June 1860; and has issue Id to 2d. 

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Id. Lucy Vandeleur, m. 1881, Arbuthnot Butler Stoney, LL.D., Bar.-at-Law 
(Rathlakine, Newmarket-on-Fergus, co. Clare); and has issue \e to 3c 

\e. James Butler Stoney, b. 30 Jan. 1885. 

2e. Arthur Vandeleur Stoney, b. 8 Xov. 1886. 

3e. Mary Evelyn Stoney. 

2d. Emily Harriet Vandeleur, d. 2,1 Nov. 1886; m. «s lsi zot/«, 29 Ap. 1884, 
£or^ George Herbert Loftus, heir-presumptive to the Marqitisate of Ely \L] and 
Barony of Loftus [U.K.], &c. (4 Alexandra Villas, Brighton) ; and had issue \e. 

\e. Anna Mary Kathleen Loftus. 

7c. Harriet Selina Molony (9 Dartmouth Square, Dublin), m. 28 June 1859, 
the Ven. Thomas Fitzgerald French, Rector of Castle Connell and Archdeacon of 
Killaloe, d. 30 Dec. 1884; and has issue Id to 8^. 

Id. Fitzgerald Charles French, b. 1 May 1861 ; unm. 

2d. Riversdale Sampson French, b. 28 Dec. 1862 ; m. 6 Aug. 1908, Lilian 
Elizabeth, da. of Henry Morgan Earbery C'rofton of Inchinappa, co. Wicklow, J. P. 
[Bt. of Mohill Coll.]. 

3d. Deane French (Australia), b. 28 May 1864; m. Sept. 1903, Emily [da. 
of ( — ) Crooke of Coonamble, Australia ; and has issue \e to 2e. 

\e. Thomas FitzGerald French, b. 16 Jan. 1906. 

2e. Isabel Harriet French, b. 2 Aug. 1904. 

id. Arthur James Pascoe French, b. 3 Oct. 1865 ; unm. 

M. Raymond William French, b. 11 May 1867; m. 11 Feb. 1903, Sophia 
Rebecca MacMurrogh, widow (with issue) of Francis Richard Wolfe, da. of Arthur 
MacMurrogh Murphy of Monamolin, ''The O'Morchoe of Oulartleigh " ; and has 
issue le to 2e. 

\e. Mary Dring French, b. 3 Aug. 1905. 

2e. Sheela O'Morchoe French, b. 3 Nov. 1907. 

6d. Harry O'Donovan French, b. 12 Ap. 1872; unm. 

Id. Lucy Selina French, b. 10 Ap. 1860; unm. 

M. Agnes Melian French, b. 21 Oct. 1868; unm. 

2b. Edmund Molony, H.E.LC.S., Secretary to Government of Bengal, b. 21 July 
1794; d. in India 1830 ; m. 27 Oct. 1815, Frances Rosina, da. of Henry Crcighton 
of Goamalty, East Indies, b. 9 Aug. 1795 ; d. 7 Aug. 1864; and had issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Rev. Charles Arthur Molony, Vicar of St. Lawrence, Ramsgate, b. 22 Sept. 
1826 ; d. 13 May 1894; m. 4 Ap. 1872, Mary Emily Jane (Winlon, Barton Fields, 
Canterbury), da. of Robert Deane Parker, H.E.LC.S. ; and had issue {with a son, 
Francis Robert, b. 14 A p. 1881 ; d. 18 Mar. 1882) Id to Id. 

Id. Edmund Parker Molony (Sault Ste. Marie, Canada), b. 16 Feb. 1873; m. 
19 Aug. 1902, Charlena Jean, da. of Charles Murray Gibson of Ontario; and has 
issue le to 3e. 

\e. Charles Edmund Gibson Molony, b. 17 Nov. 1903. 

2e. James Robert Percy Molony. 

3e. Mary Molony. 

2d. Henry James Creighton Molony, Indian Police, b. 2 July 1876. 

3d. John Charles Molony, C.E., b. 2.3 June 1877. 

id. Arthur Deane Molony, Capt. 7th Gurhka Rifles, b. 7 Ap. 1879. 

5d. Percy William Molony, b. 2 Jan. 1883. 

U. Rosina Mary Molony, m. 10 June 1908, Frank Mainwaring Furley. 

Id. Katharine Grace Molony, unm. 

2c. Frances Molony, b. 10 Sept. 1817 ; d. 5 Jan. 1908; m. as 2nd wife, 9 Aug. 
1845, (Conway) Arthur Edward Gay.r, LL.D., Q.C., b. 6 July 1801; d. 12 Jan. 
1877 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Rev. Edmund Richard Gayer, M.A., Vicar of Snitterfield (Snitterfield 

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Vicarage, Stratford-on-Avon), b. 23 Mar. 1847; m. 7 Aug. 1873, Frances Sophia, 
da. of the Rev. Thomas D'Oyly Walters; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Hugh Walters Gayer, late Capt. Royal Garrison Artillery, b. 13 May 1876 ; 
m. 16 Nov. 1899, Beatrice Ellen Mary, da. of William Bull of 75 St. Aubyns, Hove ; 
and has issue If. 

If. Eric Hugh Trelawny Gayer, b. 10 Oct. 1900. 

2e. Echlin Philip Gayer, b. 11 Sept. 1877. 

2d. Rev. Arthur Cecil Stopford Gayer, M.A., Vicar of Chart Sutton (Chart 
Sutton Vicarage, near Maidstone), b. 26 Aug. 1856 ; m. 21 Nov. 1899, Ellen Marian, 
da. of John Hart Sankey, J. P. ; and has issue 1 ( ' to 2e. 

\e. Charles Murray Acworth Gayer, b. 27 July 1904. 

2e. Dorothy Mabel Gayer, b. 24 Ap. 1902. 

3d. Lucy Harriette Gayer, unm. 

4d. Edith Mary Gayer, unm. 

4(7. Frances Mills, d. (?s.p.) 3 Mar. 1795; m. 13 Dec. 1793, the Rev. Thomas 
Cattell, Rector of Berkeswell, co. Warwick. [Nos. 16634 to 16641. 

73. Descendants, if any, of Francis South, bapt. 3 Sept. 1639 ; and 

of his nephew and nieces, Tempest South, bapt. 25 Nov. 1669 ; 
Elizabeth South, Maid of Honour to Queen Mary of Modena, 
bapt. 30 Aug. 1664, wife of Leonard Pinkney, Verderer of 
Sherwood Forest ; Margery Maria South, bapt. 25 Ap 1665; 
and Jane South, bapt. 12 Jan. 1671 (Table IX.). 

74. Descendants of Jane Whichcot (Table IX.), d. 30 Jan. 1812; 

m. 1762, Sir Christopher Whichcote of Aswarby Park, 
4th Bt. [E.], bapt. 15 Mar. 1738 ; d. 9 Mar. 1786 ; and had 
issue 1« to 2a. 

la. Sir Thomas Whichcote, 5th Bt. [£.], b. 5 Mar. 1763; d. 22 Sept. 1828; m. 
24 June 1785, Diana [also descended from Edward III. through Mortimer-Percy 
(see p. 397)], da. of Edmund Tumor of Panton and Stoke Rochford, co. Lincoln, d. 
4 Feb. 1826 ; and had issue lb to 66. 

lb. Sir Thomas Whichcote, Qth Bt. [£.], b. 10 Aug. 1791 ; d. 23 Aug. 1829 ; 
m. 9 Ap. 1812, Lady Sophia [a descendant of the Lady Anne, sister to King Edward 
IV., &c. (see the Exeter Volume, p. 660)], da. of Philip (Sherard), 5th Earl of 
Harborough [G./3.] [re-ni. 2ndly, 23 Ap. 1840, the Hon. William Cliarles Evans 
Freke and] d. 23 Sept. 1851 ; and had issue Ic to 3c. 

Ic. Sir Thomas Whichcote, 7th Bt. [E.],b. 23 May 1813; d. 17 Jan. 1892; m. 
2ndly, 25 Mar. 1856, Isabella Elizabeth, da. of Sir Henry Conyngham Montgomery, 
1st Bt. [U.K.], M.P., d. 29 Aug. 1892; and had issue Id. 

Id. Isabella Whichcote (Deeping St. James' Manor, Market Deeping ; 114 Ashley 
Gardens, S.W.), m. 7 Sept. 1875, Brownlow (Cecil), 4th Marquis [U.K.] and 13th 
Earl [E.] of Exeter [descended from King Henry VII., &c], d. 9 Ap. 1898 ; and 
has issue le. 

le. William Thomas Brownlow (Cecil), 5th Marquis [U.K.] and 14th Earl [E.] 
of Exeter, Hereditary Grand Almoner, &c. (Burghley House, near Stamford ; 
114 Ashley Gardens, S.W.), b. 27 Oct. 1876; m. 16 Ap. 1901, the Hon. Myra 
Rowena Sibell [descended from King Henry VII., &c], da. of William Thomas 
(Orde-Powlett), 4th Lord Bolton [G.B.] ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. David George Brownlow Cecil, Lord Burghley, b. 9 Feb. 1905. 

2/. Lady Letitia Sibell Winifred Cecil. [Nos. 16642 to 16645. 

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2c. Sir George Whichcote, 8th Bt. [£.], b. 31 May 1817; d. 14 Ap. 1893; m. 
10 A p. 1866, Louisa Day, da. of Tliomas William Clagett of Fetcham ; and had 
issue \dto 3d. 

Id. Sir George Whichcote, 9th Bt. [E.], J.P., D.L. (Aswarbv Park, Folking- 
ham, Lincoln), b. 3 Sept. 1870. 

2d. Hugh Christopher Whichcote, b. 18 Ap. 1874. 

3d. Louisa Mary Whichcote (Brooklyn House, Towcester). 

3c. Sophia Whichcote, d. 1 Aug. 1868; m. 9 Jan. 1840, the Rev. Algernon 
Tumor {see p. 392), d. Aug. 1842. 

lb. Diana Whichcote, d. 2 May 1853; m. 1st, 11 Ap. 1810, Herman Gerhard 
Hilbers, b. a< Colmax, Oldenburg, 9 May 1777 ; d. 24 Dec. 1822 ; 2WZy, as 1st wife, 
24 .Fe&. 1829, the Rev. George Hambldon of Wallingford (who m. 2ndly and had 2 
das.); and had issue (with 3 elder sons and 2 das. who d. unm.) lc to 2c. 

lc. George James Hilbers of Brighton, Consulting Physician, b. 16 June 1818 ; 
d. 30 Oct. 1883; m. 1842, Louisa Susannah, da. of Robert Bates Mathews, R.N., 
d. 7 Ap. 1906, aged 87 ; aw*?. //«<?. issue (with a son and 2 das. who d. w infancy) 
Id to lOd. 

Id. Rev. George Christopher Hilbers, M.A. (Exeter Coll., Oxon.), Rector of 
St. Thomas', Haverfordwest, formerly Archdeacon of St. David's (St. Thomas' Rec- 
tory, Haverfordwest), b. 24 Jan. 1844 ; m. 14 Oct. 1875, Maria Frances Knowles, da. 
of the Rev. John Posthumous Parkinson, formerly Wilson, of Ravendale Hall, 
D.C.L., F.S.A. 

2(7. William Hilbers, Engineer (Kaiapoi, Heene Road, West Worthing), b. 
16 July 1847; m. 5 June 1883, Alice Maria, da. of Peter Stevens of Lympsham, 
co. Somerset. 

3d. Herman Gerhard Hilbers, M.D., B.A. (St. John's, Camb.) (49 Montpelier 
Road, Brighton), b. 30 Sept. 1854; m. 19 Aug. 1886, Grace, da, of H. Mathias of 
Haverfordwest, J. P. 

id. Diana Frances Tumor Hilbers. 

5d. Louisa Hilbers. 

6d. Frances Henrietta Hilbers, m. 12 Oct. 1891, the Rev. Daniel Da vies 
(Ystradyfodwg, Pentre, Rhondda, Glam.). 

Id. Emily Hilbers, m. as 2nd wife, 12 June 1888, James Balleny Elkington, 
J.P., co. Carmarthen (East Lodge, Leatherhead). 

8d. Marian Hilbers, m. 10 Aug. 1880, Lindsay Stevenson Gresley Young (East 
Lodge, Leatherhead) ; and has issue lc to 8c. 

lc. Lindsay Loraine Young, b. 12 Feb. 1883. , 

2e. Ronald Hilbers Young, b. 11 Feb. 1885, 

3c. Nigel Bellairs Young, b. 4 Jan. 1887, 

4e. Cranstoun Ridout Young, b. 11 Mar. 1890, 

5c. Eric Herbert Young, b. 2 Dec. 1891, 

6c. Kathleen Marian Young, 

7c. Elsie Helen Young, 

8c. Eileen Violet Young, 

9d. Edith Agnes Hilbers, m. 23 June 1885, Herbert John Pulling, M.R.C.S., 
L.R.C.P. [son of the Rev. Preb. Pulling of Eastnor, Ledbury] (11 Old Steine, 
Brighton) ; and has issue lc to 2c. 

lc. John Bernard Pulling, B.A. (Christ's Coll., Camb.); entered St. Bartholo- 
mew's Hospital Oct. 1907; b. 13 Sept. 1887. 

2c. Virginia Edith Pulling, B.A., London. 

10^. Alice Mary Hilbers. 

2c. Margaret Sophia Hilbers, d. 1896; m. as 2nd wife, the Rev. Frederick 
Tryon of Bulwick, d. 1903 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Manasseh Tryon, b. ( — ) ; m. and has issue several children. 

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2d. Stephen Tryon (Hallen Lodge, Henbury, near Bristol), b. (— ) ; m. and has 6 

3</. John Tryon {Down Hall, Epsom), b. (—) ; m. and has issue 3 children. 

36. Henrietta Whichcote, d. 30 May 1810 ; m. as 1st wife, 28 Nov. 1807, James 
Ally of Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln, d. 1 7 Od. 1815 ; and had issue Ic. 

Ic. James Ally of Rugby, co. Warwick, and Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln, J -P., D.L., 
Major Warwickshire Mil., previously 52nd Rcgt., b. 12 Ap. 1810 ; d. 14 July 1877 ; 
m. 31 May 1831, Catharine Adeline, da. of Adlard Welby of North Rauceby, co. 
Line, (1. 22 Oct. 1889; and had issue (with others d.s.p.) Id to 5d. 

Id. Edward Arthur Ally of Pinchbeck, b. 16 Mar. 1847; d. 12 Oct. 1882; in. 
Florence Laura, da. of ( — ) Kelson ; and had issue le to ie. 

le. James Edward Atty, b. 27 Jan. 1869. 

2e. Grace Catherine Atty. 

3c. Florence Atty. 

4e. Edith Marion Atty. 

2d. Robert Atty, b. 19 May 1849 ; in. 21 A p. 1870, Gertrude, da. of the Rev. 
Ollivier Etough ; and has issue le to 'ie. 

\e. Welby Atty, b. 1 Ap. 1872 ; m. Aug. 1902, Freda, da. of William Brown; 
and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. William James Welby Atty, b. Mar. 1905. 

2/. Daphne Freda Atty, b. 8 Feb. 1904. 

2e. Gertrude Atty, d. 6 Ap. 1909; m. 22 May 1902, Archibald Vaughan 
Campbell-Lambert (Foxearth Hall, and Lyston Hall, Essex) ; and had issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. John Vaughan Campbell-Lambert, b. Nov. 1905. 

2/. Gertrude Eleanor Kathleen Campbell-Lambert, b. 18 Sept. 1903. 

3c. Eleanor Atty. 

3d. Adeline Atty (Cavendish Hall, Suffolk), m. 1st, as 2nd wife, 1 Feb. 1860, 
James Malcolm of Freelands, co. Oxford [Bt. (1665) Coll.], d. 16 July 1878 ; 2ndly, 
as 2nd wife, 19 Nov. 1885, John Ramsey L'Amy of Dunkenny, d. 26 Mar. 1892; 
and has issue le to 2c. 

\e. Sir James William Malcolm of Innertiel, 9th Bt. [S. 1665], J. P., formerly 
Capt. Royal Pembroke Artillery Mil. (Tostock Place, Suffolk), b. 29 Mar. 1862 ; m. 
14 Nov. 1885, Evelyn Alberta, da. of Albert George Sandeman of Presdales, co. 
Herts [by his wife, Donna Maria Carlota Perpetua, da. of Pedro Jose (de Moraes- 
Sarmento), 2nd Viscount da Torre de Moncorvo [Portugal, 1835], Ambassador to 
the Court of St. James'] ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

1/. Michael Albert Jamos Malcolm, b. 9 May 1898. 

2/. Alexander Ernest William Malcolm, b. 4 Oct. 1900. 

3/. Elspeth Mary Isabel Malcolm, b. 12 June 1899. 

4/. Griselda Helen Adeline Malcolm, b. 10 July 1903. 

2e. Charles Edward Malcolm, late Lieut. Scots Guards (White's), b. 2 Dec. 1865 ; 
m. 28 Dec. 1894, the Hon. Beatrix Mary Leslie, previously wife of Charles Lindsay 
Orr Ewing, M.P., da. of William James (Hove-Ruthven), 8th Lord Ruthven [S.] ; 
and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Arthur William Alexander Malcolm, b. 1 June 1903. 

2/. Honoria Adeline Malcolm. 

3/. Beltine Violet Malcolm. 

id. Harriet Atty, m 4 Jan. 1860, Capt. William Alexander Kerr, V.C., Mah- 
ratta Horse, s.p. 

5d. Georgina Atty. 

ib. Caroline Whichcote, d. 1844 ; m. 4 May 1814, Francis Willes of Row Green, 
co. Herts; and had issue (with a son, Francis, who d.s.p.) Ic. 

Ic. Margaret Sophia Willes, m. 27 Ap. 1846, William Alexander Mackinnon of 

Acryse Park, and Belvedere, co. Kent., Chief of his Clan, F.R.S., J. P., D.L., High 

Sheriff for that co. 1885, and M.P. Ryde 1852-3 and Lymington 1857-68, d. 14 Sept. 

1903; and has issue Id to id. [Nos. 16670 to 16695 

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Id. Francis Alexander Mackinnon of Acryse. Chief of his Clan, J. P., D.L., 
late Capt. and Hon. Major East Kent Yeo. (Acryse Park, near Folkestone ; Belve- 
dere, near Broadstavs), b. 9 Ap. 1848 ; m. 19 Ap. 1888, the Hon. Emily Isabel, da. 
and co-h. of Arthur William Acland (Hood), 1st and only Baron Hood of Avalon 
[U.K.], G.C.B.; and has issue le to 3*. 

le. Alexander Hood Mackinnon, Younger of Mackinnon, b. 8 Jan. 1892. 

le. Arthur Avalon Mackinnon, b. 8 Nov. 1893. 

3c. Aline Emily Hood Mackinnon. 

2d. Sir William Henry Mackinnon, K.C.B., C.V.O., Lieut. -Gen. and Director- 
Gen, of Territorial Army at Headquarters, Vice-Chairman of Territorial Force 
Advisory Council, formerly Comdg. Imp. Yeo. at Aldershot 1901-4, in South Africa 
1899-1900, &c. &c. (15 Ovington Square, S.W. ; Guards', &c.),b. 15 Dec. 1852; m. 
14 Dec. 1881, Madeleine Frances, da. of Lt.-Col. Villiers La Touche Hatton of 
Clonard, late Grenadier Guards; and has issue le. 

le. Nora Fynvola Mackinnon, m. 9 Jan. 1905, Capt. Arthur George Edward 
Egerton, Coldstream Guards [descended from King Henry VII., &c.\, s.p. 

od. Caroline Emma Mackinnon. 

id. Sophia Louisa Mackinnon. 

56. Catherine Whichcote, d. 27 June 1860; m. 19 Sept. 1816, the Rev. John 
Hanmer [Baronet (1774) Coll.], d. 4 Oct. 1850; and had issue \c to 5c. 

If. Francis Henry Hanmer, Col. Indian Army, b. 20 Oct. 1825; d. 2 Feb. 
1876; m. 16 Oct. 1860, Mary Ann Catharine, da. of Charles Gordon of Edintore, 
co. Banff, and Greshop, co. Moray, d. 9 June 1879 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Norman Gordon Whichcote Hanmer (Fendalton, Christ Church, N.Z.), 
b. 3 Aug. 1863 ; unm. 

2d. Flora Emmeline Mary Hanmer, m. 23 Aug. 1887, Charles Thomas Gordon 
of Cairness (Cairness, Aberdeen) ; and has issue Is to 4c. 

le. John Charles Hanmer Gordon, b. 28 Nov. 1893. 

2e. Francis Walden Gordon, b. 10 Oct. 1895. 

2>e. Stella Mary Gordon. 

4c. Marjorie Violet Gordon. 

2c. Humphrey Hanmer, b. 20 July 1827; d. 24 Dec. 1892; m. 21 Oct. 1856, 
Harriet, da. of George Battarbee of Chorlton Hall, co. Cheshire; and had issue 
Id to 2d. 

Id. George Hanmer (Tilford Ferry Road, Christchurch, New Zealand), b. 
11 Jan. 1859; m. 12 May 1885, Ruth, da. of C. Percy Cox; and has issue le to Qe 

le. Humphrey George Hanmer, b. 6 Ap. 1886. 

2c. John Percy Hanmer, b. 7 July 1889. 

3c. Anthony Hugh Hanmer, b. 18 Sept. 1890. 

4c. Dorothy Harriet Hanmer, b. 28 Jan. 1888. 

5c. Madeline Ruth Hanmer, b. 18 Sept. 1890. 

6c. Municent Clara Hanmer, b. 22 Dec. 1891. 

2d. Catherine Hanmer (96 Castle Road, Bedford), m. 19 Nov. 1885, Edward 
Wingfield Hanmer, d. 28 Feb. 1901 ; and has issue le to 4c. 

lc. Edward Henry John Hanmer, b. 27 Nov. 1888. 

2c. Humphrey Richard Hanmer, b. 24 Nov. 1890. 

3c. Evelyn Mary Harriet Hanmer, b. 7 Feb. 1887. 

4c. Florence Catherine Alicia Hanmer, b. 9 Dec. 1895. 

3c. George Hanmer, b. 4 Sept. 1833 ; d. 16 Feb. 1906 ; m. 13 July 1871, Mar- 
garet Eliza (Stone Cross House, Crowborough, Sussex), da. of the Rev. William 
Spencer Edwards of Lewes ; and had issue Id. 

Id- Thomas Anthony Hanmer, Resident Magistrate (Mombasa), b. 17 Ap. 1872. 

4c. Sophia Hanmer, d. 1 Ap. 1882 ; m. 1839, John Lees Ainsworth of Barkside, 
co. Lane. ; and had issue (2 sows and 3 das., of whom only 2 das. now survive). 

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5c. Catlwrine Hanmer, A. 1845 ; m. James Holmes ; and had issue (a son). 
6b. Louisa Whichcote, d. 28 Aug. 1889 ; m. 30 Ap. 1829, the Rev. C. C. Wheat; 
and had issue. 

2a. Frances Whichcote, d. ( - ) ; m. William Manners. 

75. Descendants of Frances Whichcot (Table IX.), hapt. at 
Scotton 23 May 1733; d. 25 Ap. 1811; m. at Harps well 
23 June 1761, William Hildyard of Grimsby, d, 2 Dec. 
1781 ; and had issue Ik to 4a. 

la. Rev. William Hildyard, Rector of Winestead, co. Yorks, b. 6 July 1762; 
d. 25 Feb. 1842; m. 12 Dec. 1793, Catharine, da. of Isle Grant of Ruckland, 
co. Line, d. G May 1855 ; and had issue \b to 4b. 

lb. Rev. Frederic Hildyard, Rector of Swanington, co. Norfolk, b. 8 May 
1803; d. 4 Nov. 1891 ; m. 9 July 1840, Letitia, da. of John Shore of Guildford 
Street, London, d. 8 Oct. 1896 ; and had issue lc to 3c. 

1c. Rev. William Hildyard, Rector of St. Patrick Elenthera, Bahamas, b. at 
Swanington, Norfolk, 19 Jan. 1844; d. at Nassau, Bahamas, 19 June 1873; m. 
c. 1870, Harriet, da. of (—) Wade, d. Oct. 1896; and had issue Id. 

Id. Mary Hildyard, m. 26 July 1905, the Rev. Aubrey Roth well Hay Johnson, 
Rector of North Wootton (North Wootton Rectory, Ki)ig's Lynn); and has issue 
le to 3c. 

\e. Christopher Hildyard Johnson, b. 10 July 1910. 

2c. Mary Hildyard Johnson, b. 19 May 1907. 

3c. Elizabeth Dorothea Johnson, b. 18 Jan. 1909. 

2c. Jessie Ellen Hildyard, m. 27 Nov. 1862, the Hon. Robert Henley Shaw 
Eden, J. P. [B. Auckland Coll.] (Tyddynllan, Llandrillo, Merioneth) ; and has issue. 

See the Essex Volume, p. 361, Nos. 35503-35519. 

3c. Kate Hildyard, m. 5 Mar. 1867, Robert Arthur Barkley, d. 22 Ap. 1910 
(Palgrave Priory, Diss) ; and has issue Id to id. 

Id. George Hildyard Barkley, b. 29 Mar. 1873. 

2d. Frederic Hildyard Barkley, b. 30 Aug. 1879. 

3(/. Lettice Kate Barkley, unm. 

Ad. Hilda Barkley, m. 16 Oct. 1899, Ernest Barkley Raikes, Bar.-at-Law 
(Bombay) ; and has issue lc to 4c. 

le. Thomas Barkley Raikes, b. 16 Dec. 1902. 

2c. Robert Barkley Raikes, b. 2 Mar. 1904. 

3c. Ruth Martha Barkley Raikes, b. 26 Aug. 1900. 

4c. Elizabeth Barkley Raikes, b. 17 Jan. 1907. 

26. Rev. Horatio Samuel Hildyard, Rector of Lofthouse, in Cleveland, b. 17 Oct. 
1805; d. 10 Ap. 1886; m. 12 June 1861, Octavia (55 Upperton Gardens, East- 
bourne), da. of William Richardson of York; and had issue lc to 5c. 

lc. Horatio Nelson Hildyard, b. 11 May 1862; d. 30 July 1900; m. 21 Aug. 
1890, Maud Lewis, da. of Major Jackson ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Katharine Hildyard, b. 16 July 1891. 

2c. Henry Hildyard (Hebron, Yarmouth, Nova Scotia), b. 27 Feb. 1868; m. 
4 Oct. 1889, Maggie, da. of (• — ) Davis ; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Robert Hildyard, b. 16 July 1900. 

2d. Christopher George Hildyard, b. 12 July 1902. 

2d. Frances Hildyard, b. 15 Sept. 1891. 

U. Pearl Hildyard, b. 25 Ap. 1898. 

5d. Joan Hildyard, b. 13 Dec. 1904. 

3c. Mary Louisa Hildyard, unm. 

4c. Octavia Hildyard, unm. 

5c. Elizabeth Frances Hildyard, unm. [Nos. 16723 to 16763. 


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36. Rev. James Hildyard, B.D., Rector of Ingoldsby, co. Line, b. 11 Ap. 1809 ; 
d. 27 Aug. 1887; m. 19 Aug. 1847, Elizabeth Matilda, da. of George Kinderley, 
d. 18 Ap. 1894 ; and had issue \c to 2c. 

Ic. Nora Catherine Hildyard, m. 11 Oct. 1877, Col. William Henry Vallack- 
Tom (Cawsand, Cornwall), s.p. 

2c. Evelyn Matilda Hildyard, unm. 

ib. Rev. Alexander Grant Hildyard, Vicar of Madinglcv, co. Cainb., b. 27 Aug. 
1812; d. 5 Ap. 1885; m. 12 June 1851, Mary Ann (see p. 156), da. of George 
Hildyard of Hale End, co. Essex, d. 2 Dec. 1903 ; and had issue \c to 3c. 

lc. George Grant Hildyard {Market Deeping, Lincoln), b. 4 Mar. 1853 ; unm. 

2c. Kobert Loxham Hildyard (27 Avenue M acmahon, Paris), b. 26 May 1855; 
m. 1st, 30 Ap. 1890, Mary Dalrymple, da. of the Rev. George Shand, Rector of 
Heydon, d. 25 Sept. 1891 ; 2ndly, in Paris 17 Aug. 1907, Marie Alexandrine, da. of 
Eugene Loth of Reims; and has issue \d to 2d. 

Id. Peter Georges D'Eyncourt Hildyard, b. 4 Mar. 1910. 

2d. Catharine Cecilia Hildyard, b. 3 Ap. 1891. 

3c. Frederic William Hildyard (77a Lexham Gardens, South Kensington), 
b. 6 Oct. 1863; m. 5 July 1898, Elizabeth Cecilia, .la. of Hugh Wade-Gery, s.p. 

2a. Rev. John Hildyard, Vicar of Bonbv, co. Lincoln, b. 7 July 1763; d. 
13 Nov. 1827 ; m. 25 Sept. 1787, Mary, da. of Isle Grant of Ruckland, co. Lincoln, 
d. 17 Ap. 1849 ; and had issue lb to 3b. 

lb. Rev. William Hildyard, Rector of Hameringham-cum-Scrayfield, co. Line, 
b. 26 Dec. 1790; d. 17 Mar. 1872; m. 8 Jan. 1818, Mary, da. of the Rev. William 
Hett, Canon of Lincoln, d. 28 Jan. 1853; and had issue lc to 2c, 

lc. Rev. Charles Frederic Hildyard of Bury, co. Lanes., b. 16 July 1823; d. 
13 Jan. 1906; m. 23 June 1857, Louisa Eliza, da. of J. W. Hamilton, d. 11 Dec. 
1886 ; and had issue Id to Id. 

Id. Rev. William Hildyard (Wickmere Rectory, Norwich), b. 9 May 1858; m. 
17 Ap. 1894, Ida Jane, da. of Henry Lemon ; and has issue lc to 3c. 

le. Brian Rider Hildyard, b. 17 Feb. 1895. 

2e. Denis Leslie Hildyard, b. 24 Jan. 1901. 

3c. Jean Hyacinth Hildyard, b. 17 Feb. 1895. 

2d. Francis Edward Hildyard (York Place, Asliloii-under-Lvne), b. 31 Aug. 

3d. Rev. Lyonel DArcy Hildyard {Rowley Rectory, Little Weighton, Hull), b. 
5 Feb. 1861 ; m. 8 Aug. 1895, Dora Annie Florence Thoroton (see p. 309), da. of 
Capt. Robert Charles Thoroton Hildyard, R.E. ; and has issue le to 2c. 

lc. Christopher Hildyard, b. 28 Ap. 1901. 

2e. Noel Florence Dora Hildyard, b. 22 Dec. 1896. 

id. Cecil George Ormerod Hildyard, b. 7 Ap. 1865. 

bd. Lucy Viola Margaret Hildyard (7 Hill House Road, Norwich), b. 3 Ap. 1867. 

6d. Louisa Rosalind Hildyard, b. 29 Mar. 1869. 

Id. Lilias Mary Hildyard, b. 29 Mar. 1869. 

2c. Sophia Elizabeth Rose Hildyard, d. 19 Mar. 1910; m. as 2nd wife, 
15 June 1865, the Rev. Charles Richmond Tate, Vicar of Send and Ripley, co. 
Surrey, afterwards Rector of Trent, co. Som-, Fellow of Corpus Christi Coll., Oxon., 
d. 1 Aug. 1895 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Harry Russell Tate {Kyambu, Nairobi, B. East Africa), b. 1 Sept. 1870; 
m. 28 Dec. 1907, Eveline Syndercombe, da. of Henry Syndercombe Bower of Font- 
mell Parva, co. Dorset, J. P. 

2d. Joseph George Tate {West Marlon, Skipton, Yorks), b. 19 Ap. 1875 ; unm. 

3d. Sophia Hildyard Tate, m. 30 Aug. 1894, Evelyn Arthur Hellicar [son of 
the Rev. Arthur Gresley Hellicar, Rector of Bromley, Kent] {Hildegarde, Bickley, 
Kent) ; and has issue le. 

le. Mary Gresley Hellicar, b. 31 Dec. 1896. [Nos. 16764 to 16786. 

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id. Lucy Hett Tate (Detroit, Michigan), m. 2 Aug. 1889, James Talboys 
Barratt, d. Sept. 1901 ; and has issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Charles Frederick Talboys Barratt, 6. 2 Nov. 1892. 

2c. Nina Catharine Barratt, b. 25 May 1890. 

3c. Lucy Barratt, b. 7 July 1894. 

26. George Hildyard of Hale End, co. Essex, b. 4 June 1798 ; d. 28 May 1872 ; 
m. at Walthamstow Parish Church, 13 Sept. 1823, Jane, da. and event, sole h. of 
Robert Loxham of Hale End, d. 10 Sept. 1871 ; and had issue \c. 

\c. Mary Ann Hildyard, b. 29 Mar. 1826 ; d. 2 Dec. 189.3 ; m. 12 June 1851, 
the Rev. Alexander Grant Hildyard, Curate of Easton, near Stamford, d. 5 Ap. 
1885 ; and had issue. 

Seep. 155, Nos. 16765-16769. 

3b. Mary Ann Hildyard, b. 30 Mar. 1803; d. June 1884; m. 19 Oct. 1832, 
George Murray of Rosemount, co. Ross ; and had issue lc to 4c. 

1c. William John Murray, afterwards (R.L. 30 May 1882) Bankes, of Rose- 
mount, b. 19 May 1835; d. 'l7 July 1884; m. 19 Dec. 1861, Eleanor Slarkie 
Letterewe [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, 
p. 163)] (Wtnstanley Hall, Wigan), da. of Meyrick Bankes of Winstanley ; and had 

See the Clarence Volume, p. 164, Nos. 2600-2608. 

2c. Hugh Hildyard Murray, b. 24 June 1838; d. 13 Sept. 1896; m. 16 Feb. 
1866, Frances Jane, da. of Herbert Park Marshall ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Jessie Margaret Murray, M.B., unm. (14 Endsleigh Street, Tavistock Square, 

2d. Mary Ethel Murray, unm. 

3d. Edith May Murray, num. 

3c. Caroline Georgiana Murray, m. 1st, Robert Blair of Blacksales, co. Ayr, 
d. (-] | ; 2ndly, Frederick Torquato Portal-Turner, d.S.p. Jan. 1910; and has issue 
Id to 5d. 

Id. George Blair. 

2d. Frederick Blair. 

3d- Alice Maud Mary Blair (Lismore, Letchworth, Hitchin), unm. 

id. Frances Blair, unm. 

M. Hilda Caroline Hildyard Blair, m, 26 Oct. 1891, Frederick Thomas Ver- 
schoyle of Castle Troy, J. P., Capt. late 2nd Brig. South Irish Div. R.A. (Castle 
Troy, co. Limerick) ; and has issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Frederick Hildyard Hawkins Stuart Verschoyle, b. 21 Nov. 1894. 

2c. Hilda Caroline Gwendoline Verschoyle. 

3c. Moira Hamilton Verschoyle. 

4c. Frances Isabella Murray, b. 1 Ap. 1841 ; d. at Government House, Bermuda, 
14 May 1900 ; m. as Is*! wife, 11 June 1862, Gen. Sir George Digby Barker, K.C.B., 
J. P. [descended from George (Plantagenet), Duke of Clarence, K.G.] (Clare Priory, 
Clare, R.S.O., Suffolk) ; and has issue. 

See the Essex Volume, Clarence Supplement, p. 553, Nos. 21679/53-62. 

3a. Frances Hildyard, b. 8 Dec. 1764; d. (-) ; m. the Rev. William Thorold 
of Weelsby House, co. Lincoln, d. (-) ; and had issue 1/3 to 4b. 

\b. Frances Charlotte Thorold, d. (-) ; m. 29 May 1803, Robert Mansel, Aim. 
R.N. ; and had (with other) issue lc. 

lc. Maria Antonia Mansel, d. (-) ; m. Henry Thorold of Cuxwold, co. Line., 
d. 1871 ; and had issue (with a son, Henry, killed in the Crimea) Id to id. 

Id. William Thorold of Cuxwold Hall, Lord of the Manor and Patron of the 
Living, d.s.p. 

■Id. Richard Thorold of Cuxwold Hall, Lord of the Manor and Patron of the 
Living, sometime 10th Hussars, b. 1843; d.s.p. 1905; m. 1885, Alice Hamilton 

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(IS John Street, Berkeley Square, IF.), widow of Edward S. Potter of Fullwood, co. 
Glos., da. of the Rev. E. Creek, Vicar of Swanmore, co. Hauls. 

3d. Frederick Henry Thorold. 

4d. Marv Sophia Thorold, h. May 1836; d. 2 Feb. 1889; m. as 2nd wife, 
6 Ap. 1856, Richard Christopher Naylor of Hooton Hall, co. Cheshire, d. 30 Nov. 
1899 ; and had issue le to 2e. 

le. Mittie Naylor, m. 14- June 1882, Derrick Warner William (Westenra), 5th 
[I.] and 4th [U.K.] Baron Rossmore (Rossmore Park, Cauda Vale, co. Monaghan); 
and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. Hon. William Westenra, 6. 12 July 1892. 

2/. Hon. Richard Westenra, b. 15 Oct. 1893. 

3/. Hon. Mary Westenra, b. 1 Dec. 1890. 

2e. Mary Naylor. 

2b. Sophia Thorold, d. (-) ; m. Edward Barker of Blackrook, co. Monmouth. 

3b. Helen Thorold, d. 1865 ; m. Alexander Grant, Solicitor for Scottish Appeals, 
d. 1852 ; and had issue lc to 4c. 

\c. Alexander William Thorold Grant, now (R.L. 8 Nov. 1864) Grant-Thorold, 
of Weelsby House, co. Lincoln, J. P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Lincoln 1870, b. 29 Feb. 
1820; d. 1 Feb. 1908; m. 23 July 1803, Anna Hamilton, da. of Aim. Sir James 
Stirling, d. 13 Oct. 1899; and had issue Id to 3d. 

\d. Richard Stirling Grant-Thorold (Craigallochie, B.C. ; 3 Grosvenor Gardens, 
W.), b. 9 Aug. 1868. 

2d. Hilda Grant-Thorold, m. 12 Oct. 1886, Lieut.-Col. Augustus Campbell 
Spencer, late 5th Lancers and 1st Dragoon Guards [D. of Marlborough [E.] and 
B. Churchill [U.K.] Coll., and a descendant of King Henry VII. (see the Tudor 
Roll, p. 338)] (Lascombe, Puttenham, Surrey) ; and has issue \e to 2e. 

\e. Richard Augustus Spencer, Lieut. R.F.A., b. 14 Dec. 1888. 

2e. Edward Almeric Spencer, b. 26 Dec. 1892. 

3d. Constance Mary Grant-Thorold, m. 17 Dec. 1904, Richard Joshua Cooper, 
C.V.O., Lieut.-Col. Irish Guards (3 Grosvenor Gardens, S.W). 

2c. Frederick Augustus Grant, b. ( — ) ; m. Katharine Arabella, da. of ( — ) 
Clay ; and has (with other) issue Id. 

Id. James Erskine Grant. 

3c. Helen Grant, m. Charles Ridley Hinds. 

4c. Katharine Grant, m. Frederick Edward Hillersdon. 

46. Harriet Thorold, d. ( -) ; m. the Rev. Joseph Gedge, Rector of Bilderton, cj. 

4a. Jane Hildyard, b. 27 Feb. 1767 ; d. ( - ) ; m. as 2nd wife at Louth, 27 Feb. 
1792, Thomas Harris of Barton-on-Humber, Banker, d. at Leicester 1843 ; and had 
issue (with 2 sons and a da. d. young) lb to 8b. 

lb. Thomas Marris, b. 3 Ap. 1793; d. unin. 

2b. John Marris, b. 12 Sept. 1795 ; d. at Plymouth. 

3b. William Marris, Physician in London, b. 26 Aug. 1797. 

46. Henry Marris, b. 5 Dec. 1801 ; d. in '80s ; m. and had issue lc. 

le. William Henry Marris of Leicester, Auctioneer, d. after 1890 ; m. and had 
issue Id. 

Id. W. H. Marris, formerly of Kibworth, co. Leicester, M.D. 

56. Robert Marris, b. 27 June 1805 ; d. c. 1880 ; m. and had issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Samuel Arthur Mams, b. 5 Sept. 1842 ; d. 10 Ap. 1906 ; m. 29 May 1865, 
Emma, da. of Chailes Bream of Leicester, d. 30 Oct. 1908 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Edward Hildyard Marris(l Douglas House, MaidaHill, IF.), 6. 10 Dec. 1873 ; 
m. 18 Dec. 1897, Ethel Mary, da. of James Ward of Dublin ; and has issue lc to 2e. 

le. Edward Hildyard Marris, 6. 24 Jan. 1906. 

2c. Marjorv Iris Marris, b. 21 May 1899. [Nos. 16827 to 16845. 

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2d. Reginald Willows Marris (Rangoon, Burmah), b. 12 June 1887 ; mini. 

3d. Ethel Elfie Harris, m. 29 Aug. 1908, Percy Alexander Shelley (63 Mag- 
dalen Road, Wandsworth Common, S.W.). 

2c. William Charles Marris, Accountant and Auditor (18 New Street, Leicester), 
b. (—) ; m. ( — ), da. of ( — )'; and has issue \d to Id. 

Id. Robert William Harris, b. 7 Jan. 1876 : m. 17 Ap. 1909, Hilda, da. of 
John Cheater ; and has issue \e. 

le. Horace William Marris, b. ( — ). 

2d. Lionel Percy Marris, b. 24 Dec. 1877; m. 14 Dec. 1902, Edith Emily, da. 
of John Loach ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Nellie Loach Marris, b. 28 July 1903. 

2e. Dorothy Selina Marris, b. 21 May 1906. 

3e. Edith Loach Marris, b. 26 May 1909. 

3d. Henry Edward Marris, Grocer and Confectioner (27 Jermyn Street, Leices- 
ter),^. 1 Dec. 1879; m. 25 Ap. 1905, Jeannie Steven, da. of James Agnew ; and 
has issue le to 3e. 

le. William James Marris, b. 6 Nov. 1905. 

2e. Henry Edward Marris, b. 13 Nov. 1906. 

3e. Jenny Agnes Marris. b. 22 May 1908. 

U. Edith Wright Harris, m. 29 Sept. 1898, Percy Haslehurst Adams; and has 
issue (with a da. d. young) le. 

le. Francis William Adams, b. 24 Mar. 1901. 

5d. Harriet Agnes Marris, unm. 

(id. Fanny Helen Marris, m- 4 June 1908, George Stonson Slater; s p 

Id. Dorothy Margaret Marris, unm. 

3c. Fanny Helen Marris, d. (? mini.) 1898. 

Qb. George Hildyard Marris, Farmer in Lincoln, b. 16 Mar. 1808; d. (-); 
m. and had large family. 

lb. Jane Mortis, b. 26 Nov. 1799. 

8b. Helen Marris, b. 29 Sept. 1806. [Nos. 16846 to 16863. 

7C). Descendants of Frances Whichcote (Table IX.), d. 31 Mar. 1720 ; 
m. James Nelthorpe of Little Grimsby, co. Lincoln, bapt. 
14 Mar. 1670; d. (will dated 23 May 1755, proved 29 Ap.) 
1756 ; and had issue la to 3a. 

la. Rev. Charles Nelthorpe, Rector of Broughton, d. (-); m. Eleanor, da. of 
Nathaniel Maddison of Alvingham, bapt. 12 Feb. 1691; bur. 26 Oct. 1770; and 
had issue lb. 

lb. Eleanor Nelthorpe, d. (-) ; m. William Hollingworth. 

2a. Richard Nelthorpe, living 1740. 1 

3a. Griffith Nelthorpe of Little Grimsby, d. (will dated 10 Sept. 1740, proved 
10 Oct.) 1755 ; m. Mary, da. and co-h. of John Nelthorpe of Bigby, d. ( -) ; and had 
issue lb to 2b. 

lb. John Nelthorpe of Little Grimsby Hall, co. Line, d. ( - ) ; m. Mary, da. of 
Robert Cracroft of Hackthorn, d. ( - ) ; and had issue \c. 

1c. Mary Jonetta Nelthorpe, A. 17 Jan. 1822; m. as 2nd wife, 4 Mar. 1799, 
William (Beauclerk), 8th Duke of St. Albans [E.] [a descendant of the Lady Isabel 
Plantagenet], d. 17 July 1825 ; and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, pp. 175-179, Nos. 23663-23795. 

[Nos. 16864 to 16996. 

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2b. Elizabeth Nelthorpe, b. c. 1748 ; bur. 23 /«/y 1801 ; m. 10 May 1768, John 
Maddison of Alvingham, co. Line, and Gainsborough, High Sheriff co. Line. 1779, 
bapt. 25 Oct. 1718 ; bur. 13 July 1785 ; and had issue 1 lc to 3c. 

If. John Maddison of Gainsborough and Alvingham, bapt. ± Feb. 1770; d. 
4 /a«. 1838 ; m. 25 May. 1795, Elizabeth, da. of John Andrews of Alford, d. ( - ) ; 

««#■ /W^ ZSSM0 1(2 fo 3tf\ 

1</. John Maddison, bapt. 25 Mar. 1802 ; d. at Ackworth, co. York ; m. 25 Aug. 
1824, Georgiana, da. of Thomas Curtis of Bath, d. Mar. 1871 ; and hud issue le. 

le. Katharine Mary Maddison, b. 14 May 1827 ; d. 26 Mar. 1902 ; m. 19 Ap. 
1855, the Rev. Edmund Hall, Rector of Myland, co. Essex, d. 7 Feb. 1903 ; and had 
issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Rev. George Clement Maddison Hall, Rector of Southery (Southery Rectory, 
Downham Market), b. 24 Ap. 1856; m. 7 Aug. 1894, Katharine, da. of the Rev. 
Arthur Charles Copeman ; and has issue (with a son, Henry Clement, who d. young) 
lg to 3g. 

lg. Basil Arthur Edmund Maddison Hall, b. 9 Ap. 1897. 

2g. Mary Doris Maddison Hall, b. 31 May 1895. 

3g. Katharine Joyce Maddison Hall, b. 28 Dec. 1902. 

2/. Mary Helen Constance Hall. 

3/. Anna Mildred Elizabeth Hall, m. 7 Aug. 1888, the Rev. James Henry 
Browne, Vicar of Roehampton (The Vicarage, Roehampton, S.\V.)\ and has issue 
lg to 3g. 

lg. Richard Maddison Browne, b. 9 Mar. 1891. 

2g. Maurice Edmund Browne, b. 4 Sept. 1892. 

3g. Margaret Dorothea Browne, b. 23 Dec. 1895. 

2d. Richard Thomas Maddison, afterwards (R.L. 18 Dec. 1849) Combe, of Earns- 
hill, co. Som., bapt. 10 Oct. 1813 ; d. 1880 ; m. 1850, Elizabeth Delicia, da. of Gen. 
Sir John Mitchell, K.C.B. ; and had issue le to le. 

le. Richard Thomas Combe, J. P. (Earnshill, Curry Rivell, Somerset), b. 30 Nov. 
1854; m. June 1903, Evelyn, da. of Lieut. -Col. Francis Henry of Elmstree House, 
co. Gloucester ; and has issue If. 

If. Evelyn Delicia Combe. 

2e. Constance Delicia Combe. 

3d. Mary Combe Maddison, b. 1 May 1810; d. 16 Sept. 1879: m. 18 June 
1835, Richard Hare, Comm. R.N., d. 27 May 1876 ; and had issue le to 2e. 

le. Richard Thomas Hare, Lieut.-Col. Indian Army, B.C.C. (6 Somerset Place, 
Bath), b. 6 June 1836 : m. Gertrude Adeline, da. of the Rev. John Joseph Spear, 
M.A. ; and has issue 1/ to If. 

If. Ethel Gertrude Hare. 

2/. Mabel Maddison Hare. 

2e. Robert Powell Hare, Lieut.-Col. late R.H.A., b. 27 July 1842 ; m. 27 July 
1880, Christine Sarah, da. of Donald Maclaine of Lochbuie, "The Madame," Chief 
of his Clan, J. P., D.L. ; and has issue 1/ to 5/. 

1/. Richard Hare. 

2/. Stuart Hare. 

3/-5/. 3 das. 

2c. Rev. George Maddison, Vicar of North Reston, bapt. 18 Sept. 1775; d. 26 
Oct. 1827 ; m. Elizabeth, da. of the Rev. Kingsman Baskett of Pocklington, co. York, 
d. 1849 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Ven. George Maddison, Vicar of Grantham, Archdeacon of Ludlow, &c., b. 
9 June 1809; d. 30 Jan. 1895; m. 12 Oct. 1839, Jane, da. of Richard Philpott of 
Chichester, d. 5 Mar. 1891 ; and had issue le. [Nos. 16997 to 17014. 

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\c. Rev. George Henry Maddison, Vicar of Tuckhill, co. Salop, b. 9 Mar. 1853 ; 
d. 9 Mar. 1898; m. 16 June 1885, Mary, da. of the Rev. John Temple, Rector of 
Bothenhampton, co. Dorset ; and had issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. George Lionel Temple Maddison, b. 26 Oct. 1888. 

if. Elvira Mary Maddison, b. 6 Mar. 1886. 

3/. Gladys Mabel Maddison, b. 15 Mar. 1887. 

2d. Elizabeth Maddison, b. 20 Aug. 1804; d. 27 Jan. 1878; m. 4 S?/>/. 1832, 
the Rev. Charles Green, Rector of Burgh Castle, co. Suffolk; d. 9 Aug. 1857; and 
had issue le. 

le. Rev. Charles Edward Maddison Green, formerly Rector of Ledbury, Preb- 
endary of Hereford, &c. (St. Katharine's, Ledbury), b. 24 July 1836; m. 20 July 
1869, Ella Doveton, da. of William Meybobm Rider Haggard of Bradenham Hall, 
co. Norfolk ; and has 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Charles Arthur Maddison Green, b. 17 June 1877, m. 8 Ap. 1907, Christian 
Margaret, da. of the Rev. George Lucas, Rector of Mulbarton, co. Norfolk ; and has 
issue \g. 

\g. Hester Christian Maddison Green, b. 8 Feb. 1908. 

If. Edward Roland Maddison Green, b. 5 Mar. 1887. 

3/. Ella Frances Maddison Green, m. 15 Sept. 1884, Harry Spencer Horsfal 
Bickham (The Hilltop, near Ledbury) ; and has issue \g. 

\g. Richard Harry Spencer Bickham, b. 28 July 1908. 

3c. Ann Maddison, bapt. at Gainsborough 25 Sept. 1772. 

[Nos. 17015 to 17023. 

77. Descendants of George Maddison of Stainton Vale, co. Line, 
and afterwards (1799) of Dunstable Priory, co. Beds, Lieut.- 
C'ol. 4th Regt., &c. (Table IX.), bapt. 20 Aug. 1729 ; d. 10 Jan. 
1807; m. 11 Oct. 1857, Mary, da. and event, h. of Capt. 
Launcelot Bacgh, 41st Regt., bur. 24 Jan. 1791 ; and bad 
issue la to 4a. 

la. John Thomas Maddison of Norton, co. Durham, Col. ith Regt. of Foot, b. 
9 Ap. 1759 ; d. Jan. 1837 ; m. 1781, Matilda, da. of (—) MacNeill of Gallichoilly, 
co. Argyll, d. (-) ; and had issue lb to 26. 

lb. AnnTheodosia Maddison, d. (-); m. 1 Ap. 1809, Aubone Altham Suttees 
of Newcastle ; and had issue 1 c. 

le. Matilda Sarah Surtees, d. (-) ; m. ( — ) Pyke : and had issue (with several 
das. m. with issue in New Zealand) Id. 

Id. Eldon Pyke. 

•2b. Jane Maddison, b. 14 Feb. 1795; d. 28 Feb. 1829; m. 30 Oct. 1821, John 
Dent of Thirsk, co. Yorks, d. 30 July 1839 ; and had issue le to 2c. 

le. Matilda Mary Dent, b. 3 Feb. 1825 ; living unm. 1910. 

2c. Emma Dent, b. 28 Aug. 1826 ; m. 1 May 1851, Thomas Vaisey of Stratton, 
co. Glouc, b. 22 May 1825 ; d.10 May 1903; and has issue Id to U. 

Id. Arthur William Vaisey (Holly Field, Tring, Herts), b. 8 Feb. 1852 ; m. 
7 Sept. 1876, Esther, da. of William Lawrence Bevir of Cirencester; and has issue 
le to 9c. 

le. Harry Bevir Vaisey (Lincoln's Inn), b. 22 June 1877 ; m. 20 Aug. 1903, 
Eleonora Mary, da. of the Rev. William Quennell, Rector of Shenfield, co. Essex ; 
and has issue 1/ to If. 

If. Arthur William Vaisey, b. 20 Oct. 1905. 

If. Juliana Margaret Vaisey, b. 7 Sept. 1904. 

2c. Roland Maddison Vaisey, b. 31 Dec. 1886. 

3c. Margaret Vaisey, b. 4 June 1878. [Nos. 17024 to 17032. 


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4 t \ Violet Vaisey, m. 7 Nov. 1907, John Brooke Scrivenor (Bain Gaiah, Malay 
States) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Thomas Vaisey Scrivenor, b. at Batu Gajah 28 Aug. 1908. 

2/. Phebe Scrivenor, b. at Batu Gajah 9 Ap. 1910. 

5e. Lilian Vaisey, b. 31 Aug. 1881. 

6e. Veronica Vaisey, b. 24 June 1883. 

7e. May Vaisey, b. 27 May 1885. 

8e. Olive Vaisey, b. 13 Ap. 1889. 

9e. Iris Vaisey, b. 5 June 1892. 

2d. John Ernest Dent Vaisey (Lexden, Whyleleafe, Surrey), b. 28 Ap. 1853 ; 
m. 20 Ap. 1880, Judith, da. of William Lawrence Bevir of Cirencester; and has 
issue \e to ie. 

\e. John Clere Vaisey, b. 24 Dec. 1880. 

2e. Thomas Lionel Vaisey, b. 14 Dec. 1883. 

3e. Francis Dent Vaisey, b. 3 Dec. 1885. 

4c. Maud Vaisey, b. 27 June 1882. 

3d. Charles Thomas St. Clere Vaisey, b. 28 Jan. 1857; d. 5 June 1905; m. 
1 Sept. 1888, Emily Jessie, da. of John Guyse Sparke, Major Bengal S.C. ; and had 
issue le to 2e. 

le. Guy Maddison Vaisey, b. 15 July 1889. 

2e. Monica Vaisey, b. 3 May 1891. 

id. Edith Agnes Vaisey, unm. 

2a. George Maddison, Lieut.-Col. 65th Regl.. b. 24 Nov. 1762 ; d. 5 Aug. 1816 ■ 
m. Sept. 1793, Mary, da. of the Rev. Henry Alington of Swinhope, co. Lincoln, 
d. 14 June 1850; and had issue lb. 

lb. George Wilson Maddison of Partney Hall, co. Line, J. P., b. 29 Ap. 1797 ; 
d. 10 June 1888 ; m. 1 Mar. 1825, Frances Elizabeth, da. of Sir Alan Bellingham, 
2nd Bt. [G.B.], d. 29 Ap. 1886 ; and had issue le to 4c. 

\c. Henry Maddison of Partney Hall, b. 16 Ap. 1829; d. 11 Feb. 1906; m. 
28 Nov. 1867, Clare, da. of Francis Slater of Christchurch, New Zealand ; and had 
issue Id to id. 

Id. Henry George Maddison (Partney Hall, Spilsbv, co. Lincoln), b. 23 Aug. 

2d. Humphrey Maddison, Lieut. 1st Batt. Derbyshire Regt., b. 23 Sept. 1876. 

3d. Frances Emily Theodosia Maddison. 

id. Clara Cornelia Maddison. 

2c Sidney Maddison of Homcastle, co. Lincoln, b. 27 Feb. 1832; d. 12 Feb. 
1909 ; m. 3 Nov. 1869, Elisabeth, da. of Samuel Mann ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Edward Maddison [Orlando, Florida), b. 2 Oct. 1871. 

2d. Isabel Emilia Lucy Maddison, in. 21 Ap. 1896, Nicholas Caesar Corsellis 
Lawton of Wyvenhoe Hall, co. Essex (2 Mount Pleasant Crescent, Hastings) ; and 
has issue le to 2e. 

le. Sydney Corsellis Lawton, b. 6 Dec. 1896. 

2e. John Corsellis Lawton, b- Aug. 1868. 

3c. Rev. Arthur Roland Maddison, F.S.A., Priest Vicar and Prebendary of 
Lincoln Cathedral (Vicar's Court, Lincoln), b. 26 July 1843. 

4c. Frances Theodosia Maddison. 

3a. Charles Maddison, Capt. Bengal Cavalry, b. 5 Sept. 1770; d. 1845; m. 
1791, Mary, da. of the Rev. John Harrington, D.D., Rector of Thruxton, and Preb- 
endary of Salisbury, d. (-) ; and had issue lb. 

lb. Rev. John George Maddison, d. 1856; m. 1815, Thomas Anne, da. of 
Alexander Macrae of Jamaica, d. 1864 ; and had issue \c to 7c. 

le. Rev. Charles John Maddison of Douglas, Isle of Man, b. 1817 ; d. (-) ; m. 

[Nos. 17033 to 17057a. 

Cl)e |Mantagenet i&oll 

1844, Julia, da. of the Rev. Benjamin Cracknell of Bath, d. (-) ; and had issue Id 
to U. 

Id. Julia Sophia Maddison. 

2d. Mary Thomasine Maddison. 

3^. Agnes Rowley Maddison. 

id. Minna Isabel Maddison. 

5d. Theodosia Ellen Maddison. 

2c. Alexander Macrae Maddison of Agivey, co. Deny, b. 24 Dec. 1820; d. 
1861 ; m. 1856, Eliza, da. of Capt. Stephen Shairp, R.N., d. (-) ; and had issue Id 
to id. 

Id. Roland John George Maddison. 

2d. Ida Agnes Maddison. 

3d. Maud Mary Maddison. 

id. Hilda Fiances Maddison. 

3c George Latham Maddison of Toronto, b. 2 Jan. 1823; d. 24 Dec. 1881 ; in. 
14 Sept. 1848, Mary Catharine, da. of the Rev. Charles Winstanley ; and had issue 
Id to 3d. 

Id. Alfred John George Maddison (Richmond, Virginia, U.S.A.), b. 24 June 

2d. Charles Edmund Maddison, b. 25 Sept. 1852 ; d. 21 Jan. 1895 ; m. Esther 
Ann, da. of William Warwick of Toronto ; and had issue le to ie. 

le. William Warwick Maddison. 

2e. Muriel Maddison. 

3e. Grace Ina Maddison. 

ie. Alice Winstanley Maddison. 

3d. George Ernest Maddison, b. 8 Feb. 1854. 

4c. Thomasine Maddison, d. 20 Jan. 1893 ; m. 1844, Charles Sidney Hawkins 
of Over Norton House, co. Oxon. 

5c. Sophia Maddison, d. (?s.p.)j m. 1847, John Ettrick [ith son of William 
Ettrick of High Barnes, co. Durham]. 

6c. Theodosia Maddison, d. (? s.p.) ; m. Col. Conolly Dysart. 

7c. Agnes Halford Maddison, d. (? s.p.) ; m. John Smythe [son of John Smythe 
of Ardmore, co. Derry], 

4(7. Katharine Maddison, b. Dec. 1769; d. Aug. 1823; m. 21 May 1796, 
Latham Blacker of Newent, co. Glouc, Major Q5th Regt. ; and had issue lb 
to 3b. 

lb. Martha Blacker, d. 17 Feb. 1878; m. 29 Dec. 1823, the Rev. John Fendall 
of Meserdine, co. Glouc, d. 18 June 1862 ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

1c. Catharine Jane Fendall (Milbrooke, Albert Road, Malvern). 

2c. Harriet Fendall, b. 28 July 1826 ; m. 22 June 1848, John Fendall Newton 
[only son of the Rev. John Farmer Newton, Vicar of Kirby in Cleveland, co. 
Yorks] (Ardmillan, Oswestry) ; and has issue Id to \0d. 

Id. Benjamin Newton (Yarm-on-Tees, York), b. 12 May 1860; m. 19 May 
1886, Selina, da. of the Rev. Alleyne FitzHerbert of Tissington, co. Derby; and 
has issue lc to 3c. 

le. Robert Newton, b. 23 Jan. 1893. 

2c. May Gladys Newton, b. 3 May 1887. 

3c. Daisy Frances Newton, b. 5 June 1890. 

2d. William Latham Newton (Holtby House, York), b. 12 Jan 1862; m. 
17 Feb. 1886, Violet, da. of ( — ) Harrison ; and has issue lc to 2c. 
le. Giles Fendall Newton, b. 27 May 1891. 

2c. Blanche Emily Newton, b. 20 June 1887. [Nos. 17058 to 17081. 


of %\>t Blooti laopal 

3d. Mary Catharine Newton, m. 27 Aug. 1885, Leonard Apsley Smith (Newent) ; 
and lias issue le. 

le. John Leonard Apsley Smith, b. 25 Oct. 1886. 

4d. Elizabeth Martha Newton, unm. 

5d. Laura Harriet Newton, unm. 

Gd. Anne Eva Newton, unm. 

Id. Frances Judith Newton, unm. 

8d. Caroline Newton, m. 21 Ap. 1881, the Rev. Arthur Garmondsway Waldy, 
M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Yarm (Y 'arm Rectory, N.R. Yorks); and has issue 
le to 5e. 

le. John Newton Waldy, b. 25 Feb. 1884 ; m. 2 Sept. 1908, -Mabel, da. of .John 
Robson of Newton Bellingham. 

2e. Rowland Gray Waldy, 6. 20 June 1890. 

Se. Cuthbert Temple Waldy, b. 31 Aug. 1891. 

ie. Violet Mary Waldy, b. 9 Dec. 1887. 

he. Dorothy Elizabeth Waldy, b. 6 Feb. 1897. 

dd. Rose Newton, unm. 

lOd. Mabel Theodosia Newton, unm. 

2b. Catharine Blacker, d. 13 Aug. 1865 ; m. 5 July 1826, Richard Foley Onslow 
of Stardene, co. Glouc. d. 12 Mar. 1879 ; and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, pp. 320-321, Nos. 33255-33266. 

36. [da.] Blacker ? [Nos. 17082 to 17108. 

78. Descendants, if any, of Katharine Maddison (Table IX.), bapt. 

26 May 1724 ; d. (-) ; m. John Lawrence of Putney [grand- 
son of Sir John Lawrence, Lord Mayor of London during the 
Plague]. 1 

79. Descendants of Theodosia Maddison [Table IX.), b. at Ketton 

15 June 1725; d. 20 Feb. 1821; in. 23 June 1752, John 

(Monson), 2nd Baron Monson [G.B.], d. 23 July 1774; and 

had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table XIII., pp. 243-252, Nos. 9109-9497. 

[Nos. 17109 to 17497. 

80. Descendants of Annk Maddison (Table IX.), b. c. 1728 ; d, at 

Lea 31 Aug. 1783; m. at Little Grimsby 7 Aug. 1747, the 
Rev. Sir William Anderson of Broughton, 6th Baronet [E.], 
d. 9 Mar. 1785 ; and had issue la to 6a. 

la. Sir Edmund Anderson, 1th Bt. [E.], b. 11 Sept. 1758; d.s.p. 30 May 

2a. Rev. Sir Charles Anderson of Broughton and Lea Hall, 8th Bt. [£.], 
Prebendary of Lincoln and Rector of Lea, b. 5 Oct. 1767; d. 24 Mar. 1846; m. 
13 Dec. 1802, Frances Mary, da. of Sir John Nelthorpe of Scawby, co. Lincoln, 
6th Bt. [£.], d. 18 Aug. 1836 ; and had issue lb. 

lb. Sir Charles Henry John Anderson, $!h and last Bt. [E.], b. 25 Nov. 1804 ; 
d. 8 Oct. 1891 ; m. 11 Sept. 1832, Emma, da. of John Savile Foljambe of Osberlon, 
co. Notts, d. 8 Aug. 1870 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, p. 608, Nos. 26758-26762. [Nos. 17498 to 17502. 

1 See Crisp's " Visitation Notes," vi. p. 55. 
I6 3 

Cfte ^lantagenet i&oll 

3a. Anne Anderson, b. 28 May 1753 ; d. 12 July 1830 ; m. 1st, 30 Aug. 1771, 
Samuel Thorold of Harmston Hall, co. Line. d. 19 Jan. 1820; Indly, ( — ) Rosser 
(or Roys) ; and had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. Louise Thorold, d. (-) ; m. 28 Feb. 1790, Capt. Simpson, 2nd Rcgt. 

2b. Theodosia Thorold, d. 1806 ; m. Sept. 1800, Lieut. Gibbons, 37//;, Regt. 

4a. Catharine Maria Anderson, b. 16 Mar. 1756; d. Nov. 1788; m. as lit 
wife, 31 /»/v 1777, Arthur Lemuel Shiddham of Dunmanway, co. Cork, and Pallas 
Green, co. Limerick, d. Aug. 1839; and had issue lb to 4b. 

lb. Edmund William Shuldham of Dunmanway, Lieut.-Gen. H.E.I.C.S., 
Quartermaster-Gen. at Bombay, b. 1 Dec. 1778; d. 17 Nov. 1852; m. 3 Dec 1817, 
Harriet Eliza Bonar, da. of Thomas Rundell, M.D., of Bath, d. 31 July 1847 ; and. 
had issue Ic. 

Ic. Harriet Maria Catharine Shiddham, da. and (31 July 1904) in her issue h., 
d. 15 Aug. 1884 ; m. 5 Aug. 1852, George Patrick Pery (Evans-Freke), 1th Baron 
Carbery [I.], d. 25 Nov. 1889 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Hon. Georgiana Dorothea Harriet Evans-Freke, m. 22 June 1876, James 
Francis (Bernard), 4th Earl of Bandon [I.] (Castle Bernard, Bandon, co. Cork). 

2b. Molyneux Shuldham, Comm. R.N., b. 27 Ap. 1781 ; d. 25 Feb. 1866; m. 
3 Dec. 1820, Frances, da. of the Rev. Thomas Naunton Orgil Leman (see p. 170) of 
Brampton Hall, co. Suffolk, d. 22 Jan. 1866 ; and had issue Ic to 4c. 

Ic. Arthur James Shuldham, Col. late 2nd Ball. Inniskillen Fusiliers, b. 

13 Sept. 1823 ; d. 17 Oct. 1905 ; m. 1st, 8 Jan. 1857, Katharine Dora, da. and co-h. 
of the Rev. C. E. Dukinfield, Vicar of Edenhall, co. Cumb., d. 19 Aug. 1865 ; 2ndly, 

14 Sept. 1869, Lucy Elizabeth, da. of Sir William Sidney Thomas, 3rd Bt. [G.B.] : 
and had issue Id to lOd. 

Id. Edmund Dukinfield Shuldham, b. 29 Nov. 1857. 

2d. Molyneux Charles Dukinfield Shuldham, b. 13 Aug. 1861. 

3d. Herbert Leman Dukinfield Shuldham, b. 13 Feb. 1863. 

id. Sidney Arthur- Naunton Shuldham, b. 27 June 1870 ; m. 27 Oct. 1900. 
Florence Kate, da. of A. Perkins of Gape Town. 

5d. Victor Lemuel Shuldham, b. 23 Oct. 1872; m. 1 Jan. 1906, Violet, da. of 
( — ) Pedingham of East London, Cape Colony; and has issue. 

e^. 1 Margaret Evelyn Shuldham, d. 26 Aug. 1893; m. the Rev. A. E. Sewart ; 
and had issue. 

Id. 1 Geraldine Maud Shuldham, m. 19 Jan. 1901, Henry Walker; and has issue. 

i^d. 1 Eleanor Maria Shuldham, m. 9 Sept. 1888, the Rev. Theodore Edward 
Fortescue Cole (Nagpur, Central Provinces, India) ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Lancelot Arthur Shuldham Cole, b. 11 Ap. 1891. 

2e. Humfrey Theodore Shuldham Cole, b. 5 Dec. 1896. 

9d. 1 Dora Frances Mary Blanche Shuldham, unm. 

I0d. 2 Violet Lucy Hester Shuldham, m. 11 June 1901, Henry Manby Cole- 
grave ; and has issue. 

2c. Rev. Naunton Lemuel Shuldham, b. 24 Sept. 1831 ; d. 24 July 1874; m, 
8 Aug. 1866, Sophia Frances, da. of John Mat hew Quantock of Norton Manor, co. 
Som., d. 17 Ap. 1874; and had issue Id. 

Id. Frank Naunton Quantock Shuldham (Norton Manor, Ilminsler), b. 25 Mar. 
1868; m. 9 Ap. 1890, Emily, da. of William Macalpine-Leny of Dalswinton and 
Glencoe ; and has issue lc. 

Ic. Walter Frank Quantock Shuldham, b. 17 June 1892. 

3c. Catharine Leman Shuldham, m. 5 July 1849, the Rev. William Wrighte 
Gilbert-Cooper, Vicar of Burwash Weald, co. Sussex; and has issue Id to €>d. 

Id. Arthur Edward Gilbert-Cooper, b. 4 Oct. 1853. 

2d. William Naunton Roger Gilbert-Cooper, b. 14 Sept. 1867 ; m. Mabel Evelyn, 
da. of Surg. -Gen. H. T. Rose. 

3d. Mary Frances Gilbert-Cooper. [Nos. 17503 to 17520. 


of %\>t Blooti i&opal 

id. Fanny Catharine Alice Gilbert-Cooper, m. 27 Dec. 1876, Ralph Sillery 
Benson, Madras Civil Service. 

5d. Edith Shuldham Gilbert-Cooper, m. 9 Ap. 1885, Alfred Holland (see'p. 170). 
6d. Amy Dora Gilbert-Cooper. 

4c. Frances Molyneux Shnldham, d. 27 Aug. 1854; m. 1853, Lieut. -Col. Henry 
Lye, 13th Bombay Native Infantry, d. 1872 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Harry Shuldham Lye, now (21 Oct. 1909) Shuldharu-Lye, Capt. Royal Irish 
Regt., 6. 15 July 1854. 

36. Arthur Shuldham, Lieut.-Col. H.E.I. C.S., b. 1790; d. 23 Feb. 1835; 
m. 1st, (— ), da. of {—) Sibley, d.s.p. (-); 2ndly, 20 Jan. 1823, Charlotte, da. 
of Innis Delamaine, Major H.E.I.C.S., d. 23 Jan. 1867; and had issue 1c 
to 3c. 

lc. Arthur Innis Shuldham, late Lieut.-Col. Indian Army, 6. 30 Ap. 1830 ; m. 
5 Nov. 1871, Julia, da. of Thomas Barnes. 

2c. Charlotte Katharine Shuldham, m. 4 Ap. 1843, Major-Gen. Robert Unwin ; 
and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Emily Constance Unwin, m. 31 Dec. 1874, Augustus Lawrence Francis. 
Headmaster of Blundell's School, Tiverton {Tiverton) ; and has issue lc to 4c. 

le. Augustus Claude Francis, b. 22 Feb. 1878. 

2c. Harold Vansittart Francis, 6. 25 Sept. 1883. 

3c. Constance Amy Francis, m. 4 Jan. 1905, Richard John Bayntun Hippisley 
of Ston Easton, J. P., Major N. Somerset Imp. Yeo. (Ston Easton Park, near Bath; 
Junior Carlton) ; and has issue 1/. 

If. John Preston Hippisley, 6. 1905. 

4c. Hilda Francis. 

2d. Mabel Unwin. 

3c. Amelia Ward Shuldham, m. 28 Feb. 1854, Fitz-Edward Hall, C.E., D.C.L.; 
and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Richard Daniel Hall, b. 18 Feb. 1863. 

2d. Katharine Frances Hall. 

46. Maria Lucy Eliza Shuldham, d. 26 Oct. 1817 ; m. 3 Sept. 1801, the Rev. 
Joseph Guerin, Rector of Bagborough and Norton Fitzwarren, d. 12 Nov. 1863 ; and 
had issue lc. 

lc. Edmund Arthur Guerin, Col. Indian Army, b. 22 Ap. 1804; d. (-) ; m. 
20 Sept. 1836, Louisa, da. of Joseph Gilbert ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Joseph Arthur Guerin, H.E.I.C.S., 6. 12 July 1837 ; m. July 1871, Eliza- 
beth Walker, da. of the Rev. Dudley Oland Crosse, Vicar of Pawlett, co. Som. ; 
and has issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Joseph Guerin, 6. 25 Jan. 1875. 

2c. Emily Maud Guerin. 

2d. Emily Louisa Guerin, d. 9 May 1865; m. 10 Sept. 1856, Charles Frederic 
Keays, Major-Gen. Bombay Army ; and had issue le to 5c. 

lc. Frederic Edmund Keays, 6. 25 Oct. 1857. 

2c. Henry Guerin Keays, 6. 9 Ap. 1862 ; m. 17 Aug. 1884, Edith, da. of George 
Jinman, M.R.C.S. 

3c. Arthur Maitland Keays, b. 14 Ap. 1865. 

4c. Evelyn Louisa Frances Keays, m. 16 Feb. 1878, Newton Plomer Fowell, 
Capt. R.H.A. 

5c. Maud Emily Keays. 

5a. Theodosia Dorothy Anderson, b. 4 Ap. 1757 ; d. 5 May 1831 ; m. 1 Jan. 

1778, the Rev. Richard Vevers, Rector of Saxbv, co. Leicester, of Stoke Albanv and of 

Kettering, co. Northants, d. 17 Jan. 1838; and had issue {with 5 sons and 6 das. 

d.s.p.) 16 [Nos. 17521 to 17544. 

,6 5 

Ct)e iMantagcnet iftoll 

lb. Theodosia Anne Vevers, da. and event, h., b. 21 Nov. 1779; d. 28 June 
1852; in. 18 Oct. 1804, Thomas (Denman), 1st Baron Denman [U.K.], Lord 
Chief-Justice of England, d. 22 Sept. 1854 ; and had issue \c to 10c. 

lc Thomas (Denman, afterwards (R.L. 20 Dec. 1870) Aitchison), 2nd Baron 
Denman [U.K.], b. 30 July 1805 ; d.s.p. 9 Awg. 1894. 

2c. flow. KteAard Denman, b. 13 /„/;. 1814; d. 19 Mar. 1887; m. 28 Otf. 
1840, Emma [herself a descendant of Edward III. through Mortimer-Percy], da. of 
Hugh Jones of Larkhill, co. Lane, d. 2 Jan. 1904 ; and had issue. 

See pp. 60-01, Nos. 560-610. 

3c. Right Hon. George Denman, P.C., Q.C., M.P., a Judge of the High Court, 
&c, b. 23 Dec. 1819; d. 21 Sept. 1896; m. 19 Feb. 1852, Charlotte, da. of Samuel 
Hope of Liverpool, d. 19 Dec. 1905 ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. George Lewis Denman, Metropolitan Police Magistrate (36 Evelyn Gar- 
dais, S.W.), b. 5 May 1854. 

2d. Arthur Denman, F.S.A., Clerk of Assize, S.E. Circuit 1887 (29 Cranley 
Gardens, S. Kensington), b. 1 May 1857 ; m. 17 Dec. 1884, Katharine Agnes 
[descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G.], da. of Edward Nathaniel Conant 
of Lyndon Hall, co. Rutland ; and has issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, p. 613, Nos. 26863-26865. 

3d. Lancelot Baillie Denman, late Comm. R.N., b. 15 Jan. 1861 ; in. 27 Ap. 
1892, Blanche Isabella Pauline, da. of William Ernest de Veulle of Jersey. 

Ad. Charlotte Edith Denman, b. lb May 1855; d. 29 Dec. 1884; m. I'd June 
1883, the Rev. William Henry Draper, Rector of Add, formerly (1883-1889) Vicar 
of Alfreton, and (1889-1899) of The Abbey, Shrewsbury (Add Rectory, Leeds); and 
had issue le. 

le. Mark Denman Draper, b. 15 Dec. 1884. 

5d. Grace Denman, m. 6 Nov. 1890, Sidney Gambier Parry (Downham House, 
near Billericay, Essex) ; and has issue le to 3c. 

le. Michael Denman Gambier Parry, b. 1891. 

2e. Richard Gambier Parry, b. 1894. 

3c. Edith Joan Gambier Parry, b. 1892. 

4c. Rev. the Hon. Lewis William Denman, Rector of Willian, co. Herts, b. 
23 Mar. 1821; d. 6 May 1907; m. 1st, 18 June 1850, Frances Marianne (see 
p. 280), da. of Thomas Eden of The Bryn, Swansea, d. 25 Ap. 1862 ; 2ndly, 22 Aug. 
1865, Frances Starkie Mary, da. of Col. Henry Armytage, Coldstream Guards, 
d.s.p. 24 Dec. 1893 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Lewis William Eden Denman (Church Norton, Selsey, Chichester), b. 
9 May 1857; m. 5 Aug. 1889, Emma, da. of Charles Rainbow; and has issue le 
to 2c. 

le. Joseph Alban Denman, b. 17 June 1890. 

2e. Theodosia Victoria Denman. 

2d. Frances Emily Denman ] 

Zd. Theodosia Louisa Denman L (May Bank, Horeham Road, Sussex). 

4<7. Caroline Annie Denman J 

5c. Hon. Theodosia Denman, b. 16 Sept. 1806 ; d. 20 May 1895 ; m. 21 Nov. 
1825, Ichabod Charles Wright of Mapperley Hall, co. Notts, d. 14 Oct. 1871 ; and 
had issue Id to &d. 

Id. Charles Ichabod Wright of Stapleford Hall, co. Notts, and Watcombe Park, 
co. Devon, MP. co. Nottingham, b. 19 Sept. 182S; d. 9 May 1905; m. 9 June 
1852, Blanche Louisa, da. of Henry Codes Bingham of Wartnaby Hall, co. Leic. : 
and had issue le to 5c. 

le. Charles Bingham Wright of Mapperley, late Capt. S. Notts Yeo. Cav., b. 
19 Nov. 1854. 

2e. Nevill Wright, b. 26 Nov. 1857. 

Be. Blanche Theodosia Wright. [Nos. 17545 to 17609. 

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of %\)t Bloofc mopal 

ie. Rosamond Frances Wright, m. 15 Aug. 1883, Elias John Webb of Tidding- 
ton, Major 4th Batt. Worcester Regt. (Tiddiugton, Stratford-on-Avon ; The Browns- 
end, co. Glouc). 

5e. Grace Henrietta Wright, m. 7 Nov. 1885, Richard Campbell-Davys of 
Neuadd-faur, co. Carmarthen, and Askomel, co. Argyll, J.P., D.L., d. 15 Nov. 1905 ; 
and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Ivor Elystan Campbell-Davys of Neuadd-fawr and Askomel (Neuadd-fawr, 
Llandovery), b. 4 Aug. 1890. 

2/. Eva Gwladys Campbell-Davys. 

3/. Grace Edith Campbell-Davys. 

If. Lilian Elan Campbell-Davys. 

2d. Henry Smith Wright (Oaklands Park, Chichester), b. 27 June 1839 ; in. 1st, 
17 Oct. 1865, Mary Jane, da. of William Cartledge of Woodthorpe, co. Notts, 
d. 4 Dec. 1866; 2ndly, 6 Feb. 18G9, Josephine Henrietta, da. of the Rev. John 
Adolphus Wright, Rector of Ickham, co. Kent; and has issue le to 6c' . 

le. Henry Adolphus Smith Wright, Oapt. late Royal Fusiliers (Nutbourne Place, 
Pulborough, Sussex), b. 13 Dec. 1869 ; m. 8 June 1904, Dorothy Cecile Renton, da. 
of Col. E. de Barry Barnett ; and has issue (2 children). 

2e. George Lewis Smith Wright, b. 30 Jan. 1872 ; m. 30 July 1902, Ismay, da. 
of C. C. Hopkinson. 

Be. Edward Henry Smith Wright, British South Africa Company (3 Upton 
Park, Slough), b. 4 Sept. 1875; in. 23 July 1902, Isie Margaret, da. of Gerald 
Young ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Edward Gerald Smith Wright, b. 7 Dec. 1903. 

if. John Evelyn Smith Wright, b. 19 July 1907. 

3/. Henry Gordon Smith Wright, b. 23 June 1908. 

if. Josephine Margaret Smith Wright. 

ie. John Harold Smith Wright, Lieut. R.N., b. 18 Aug. 1882. 

5e. Y Edith Mary Wright, m. Donald Campbell (Templeton, Hungerford, Berks). 

6e. 2 Alice Dorothea Smith Wright, m. Richard Manders (Stonehurst, Killiney, 
co. Dublin). 

3d. Frederick Wright (Lenlon Hall, co. Notts), b. 12 Aug. 1840; m. 12 Feb. 
1863, Ada Joyce, da. of the Rev. John Bateman of East and West Leake, co. Notts ; 
and had issue le to 7e. 

L-. Frederick Denman Wright, b. 17 Dec. 1872. 

2e. Emily Theodosia Wright. 

3e. Mary Neville Wright. 

ie. Florence Ada Wright. 

be. Margaret Joyce Wright. 

6=-. Hilda Dorothy Wright. 

7e. Maud Frances Bateman Wright. 

id. Rev. George Howard Wright, Chaplain at Naples, formerly Assist. Chap, 
at Rome (1902-1903) and San Remo (1903-1904), &c. (Whitehill House, near West 
Liss, Hants), b. 1 June 1845; m. 12 July 1870, Anne Frances, da. of the Rev. 
Edmund Roberts Larken ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. George Denman Larken Wright, b. 31 Aug. 1872. 

2e. Eric James Wright, b. 12 Nov. 1880. 

3e. Theodosia Anne Emily Wright. 

5d. Theodosia Harriet Wright, in. 8 Sept. 1863, William Houston Sinclair 
{Morton Manor, Brading, I.W.) ; and has issue le to ie. 

le. Charles George Sinclair, b. 5 Jan. 1865. 

2e. William Frederick Sinclair, b. 26 Ap. 1867. 

3c'. John Houston Sinclair, b. 6 Dec. 1869. 

ie. Theodosia Agnes Sinclair. 

6d. Frances Wright, in. 30 May 1861, Edward William Cropper of Great 
Crosby, co. Lane, J.P., b. 7 July 1833 ; d. 29 Jan. 1906 ; and has issue le to 8e. 

[Nos. 17611) to 1764 I. 
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Cl)e iMantagenet &oll 

le. Rev. James Cropper, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of Penrith (St. Andrew's 
Vicarage, Penrith), b. 2 May 1862; m. 8 Mar. 1888, Ethel Frances, da. of G. 
Perceval Smith ; and has issue 1/ to 5/. 

1/. Paul Cropper, b. 29 Jan. 1889. 

2/. Edward Perceval Cropper, b. 15 July 1896. 

3/. Richard Alfred Cropper, b. 2 Dec. 1899. 

if. Frances Alice Cropper. 

5/. Martha Phyllis Cropper. 

2e. John Cropper, b. 17 Sept. 1864; m. 6 Feb. 1895, Ann Ellen, da. of T. A. 
Walker; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Thomas Andrew Cropper, b. 14 May 1898. 

2/. Dorothea Alice Denman Cropper. 

3/. Eleanor Grace Cropper. 

3s. Charles Henry Edward Cropper, b. 25 Jan. 1866; ;;;. 30 Ap. 1891, Ethel 
Mary, da. of the Rev. Conrad Green ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Charles Leonard Cropper, b. 26 Jan. 1894. 

If. Alexander Cropper, b. 8 Dec. 1896. 

3/. Madge Ethel Cropper. 

ie. Rev. Frederick William Cropper, M.A. (Camb.) (8 Montpellier Terrace, 
Cheltenham), b. 1 Feb. 1871 ; m. 30 Dec. 1897, Florence Barton, da. of the Rev. 
Thomas Davis Jones, Vicar of Caerwent ; and has issue 1/ to If. 

]/. Charles Frederick John Cropper, b. 6 June 1901. 

2/. Violet Gwenllian Cropper. 

5e. Frances Mildred Theodosia Cropper, in. 17 Jan. 1889, Conrad Theodore 
Green ; and has issue. 

6c. Anne Wakefield Cropper. 

7e. Emily Mabel Cropper, m. 28 Ap. 1894, the Rev. Hubert Edmund Hamilton 
Probyn (Abbenhall Lodge, Mitcheldean, Glouc.) [descended from the Lady Anne, 
sister of King Edward IV. (see Exeter Volume, p. 198)] ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Edward Hamilton Probyn, b. 17 Sept. 1908. 

2/. Emily Araminta Probyn. 

3/. Margaret Eleanor Probyn. 

8c. Eveline Wright Cropper. 

6c. Hon. Elizabeth Denman, b. 21 Nov. 1807; d. 5 Aug. 1880; m. 3 May 
1838, the Ven. Francis Hodgson, Provost of Eton and Archdeacon of Derby, d. 
29 Dec. 1S52 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. James Thornton Hodgson, b. 4 May 1845; d. 1880; m. 15 June 1872, 
Maria Blanche, sister of Harry William Verelst of Aston Hall, co. York; and had 
issue le to be. 

Ie. Francis Coke Denman Hodgson, b. 10 Dec. 1874. 

2e. James Vaughan Hodgson, b. 3 July 1878. 

3e. Maud Vevers Hodgson. 

ie. Sybil Blanche Hodgson. 

5e. Lilian Verelst Hodgson. 

2d. Elizabeth Denman Hodgson, m. 17 Ap. 1882, Herbert Charles MacCarthy. 

3d. Matilda Frances Hodgson. 

id. Jane Theodosia Hodgson. 

7c. Hon. Frances Denman, b. 17 Sept. 1812 ; d. 29 Ap. 1890; m. 8 July 1846, 
Admiral Sir Robert Lambert Baynes, K.C.B., d. 7 Sept. 1869 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Henry Compton Anderson Baynes, late Capt. R.N., b. 13 Oct. 1852; m. 
21 Aug. 1884, Isabel, da. of Admiral Sir Joseph Nias, K.C.B. 

8c. Hon. Margaret Denman, b. 8 Aug. 1815 ; d. 11 June 1899 ; m. 1st, 23 Nov. 
1841, Henry William Macaulay [brother of Lord Macaulay], d. 24 Sept. 1846; 

i[Nos. 17645 to 17677. 

of Ci)e Blooti i&opal 

2ndly, as 2nd wife, 10 Aug. 1848, Edward Cropper of Swaylands, co. Kent, J. P., 
d. 23 May 1877; 3rdly, 22 Ap. 1879, Col. John Owen, d.s.p. 1890; and had issue 
Id to 6d. 

Id. Henry Denman Macaulay, late Lieut. R.N., b. 10 Aug. 1843; m. 18 Feb. 
1868, Selina, da. of Sir Joseph Needham, Chief-Justice of Trinidad; and has issue 
le to 3e. 

\e. William Edward Babington Macaulay, b. 2 Feb. 1869. 

'2e. Arthur James Denman Macaulay, R.N., b. 14 May 1870. 

3e. Thomas Cary Elwes Cropper Macaulay (Alexandria), b. 15 Aug. 1871. 

2d. Joseph Babington Macaulay, b. 17 Oct. 1846 ; m. 8 July 1869, Eleanor, da. 
of Henry Studdy of Waddeton Court, co. Devon, J. P., D.L. ; and had issue le to be. 

\e. Aulay Babington Macaulay, R.M.S., R.N.R., b. Nov. 1876; unm. 

2e. Edward Macaulay, b. 3 Nov. 1877 ; unm. 

3e. Eleanor Josephine Macaulay, unm. 

ie. Maud Olive Macaulay, m. 19 Aug. 1903, Robert Perry Bruce (Villa Arco, 
Via Soffiano, Florence) ; and has issue 1/ to 4/. 

1/. Michael Macaulay Bruce, b. 4 Sept. 1904. 

2/. Robert Macaulay Bruce,), ,. . , „ „ , , nn „ 
' „. , ,, , "L )b. (twins) b Feb. 1906. 

3/. Nigel Macaulay Bruce, J ' 

if. Edward Macaulay Bruce, b. 9 Feb. 1908. 

5e. Lois Macaulay, unm. 

3d. Edward Denman Cropper, now (R.L. 14 Nov. 1874) Thornburgh-Cropper 
(Dingle Bank, Lancashire ; Swaylands, Kent), b. 23 May 1854; m. 4 July 1874, 
Minnie Virginia, da. and h. of William Butler Thornburgh of San Francisco. 

id. Amelia Margaret Elizabeth Cropper, m. 1st, 4 June 1867, Henry Studdy 
of Waddeton Court, co. Devon, Comm. R.N., d.v.p. 13 Sept. 1880; 2ndly, 1881, 
William Thomas Summers of Milton, co. Pembroke (Eslhlon, A' cwmarket ; Torcross, 
S. Devon) ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Henry Edward Macaulay Studdy, Capt. (ret.) late Rough Riders, served in 
S. Africa (10 Souldem Road, West Kensington), b. 19 Mar. 1868; m. 12 Jan. 1893, 
Mary, da. of John Grigg of Colebrook, Plymptou, co. Devon ; and has issue 1/ to 5/. 

1/. Henry Studdy, b. 20 Ap. 1894. 

2/. Edward Studdy, b. 22 Sept. 1895. 

3/. John Studdy, b. 25 Oct. 1901. 

if. Arthur Redmond Studdy, b. 11 Ap. 1905. 

5/. Mary Studdy. 

le. Eleanor Margaret Studdy, m. as 2nd wife, 30 Jan. 1892, Sir Harald George 
Hewett, 4th Bt. [U.K.], Capt. and Hon. Major E.G.A. (The Red House, Chilworth, 
Hants) ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Harald Hewett, b. 22 Oct. 1892. 

2/. John George Hewett, b. 23 Oct. 1895. 

3/. George Nele Hewett, b. 30 Aug. 1901. 

if. Margaret Hewett. 

3e. Anita Georgina Edith Studdy, m. 1st, 9 Jan. 1899, Capt. David Longfield 
Beatty, late 4th Hussars, d. 3 Ap. 1904; 2ndly, 27 Ap. 1909, Harold Lett (Kil- 
gibbon, co. Wexford) ; and has issue If. 

If. Henry Longfield Beatty, b. i Mar. 1901. 

od. Florence Anne Cropper, m. 1 July 1873, Arthur Frederick Holdsworth of 
Widdicombe, J. P., late Capt. South Devon and North Lincoln Militia, previously 
R.N. (Widdicombe House, Kingsbridge, Devon) ; and has issue le to ie. 

le. Arthur Mervyn Holdsworth, 1st Royal Berkshire Regt., b. 5 Nov. 1875. 

2e. Frederick John Cropper Holdsworth, 2nd Devonshire Regt., b. 7 Nov. 1886. 

3e. Florence Evelyn Holdsworth. 

ie. Joan Holdsworth. [Nos. 17678 to 17711. 


%\)t t&lantagenet Boll 

Qd. Marion Eliza Blanche Cropper, m. 5 Mar. 1878, Lieut. -Ool. Rowley Richard 
Conway Hill, late 31st Regt. (H amble House, Hamble, Hants) ; and has issue le to 9e. 

le. Rowley Arthur Edward Hill, R.H.A., b. 3 Jan. 1879. 

2c. Hugh Rowley Hill, R.F.A., b, 18 Feb. 1880. 

3e. Con way Rowley Hill, R.F.A., b. 1(5 Sept. 1881. 

4e. Oliver Charles Rowley Hill, R.F.A., b. 22 Nov. 1883. 

5c. Leslie Rowley Hill, R.F.A., b. 28 Dec. 1884 ' 

6e. Blanch Edith Hill. 

le. Margaret Hill. 

8e. Janet Dorothy Hill. 

9c. Helen Irene Susan Hill. 

9c. Hon. Anne Denman, b. 2(i June 1822 ; d. ( -) ; m. 18 Aug. 1846, Frederick 
Holland, Comm. R.X., d. 21 July I860; and had issue Id to Id. 

Id. Edward Holland, b. 30 Aug. 1850. 

2d. Frederick Arthur Holland, b. 17 Oct. 1853. 

3d. Richard Lancelot Holland, h. 24 Ap. 1858. 

Ad. Alfred Holland, b. 14 Aug. 1859 ; m. 9 Ap. 1885, Edith Shuldham (see 
p. 165), da. of the Rev. William Wrighte Gilbert-Cooper. 

5d. Annie Susan Holland. 

6d. Charlotte Holland \ , . . 

Id. Theodosia Caroline Holland J 

10c Hon. Caroline Amelia Denman, b. 26 Aug. 1823 : d. ( - ) ; m. 3 Feb. 1 846, 
the Rev. John George Beresford, Vicar of St. Andrew's, Whittlesca, and Rector of 
Bedale, d. 17 July 1899 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 245, Nos. 9156-9207. 

Off. Henrietta Jane Anderson, b. 20 May 1761; d. 9 Mar. 1843; m. 3 Dec. 
1783, the Rev. Naunton Thomas Orgill Leman of Brampton Hall, co. Suff., d. 
31 Jan. 1837 ; and had issue \b to lb. 

lb. Rev. Robert Orgill Leman of Brampton Hall, b. 12 Ap. 1799; d. 24 Feb. 
1869; m. 1st, 25 Mar. 1824, Isabella Camilla, da. of Sir William Jervis Twysden, 
7th Bt. [£.], d. 7 Mar. 1850; Indly, 29 Mar. 1859, Ellen Maria, da. of the Rev. 
John Alexander Ross, Vicar of Westwell, co. Kent ; and had issue lc to 5c. 

\c. Naunton Robert Twysden Orgill Leman of Brampton Hall, b. 12 Sept. 
1825; m. 11 Aug. 1869, Rose Elizabeth, da. of the Rev. John Alexander Ross, 
Vicar of Westwell ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Robert Naunton Orgill Leman, b. 2 Oct. 1870. 

2c. Anderson Thomas John Orgill Leman, b. 31 Jan. 1862. 

3c. 1 Frances Henrietta Eliza Flora Leman. 

4c. 2 Beatrice Amelia Ellen Leman. 

5c. 2 Ethel Helena Mary Leman. 

26. Frances Leman, d. 22 Jan. 1866; m. 3 Dec. 1820, Molyneux Shuldham, 
Comm. R.N., d. 25 Feb. 1866 ; and had issue. 

See pp. 164-165, Nos. 17504-17524. [Nos. 17712 to 17807. 

81. Descendants of Elizabeth Whichcot (Table IX.), bapt. at 
Harpswell 20 Mar. 1706; bur. at Glentworth 19 Feb. 1774; 
m. 19 Feb. 1730, the Yen. William Bassett, Archdeacon of 
Stow, b. 7 June 1703 ; bur. at Glentworth 13 July 17G5 ; and 
had issue (with a son who d.s.p. and 2 other das. known to 
have d. in infancy) la to 10«. 

la. William Bassett, d. 18 Nov. 1738. 

•2a. Richard Bassett of Glentworth, b. 15 Sept. 1744; d. 12 July 1805; m. 
1 July 1774, Martha, da. of Joseph Armitage of High Royd, Huddersfield, d. (-) ; 
and had issue lb to 2b. 


of Ci)e BlooD mopal 

lb. Rev. Henry Bassett, Rector of North Thoresby, b. 12 Ap. 1778; d. 1 May 
1852; m. 1 Oct. 1811, Catharine, da. of John Far Jell' of Lincoln, d. 6 /km? 1859; 
rt>zrf /wrf issue \c to 2c. 

If. Henry Bassett of Ingham, co. Line, b. 18 /««. 1817 ; d. 18 July 1888 ; m. 
3 Jan. 1856, Emily Mary, da. of Henry Wood of London, d. 23 Feb. 1897 ; and had 
issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Rev. Henry John Bassett, B.A. (Oxon.), Vicar of Hagnaby and East 
Kirkby (East Kirkby Vicarage, Spilsby), b. 17 Jan. 1859 ; m. 21 June 1894, Gertrude 
Mary, da. of Periera Brown of Glentworth Hal), co. Line. ; and has issue \e. 

le. Ralph Periera Henry Bassett, b. 16 Feb. 1896. 

2d. Isabel Emily Bassett, unm. 

3d. Katharine Phcebe Bassett, unm. 

2c. Catharine Mary Bassett, b. 5 Oct. 1823 ; d. 31 Jan. 1902 ; m. 4 June 1850, 
the Rev. John Gilbert Dav of Pitsford, co. Northants, d. 19 Nov. 1903 ; and had issue 
Id to 2d. 

Id. Julia Gatherine Day (1 he Limes, Plestbury Road, Cheltenham), m. 25 Ap. 
1878, Frederick Charles Fardell, d. 3 Aug. 1899. 

2d. Blanche Mary Day, unm. 

2b. Martha Bassett, b. 27 Sept. 1776; d. 18 Feb. 1869; m. 17 Oct. 1798, John 
Wilson of Seacroft Hall and Cliffe Hall, co. Yorks, d. 12 Nov. 1836 ; and had issue 
Icto 2c. 

lc. Richard Bassett Wilson of Cliffe Hall, co. Yorks, b. 3 Ap. 1806 ; d. 23 Mar. 
1867; m. 5 Dec. 1839, Anne, da. and co-h. of William FitzGerald of Ad'elphi, 
co. Clare, d. 11 July 1877 ; and, had issue Id to Id. 

L7. John Gerald Wilson, C.B., b. 29 Dec. 1841 ; d. 8 Mar. 1902; m. 4 June 
1873, Angelina Rosa Geraldine, da. of Rev. the Hon. Henry O'Brien ; and had issue 
le to 6e. 

le. Murrough John Wilson (Cliffe Hall, Darlington), b. 14 Sept. 1875; m. 
16 Feb. 1904, Sybil May, da. of Sir Powlett Charles John Milbank, 2nd Bt. [U.K.] ; 
and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Geraldine Edith Mary Wilson, b. 19 Dec. 1905. 

2/. Kathleen May Wilson, b. 16 Aug. 1909. 

2e. Denis Daly Wilson, Capt, 17th Bengal Cavalry, b. 22 Oct. 1878. 

3e. Frank O'Brien Wilson, Lieut. R.N., b. 30 Ap. 1883. 

ie. Harriet Anne Dorothy Wilson, in. 12 July 1904, Frederick Richard Charles 
Milbank, J. P. [son and h.-app. of Sir Powlett Charles John Milbank, 2nd Bt. [U.K.], 
J P., D.L.] (Abbey House, Ludlow) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Mark Vane Milbank, b. 11 Jan. 1907. 

2/. John Gerald Frederick Milbank, b. 17 Ap. 1909. 

5e. Gladys Mary Wilson, m. 15 Aug. 1905, John Beaumont Hotham, B.A. 
(Camb.), a Clerk in the House of Lords [B. Hotham Coll.] (70 Warwick Square, 
S.W.) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Dorothy Jean Hotham, b. 12 Aug. 1907. 

2/. Margaret Hotham, b. 14 Aug. 1909. 

6e. Geraldine Wilson. 

2d. William Henry Wilson, now (R.L. 20 July 1872) FitzGerald-Wilson 
(Adelphi, Coro/iu, co. Clare), b. 22 Ap. 1844 ; m. 21 Nov. 1885, Olave, da. of Russell 
C. Stanhope of Parsonstown Manor, co. Meath ; and has issue le to 2e. 

\e. Francis William Wilson-FitzGerald, 1st Royal Dragoons, b. 8 Dec. 1880. 

2e. Olave Clare Wilson-FitzGerald, b. 11 Feb. 1888. 

3d. Maurice FitzGerald Wilson (Ashburn Gardens, London, W.), b. 4 Feb. 
1858 ; m. 2 Aug. 1884, Florence May, da. of the Ven. Hopkins Badnall, D.D., Arch- 
deacon of the Cape of Good Hope ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Maurice Fiennes FitzGerald Wilson, b. 22 June 1886. 

2e. Bassett FitzGerald Wilson, b. 1 Sept. 1888. [Nos. 17808 to 17831. 

I 7 I 

Cl)e jMantagenet l&oll 

id. Juliana Cecilia Wilson, A. 15 Nov. 1898 ; m. 14 Sept. 1865, Thomas Charles 
Johnson Sowerby of Snow Hall, Darlington ; and had issue le to 8e. 

le. Charles Fitzgerald Sowerby, Oapt. R.N., b. 31 July 1866. 

2e. William Bassett Sowerby (Newcastle-on-Tyne), b. 13 Ap. 1870; m. 14 Sept. 
1900, Lena, da. of William Hunter ; and has issue 1/. 

If. Guy Spencer Sowerby, b. 5 Aug. 1905. 

3e. Edward Chaytor Sowerby (Sudborough, Northants), b. 2 Sept. 1872 ; m. 
4 July 1907, Muriel, d. of J. Gardiner Muir of Farming Woods, co. Northants; and 
has issue 1/. 

1/. Thomas Muir Sowerby, b. 6 Sept. 1908. 

le. Maurice Eden Sowerby, Capt. R.E., b. 5 Dec. 1874. 

be. Gerald Sowerby, Lieut. R.N. (Myrtle, Newcastle, co. Down), b. 31 July 
1878 : m. 14 Jan. 1904, Lady Mabel Marguerite, da. of Hugh (Annesley), 5th Earl 
of Annesley [I.] ; and has issue 1/. 

If. Gerald Francis Annesley Sowerby, b. 5 Nov. 1904. 

Ge. Mabel Frances Sowerby. 

le. Edith Mary Sowerby, in. 12 Nov. 1903, Sir Henry Spencer Moreton 
Havelock- Allan, 2nd Bt. [U.K.] (Blackwell Grange and Blackwell Hall, Darlington). 

8e. Mary Gertrude Sowerby. 

5d. Mary Lucia Wilson. 

Gd. Augusta Jane Wilson, m. 30 June 1870, Thomas Robins Bolitho of Treng- 
wainton (Trengwainton, Hea Moor, R.S.O., Cornwall), s.p. 

Id. Emily Gertrude Wilson, m. 17 Dec. 1878, James FitzGerald Bannatyne of 
Summerville, co. Limerick (Haldon, Exeter) ; and has issue le to 3e . 

le. James FitzGerald Bannatyne, b. 25 Nov. 1883. 

•le. Mary Stuart Bannatyne, b. I May 1881. 

3e. Victoria Vera Bannatyne, b. 11 Sept. 1887. 

2c. John Wilson of Seacroft Hall, co. Yorks, b. 1 Jan. 1808 ; d. 29 Jan. 1891 ; 
m. 13 Ap. 1846, Anna Maria Isabella, da. of Roderick Macleod of Cadboll, co. Ross, 
M.P., d. 26 Dec. 1903 ; and had issue Id to U. 

Id. Darcy Bruce Wilson (Seacroft Hall, near Leeds), b. 17 June 1851. 

2d. Arthur Henry Wilson (Sandridge Park, Totnes), b. 24 Ap. 1853; in. 
12 Nov. 1885, Alice Louisa, da. of George Drake Wainwright ; and has issue It'. 

le. Gladys Sabine Fyers Wilson, b. 6 Oct. 1886. 

3d. Constance Wilson, m. 6 Jan. 1887, the Rev. Charles John Aylmer Eade, 
M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of Aycliffe (Aycliffe Vicarage, Darlington); and has issue It- 
to 3e. 

le. John Eade, b. 18 Dec. 1887. 

2e. Charles Eade, b. 19 July 1900. 

3e. Aylmer Eade, b. 29 Jan. 1902. 

Id. Louisa Wilson. 

3a. Thomas Bassett, b. 22 Jan. 1747. 
4a. John Bassett, b. 22 Feb. 1748. 

5a. Charles Bassett, b. 21 July 1749, was married and had a wife living at 
Glentworth in 18 ll. 1 

6a. Frances Bassett, b. 22 Feb. 1731. 

la. Katherine Bassett, b. 14 Jan. 1732. 

8a. Anne Bassett. 

9a. Lvdia Bassett, b. 17 Feb. 1742. 

I0fl. Charlotte Bassett, b. 20 Sept. 1743. [Nos. 17832 to 17856. 

Maddison's " Lincolnshire Pedigrees," i. 107. 

of %\)t Blood iftopai 

82. Descendants of Elizabeth Tempest (Table IX.), d. (-) ; m. 

John South of Kelstern, co. Lincoln, who was nominated a 
Knight of the Eoyal Oak in 1660 ; and had issue. 
See p. 150. 

83. Descendants, if any surviving, of Anne Clifton (Table IX.), 

d. (-) ; m. Sir Francis Rodes, 2nd Bt. [E.], d. 1651 ; and 
had issue la to '2a. 

la. Sir Francis Rodes, 3rd Bt. [£.], b. c. 1647 ; d. 14 Mar. 1675 ; ni. (licence 
dated 1 May) 1665, Martha, da. of William Thornton of Grantham, co. Line, d 
25 Oct. 1719 ; and had issue lb to 36. 

lb. Sir John Rodes, ith Bt. [£.], b. 1670; d. num. Oct. 1743. 

26. Frances Rodes, da. and co-h., d. (-) ; m. Gtf&er* Heathcote of Calthorp or 
Cuthorp, co. Derby, M.D. ; and had issue Ic to 3c. 

If. Cornelius Heathcote, M.D., d. (-); m. Elizabeth, da. of (—) Middle- 
brooke; and had issue Id. 

Id. John Heathcote, d. (-) ; m. Millicent, da. of (— ) Satcrthwaite ; and had 
issue (with others ivhose issue is known to be extinct) le. 

\e. Mary Heathcote, m. 1st, ( — ) Miers ; Indly, Capt. Massey. 

2c. Martha Heathcote, d. (-) ; m. 1744, Benjamin Bartlett of Bradford. 

3c. Elizabeth Heathcote, d. (-) ; m. 1746, Peter Acklom of Hornsey, co. Yorks. 

3b. Anne Rodes, da. and co-h., d. (-) ; m. William Thornton of Bloxham. 

la. Jane Rodes, d. ( - ) ; m. Capt. William Hossay of London. 

84. Descendants of Lady Margaret Clifford (Table VIII.), b. c. 

1540; d. 19 Sept. 1596; m. 7 Feb. 1555, Henry (Stanley), 
4th Earl of Derby [E.], E.G., d. 25 Sept. 1593; and had 

See the Tudor Roll, Table LXXXII., and pp. 358-563, Nos. 27543-36735. 

Nos. 17857 to 27049. 

85. Descendants of Peregrine (Bertie), 3rd Duke of Ancaster 

and Kesteven [G.B.] and Marquis of Lindsey, and 18th 
Baron Willoughby de Eresby [E.], Hereditary Lord Great 
Chamberlain of England, P.C. (Table X.), b. 1714 ; d. 12 Aug. 
1778 ; m. 2ndly, 27 Nov. 1750, Mary, sometime Mistress of 
the Robes to Queen Charlotte, da. of Thomas Panton of New- 
market, co. Cambridge, d. at Naples Oct. 1793 ; and had issue 
la to 3a. 

la. Robtrt (Bertie), ith Duke of Ancaster and Kesteven [G.B.], &c, b. 17 Oct. 
1736; d. unm. 8 July 1779. 

2a. Priscilla Barbara Elizabeth (nee Bertie), 20th Baroness Willoughby de Eresby 
[£.], Joint Hereditary Great Chamberlain of England, b. 16 Feb. 1761 ; 'd. 29 Dec. 
1828; m. 23 Feb. 1779, Peter (Burrell), 1st Baron Gwydyr [G.B.], b. 16 June 1754 j 
d. 29 June 1820 ; and had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. Peter Robert (Burrell, sometime (R.L. 5 Nov. 1807) Burrell-Drummond, and 
finally (R.L. 26 June 1829) Drummond-Willoughby), 2lst Baron Willoughby de 
173 z 

%tyt #lantagenet Boll 

Eresbv [£.] and 2nd Baron Gwvdvr [G.B.], P.C., &c, b. 19 Mar. 1782 ; d. 22 Feb. 
1865; m. 19 Oct. 1807, Ladv Clementina, da. and h. of James (Drummond), Wth 
Earl of Perth [S.] and 1st Baron Perth [G.B.], d. 26 Jan. 1865; and had issue lc 
to 3 c. 

lc. Alberic (Burrell), '22nd Baron Willoughby de Eresbv [£".], 3rd Baron Gwxdyr 
[G.B.], b. 25 Dec. 1821 ; d. www. 26 4«g. 1870. 

2c. Clementina Elizabeth, suo jure 23ri Baroness Willoughby de Eresby [E.], 
(S-c, /otn/ Hereditary Great Chamberlain of England, da. and (1870) co-h., b. 2 Se/>2. 
1809; d. 13 Nov. 1888 ; m. 8 Oct. 1827, Sty Gilbert John Heathcote, 5th Bt. [G.B.], 
afterwards (26 Feb. 1856) 1st Baron Av el and [U.K.] [descended from King Henry 
VII.], A 6 Sc/>/. 1867 ; awd Aoi t'ssw. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 206-207, Nos. 21514-21530. 

3c. Hon. Charlotte Augusta Annabella Drummond-Willoughby, Joint Hereditary 
Great Chamberlain of England, da. and (1870) co-h., b. 3 Nov. 1815 ; d. 26 July 
1879 ; m. as 2nd wife, 10 Aug. 1840, Robert John (Smith, afterwards (R.L. 26 Aug. 
1839) Carrington), 2nd Baron Carrington [G.B. and I.], b. 16 June 1796 ; d. 17 Mar. 
1868 ; and had issue \d to 5d. 

Id. Charles Robert (Carrington, now (R.L. 24 Ap. 1896) Wynn-Carrington), 
1st Earl Carrington [U.K.], 3rd Baron Carrington [G.B. and I.], Joint Hereditary 
Lord Great Chamberlain of England, K.G., P.C., G.C.M.G., President of the Board 
of Agriculture, formerly Lord Chamberlain of the Household to Queen Victoria 
1892-1895, Gov. and Comm.-in-Chief of New South Wales 1885-1890, &c. &c. 
(Gwydvr Castle, Llanrwst, Wales ; Daw's Hill, High Wycombe ; 53 Prince's Gate, 
S.W.),b. 16 May 1843 ; m. 15 July 1878, the Hon. Cecilia Margaret [a descendant 
of the Lady Isabel Plantagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 46)], da. of Charles (Harbord), 
5th Baron Nuffield [G.B.] ; and has issue lc to Gc. 

lc. Albert Edward Samuel Charles Robert Wynn-Carrington, Viscount Wend- 
over, for whom H.M. the King stood Sponsor, b. 24 Ap. 1895. 

2c. Lady Marjorie Cecilia Wynn-Carrington, m. 12 Feb. 1901, Charles Henry 
Wellesley (Wilson), 2nd Baron Nunburnbolme [U.K.], D.S.O., &c. (Ferriby Hall, 
North Ferriby, East Yorks) : and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Hon. Charles John Wilson, b. 25 Ap. 1904. 

2/. Hon. Cecilia Monica Wilson. 

3c. Lady Alexandra Augusta Wynn-Carrington, for whom H.M. Queen 
Alexandra was Sponsor. 

4c. Lady Ruperta Wynn-Carrington, m. 7 Dec. 1905, William Legge, Viscount 
Lewisham [s. and h. of the 6th Earl of Dartmouth and a descendant of King Henry 
VII. (see Tudor Roll, p. 199)] (Patshidl House, Wolverhampton); and has issue 1/ 
to If. 

If. Hon. Mary Cecilia Legge. 

2/. Hon. Elizabeth Legge. 

5c. Lady Judith Sydney Mee Wynn-Carrington. 

6c. Lady Victoria Alexandrina Wynn-Carrington, for whom H.M. Queen 
Victoria was Sponsor. 

2d. Hon. Sir William Henry Peregrine Carington (R.L. 21 Aug. 1880), pre- 
viously Carrington, K.C.V.O., C.B., Extra Equerry to H.M. the King, formerly 
Equerry to H.M. the King and to Queen Victoria 1882-1902, Capt. and Lieut.-Col. 
Grenadier Guards, M.P. for Wycombe 1868-1883, &c. (Burfield, Old Windsor; 
6 Cadogan Square, S.W.), b. 28 July 1845 ; m. 28 Sept. 1871, Juliet, da. of Francis 

3d. Hon. Rupert Clement George Carington (R.L. 21 Aug. 1880), previously 
Carrington, C.V.O., D.S.O., Lieut.-Col. Comdg. 68th Australian Light Horse, for- 
merly Col. Comdg. 3rd Regt. New South Wales Imperial Bushmen in South Africa 
1899-1902, M.P. co. Bucks 1880-1885, &c. (Momalong, N.S. Wales), b. 17 Dec. 
1852; m. Ap. 1891, Edith, da. of John Horsfall of Widgiewa, N.S. Wales; and 
has issue lc. 

lc. Rupert Victor John Carington, b. 1891. [Nos. 27050 to 27080. 


of %\yt Blooti IRopal 

id. Hon. Augusta Clementina Carrington (11 Hobart Place, S.W . ; Dunallev 
Lodge, Halliford-on-Thames), m. 7 July 1864, Archibald Campbell (Campbell), 1st 
Baron Blythswood [U.K.], d.s.p. 8 July 1908. 

5d. Hon. Eva Elizabeth Carrington, m. 5 July 1869, Charles Augustus 
(Stanhope), 8th Earl of Harrington [G.B.] [descended from George (Plantagenet), 
Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see ClarenceiVolume, p. 3-18)] (Elvaston Cattle, near Derby ; 
Harrington House, Craig's Court, Charing Cross, W.C., &c), s.p. 

lb. Hon. Lindsev Merrik Peter Burrell, b. 20 June 1786 ; d. 1 Jan. 1848 ; m. 
13 July 1807, Frances, da. of James Daniel!, d. 25 Aug. 1846; and had issue \c 
to 5c. 

\c. Peter Robert [Burrell), ith Baron Gwydyr and 5th Baronet [G.B.], &c, b. 
27 Ap. 1810 ; d. 3 Ap. 1909 ; m. 1st, 10 Dec. 1840, Sophia, da. and h. of Frederick 
William Campbell of Barbreck, d. 14 Mar. 1843 ; 2ndly, 8 May 1856, Georgina, da. 
of George Peter Holford of Weslonbirt, co. Glouc, d. 20 Nov. 1892 ; and had issue 
Id to 2d. 

Id. Willoughby Merrik Campbell (Burrell), 5th Baron Gwydyr and 6th Baronet 
[G.B.], F.R.G.S., J.P., D.L., Hon. Col. 4th Batt. Suffolk Regt., formerly Capt. 
Rifle Brig. (Stoke Park, Ipswich : 60 Pont Street, S.W. ; Carlton), b. 26 Oct. 1841 ; 
m. 1st, 4 Sept. 1873, Mary, da. and h. of Sir John Banks, K.C.B., M.D.,. Physician- 
in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria, d. 26 June 1898; 2ndly, 4 June 1901, Anne, da. of 
John Ord of Overwhitton, co. Roxburgh; and has issue le. 

\e. Hon. Catharine Mary Sermonda Burrell, m. 16 July 1902, John Henniker 
Heaton (94 Cromwell Road, S.W.) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. John Victor Peregrine Henniker Heaton, b. 10 Feb. 1903. 

2f. Peter Joseph Henniker Heaton, b. 9 May 1907. 

3/. Mary Aralueu Henniker Heaton. 

2d. z Hon. Cicely Burrell. 

2c. Georgiana Charlotte Burrell, b. 1811; d. 21 Sept. 1843; m. as 1st wife, 
6 Dec. 1838, James Hamilton Llovd-Anstruther of Hintlesham Hall, co. Suffolk, 
J. P., D.L. [Baronet of Balcaskie Coll.], d. 23 Dec. 1882 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Robert Hamilton Lloyd-Anstruther of Hintlesham, J. P., D.L., Major and 
Hon. Lieut.-Col. late Rifle Brig., formerly M.P. for S.E. Suffolk 1886-1892 (Hintles- 
ham Hall, Ipswich; 37 Eccleston Square, S.W.), b. 21 Ap. 1841 ; m. 5 July 1871, 
Gertrude Louisa Georgiana [descended from King Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, 
p. 337)], da. of Francis Horatio FitzRoy of Frogmore, co. Hants [D. of Grafton 
Coll.] ; and has issue le. 

le. Fitz Roy Hamilton Lloyd-Anstruther, Lieut. Army Motor Reserve (12 Chapel 
Street, Belgrave' Square, S.W.), b. 5 July 1872; m. 11 Oct. 1898, the Hon. Rachel 
[descended from King Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, p. 216)], da. of Augustus 
Cholmomieley (Gough-Calthorpe), 6th Baron Calthorpe [G.B.] ; and has issue If. 

]/. Richard Hamilton Lloyd-Anstruther, b. 28 Mar. 1908. 

3c. Susan Anne Burrell, b. 1816 ; d. 16 Aug. 1850 ; m. 29 July 1839, William 
Crosbie, afterwards (R.L. 11 Nov. 1880) Talbot-Crosbie of Ardfert Abbey, co. Kerry, 
d. 4 Sept. 1899 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 395, Nos. 33269-33303. 

4c. Hon. Marcia Sarah Elizabeth Burrell, had R.W. as da. of a Baron 17 Dec. 
1870, b. 1821 ; d. 22 Od. 1889; m. 1st, 24 Ap. 1851, the Rev. Charles Cameron, d. 
1 Dec. 1861 ; 2ndly, 14 Ap. 1868, Walter Whittington ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Charles Hamilton Hone Cameron, L.R.C.P,, M.R.C.S., D.P.H. (Gildredge 
House, 21 The Goffs, Eastbourne), b. 30 Sept. 1852 ; m. 30 Ap. 1878, Mary Louise 
Savile, da. of Robert Walter Mexborough Shepherd ; and has issue le to 4c. 

lc. Charles Peter Gwydyr Cameron, Lieut. R.G.A., b. 18 Jan. 1885. 

2e. Ewen Paul Burrell Cameron, b. 27 Sept. 1897. 

3c. Stella Willoughby Savile Cameron, m. 1 Oct. 1903, Clement Col.bold, Bar.- 
at-Law [Hxntle Place, Hintlesham, Suffolk; Belstead Lodge, Ipswich); and has 
issue 1/ to 2/. LN'os. 27081 to 27130. 


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If. Cameron Fromanteel Cobbold, b. 14 Sept. 1904. 

If. Marcia Ruth Jean Cameron Cobbold. 

2d. Marcia Frances Lyttleton Cameron, m. 18 Ap. 1888, the Rev. Henry 
Kilburn Law ; and has issue le to 4e. 

le. Henry Merrik Burrell Law, b. 11 Dec. 1890. 

2e. Charles Lindsey Gwydyr Law, b. 3 Aug. 1893. 

3e. Marcia Georgina Cameron Law. 

4c. Margaret Frances Willoughby Law. 

3d. Emma Georgina Cameron, m. 22 Dec. 1885, the Rev. Thomas Kirkpatrick, 
d. 30 May 1888 ; and has issue le. 

le. Charles Edward Cameron Kirkpatrick, b. 2 Dec. 1886. 

4d. Clare Charlotte Cameron, m. 17 July 1883, the Rev. William John Margetts, 
Vicar of Baildon (Baildon Vicarage, near Shipley, Yorks) ; and has issue le to 6e. 

le. John Theodore Cameron Margetts, b. 16 Feb. 1892. 

2e. Grace Cameron Margetts. 

3e. Winifred Willoughby Margetts, m. Jan. 1910, Lacy Francis Taverner 
(Kobe, Japan). 

4e. Dorothy Lucy Clare Margetts. 

5e. Marcia Georgina Lyttleton Margetts. 

6e. Mary Cicely Burrell Margetts. 

5d. Lucy Amelia Cameron, m. 24 July 1884, Edward Hill Dobson ; and has 
issue \e. 

\e. Stephanie Cicely Clare Dobson. 

5c. Hon. Charlotte Anne Burrell, had R.W . as da. of a Baron 17 Dec. 1870, b. 
1822 ; d. 8 Dec. 1907 ; m. 9 Oct. 1851, Charles Wilmot Smith of Ballynanty House, 
co. Liverpool, J. P. : and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. John Wilmot Crosbie Smith of Ballynanty (Ballynanty House, Bruff, co. 
Limerick; Killuran Abbey, co. Clare), b. 9 Feb. 1853; m. 1 Oct. 1874, Jane Grant, 
da. of Andrew Sherlock Lawson of Aldborough, co. York; and has issue \e to 6c. 

lc. Charles Wilmot Smith, b. 4 Sept. 1880. 

2c. Andrew Wilmot Smith, Lieut. R.N., b. 21 May 1885. 

3c. Charlotte Isabella Smith. 

4c. [da.] Smith. 

5c. [da.' Smith. 

6c. [da. Smith. 

Id. Willoughby Lloyd Smith, b. 24 July 1859. 

3d. George Charles Bertie Smith, b. 4 Mar. 1861. 

id. Emma Georgina Smith. 

5d. Charlotte Mary Smith. 

3a. Lady Georgiana Charlotte Bertie, b. 1 Aug. 1764; d. 23 June 1838; m. 
25 Ap. 1791, George James (Cholmondeley), 1st Marquis [U.K.], Uh Earl [£.], and 
6th Viscount [I.] Cholmondeley, K.G-, d. 10 Ap. 1827 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 127-128, Nos. 1503-1544. [Nos. 27131 to 27201. 

86. Descendants of Lady Mary Bertie (Table X.), d. 23 May 1774; 
m. 21 Feb. 1747, Samuel Greatheed of Guy's Cliffe, co. 
Warwick; and had (with possibly other) issue la. 

la. Bertie Greatheed, afterwards (R.L. 20 May 1819) Bertie-Greatheed of Guy's 
Cliffe, d. (-) ; m. ( — ) ; and had (with possibly other) issue lb. 

lb. ( — ) Bertie-Grealheed of Guy's Cliffe, d. ( - ) ; m. ( — ) ; and had issue lc. 

lc. Anne Caroline Bertie-Greatheed of Guy's Cliffe, b. c. 1805 ; d. 8 June 1882 ; 
m. 20 Mar. 1822, the Hon. Charles Percy, afterwards (R.L. 10 Ap. 1826) Greatheed- 
Percy, d. 11 Oct. 1870, leaving issue a da. who d. unm. 15 Feb. 1891. 
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87. Descendants of Lady Jane Berth*: (Table X.), d. 1793 ; m. 1743, 
Gen. Edward jMathew, Equerry to King George III., Gen. 
Comdg. the Guards Brigade in North America, and afterwards 
Governor of Grenada 1784-1789, b. c. 1727 ; d. 25 Dec. 1805 ; 
and had issue 1« to 5«. 

la. Brownlow Mathew, afterwards (R.L. 5 May 1819) Bertie-M athew, b. (-) ; 
d. 29 Ap. (?Sep.) 1826; m. 2 Ap. 1807, Harriet Anne, da. of North Nay lor, 
H.E.I.C.S. [by his wife ( — ), sister of Sir Albemarle Bertie, Bt.], d. (-) ; and had 
issue {with 2 other sons and 3 das. known to have d.s.p) 16 to 36. 

lb. Edward Bertie-M athew. 

lb. Jane Bertie-M athew, d. (-); m. Alphonso (Ferrero), Marquis of La 
Marmora (Marchese della Marmora) [Italy], K.A.I., K.C.B., G.C.L.H., field- 
Marshal, Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs to King Victor Emmanuel II. 
1864-1866, &c, b. 1804; d.s.p. at Florence 5 Jan. 1878. 

3b. Elizabeth Bertie-M athew. 

2a. Jane Mathew, twin with 3a, d. 5 June 1830; m. 2 Sept. 1766, Thomas 
Maitland, d. 2 Dec. 1797 ; and had issue {with 3 sons and a da., d.s.p.) 16 to 4b. 

16. Sir Peregrine Maitland, G.C.B., General, commanded Guards at Waterloo, 
afterwards Governor and Com. -in-Chief at the Cape of Good Hope 1843-1846, &c, 
b. 6 July 1777 ; d. 30 May 1854 : in. 1st, 8 June 1803, the Hon. Louisa, da. of Sir 
Edward Crofton, '2nd Bt. [I.] ; 2ndly, 9 Oct. 1815, Lady Sarah [descended from 
King Henry VII. (see Tudor Volume, p. 468)], da. of Charles (Lennox), ith Duke 
of Richmond [E.], Lennox [S.], and Aubiguy [F.], K.G., d. 8 Sept. 1873 ; and had 
issue (with a son by 1st wife, who d. unm.) Ic to 7c. 

Ic. Charles Lennox Brownlow Maitland, C.B., K.L.H., Col. 1st Batt. Duke of 
Edinburgh's Regt., Lieut.-Gov. Chelsea Hospital 1869-1870, b. 27 Sept. 1823; d. 
(? unm.). 

Ic. Horatio Arthur Lennox Maitland, Admiral R.N., 6. 13 Mar. 1834. 

3c. Sarah Maitland, d. (-); in. 14 Jan. 1837, Gen. Thomas Bowes Forster 
[son of Lieut. -Col. John Randall Forster], d. 21 Mar. 1870; and had issue (with a 
son d. unm.) Id to 6d. 

Id. Bowes Lennox Forster, Lieut.-Gen., formerly Col. Comdf. R.A., b. 9 Oct. 
1837 ; m. 18 Jan. 1868, Jessie Kate, da. of William Mackenzie, C.B., C.S.I., In- 
spector-Gen. of Hospitals, India, and Hon. Physician to Queen Victoria ; and has 
issue le to be. 

\e. William Anson Maitland Prendegast Forster, 6. 21 Ap. 1869. 

2e. Stuart Boscawen Erode Desbrisay Forster, 6. 5 Oct. 1870. 

Tie. George Norman Bowes Forster, 6. 26 Oct. 1872. 

4e. Lenox Weston Glendower Forster, b. 28 Sept. 1874. 

be. Isabella Gertrude Forster. 

2d. Peregrine Henry Forster, b. 2 July 1848. 

3d. Susan Charlotte Forster, m. 28 Ap. 1874, the Rev. Charles Garbett, M.A. 
(Oxon.), Vicar of Tongham, d. (-); and had issue \e to be. 

\e. Rev. Cyril Forster Garbett, M.A. (Oxon.), Vicar of Portsea (The Vicarage, 
Portsea), b. 6 Feb. 1875. 

2e. Basil Maitland Garbett, 6. 13 July 1S76. 

3e. Clement Steuart Garbett, b. 21 July 1877. 

Ke. Leonard Gillilan Garbett, 6. 1 Mar. 1879. 

5e. Elsie Mary Katherine Garbett. 

id. Sarah Caroline Forster, m. 20 Oct. 1869, Edward Howorth Greenly, Lord 
of the Manor of Titley, M.A. (Oxon.), J. P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Hereford 1881, 
ic. (Titley Court, R.S.O., Hereford) ; and has issue le to be. 

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le. Walter Howorth Greenly, J. P., D.S.O., Major 12th Lancers and Cavalry 
Staff Officer to the Inspector-Gen. of the Forces (Cavalry Club), b. 2 Jan. 1875. 

2c. John Henry Maitland Greenly, b. 25 July 1885. 

Be. Alice Maud Greenly, m. 9 Jan. 1907, Robert Napier Greathed, Capt. R.A. ; 
and has issue If. 

If. Elisabeth Sarah Greathed. 

4c. Ethel Mary Greenly. 

5c. Lucy Margaret Greenly, m. 2 July 1902, the Hon. Antony Schomberg 
Byng [3rd son of the 5th Earl of Strafford and a descendant of King Henry VII. 
(see Tudor Roll, p. 169)] (6 Mansion Place, Queen's Gate, S.W.) ; and has issue 
1/ to 2/. 

If. William Humphrey Schomberg Byng, b. 31 May 1906. 

If. Gillian Sarah Byng. 

5d. Emily Berlinga Forster. 

&d. Louisa Margaret Jane Forster. 

4c. Caroline Charlotte Maitland, d. 8 Jan. 1897; m. 17 July 1837, John 
George Turnbull, Accountant-Gen. at Madras, d. 2 Jan. 1872 ; and had issue (with 
others d.s.p.) Id to 3d. 

\d. Charles Frederic Alexander Turnbull of Whiteways, co. Surrey, Col. (ret.), 
formerly Comdg. Duke of Cornwall's L.I., Extra A.D.C. to the Com.-in-Chief at 
Aldershot 1881-1883, b. 26 June 1847 ; m. 7 Jan. 1890, Evelyn Selina, da. of John 
Lambart Broughton of Tunstall, co. Salop ; and has issue le to 2c. 

lc. Dudley Ralph Turnbull, b. 15 Oct. 1891. 

2c. Sylvia Nora Evelyn Turnbull. 

2d. Caroline Maria Turnbull, d. 1878; m. 5 June 1860, Alexander William 
Adair of Heatherton Park, co. Som., and Colhays, co. Devon, J -P., Lieut. -Col. Comdg. 
2nd Somerset L.I., previously 52nd Foot, b. 28 Jan. 1829 ; d. 1864; and had issue 
(with a son and 2 das. d. young) le to 2c. 

le. Gerald Adair, b. 7 Nov. 1865; d. (-). 

2c. Evelyn Adair, m. 29 Ap. 1883, Joseph E. Wood [son of Joseph Carter Wood 
of Felcourt, co. Surrey]. 

3d. Georgiana Sarah Turnbull (Whiteways, Farnham, co. Surrey), m. 5 Jan. 
1864, Allan Shafto Adair, J.P., Major 13th L.I. ; b. 20 Dec. 1836 ; d. 26 Dec. 1902 ; 
and has issue lc. 

lc. Desmond Adair, Lieut. Gordon Highlanders, b. 20 Dec. 1865. 

5c. Gcorgina Louisa Maitland, d. 5 Jan. 1852 ; m. as 1st wife, 2 Jan. 1844, 
the Rev. Sir Thomas Eardley Wilmot Blomefield, 3rd Bt. [U.K.], d. 21 Nov. 1878; 
and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 468-469, Nos. 32924-32941. 

6c. Emily Sophia Maitland, d. 16 Dee. 1891 ; m. 13 Jan. 1846, Admiral Lord 
Frederic Herbert Kerr, R.N. [M. of Lothian Coll.], d. 15 Jan. 1896 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 469, Nos. 32942-32963. 

7c. Eliza Mary Maitland, b. 1832; d. (-); m. 14 July 1857, Major-Gen. 
John Dcsborough, R.A., C.B. (Gross House, Northam, Bideford); and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 469, Nos. 32964-32973. 

2b. Rev. Charles David Maitland, Incumbent of St. James\ Brighton, formerly 
Capt. R.A., b. 3 Sept. 1785 ; d. 12 Oct. 1865; m. 15 Ap. 1814, Elizabeth Adye, da, 
of John Miller, d. 13 Aug. 1874 ; and had issue lc to 5c. 

lc. Rev. Charles Maitland, M.A., M.D., Author of " The Church in the Cata- 
combs," b. 6 Jan. 1815; d. 31 July 1866; m. 5 Nov. 1842, Julia Charlotte, widow 
of James Thomas, da. of Henry Barrett, d. 29 Jan. 1864; and had issue Id. 

Id, Julia Caroline Maitland, d. 27 Feb. 1890 ; m. 18 July 1861, the Rev. David 
Wauchope, M.A. (Oxon.), formerly Rector of Church Lawford [Bt. of Edmonstone 
(S. 1667) Coll.] (Banister Gate, Southampton) ; and had issue le to 3c. 

[Nos. 27217 to 27282. 
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le. Rev. David Maitland Don- Wauchope, M.A. (Oxon.), late Rector of Elstead 
(Elstead, Godalming), b. 4 Mar. 1864; m. 17 July 1888, Ethel Sarah, da. of Lewis 
Maxey Stewart ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Andrew Maxey Wauchope, b. 13 Dec. 1890. 

2/. Oswald Stewart Wauchope, b. 2 July 1897. 

le. Anne Julia Wauchope 

3c. Caroline Wauchope. 

2c. Rev. Brownlow Maitland, M.A. (Camb.), Minister of Brunswick Chapel. 
Marylebone 1849-1870, and Sec. and Chaplain to his uncle, Gen. Sir Peregrine, 
Maitland, while Gov. of the Cape of Good Hope, b. 12 June 1816 ; d. 27 Oct. 1902 ; 
m. 1st, 19 July 1848, Josephine, da. of Alexander Erskine " of Dun," d. 8 Dec. 1870 ; 
■2ndly, 4 June 1872, Emily (41 Montagu Square, W .), da. of Samuel Warren, Q.C., 
D.C.L., F.R.S.,M.P.,a Master in Lunacy and Author of " Ten Thousand a Year" ; 
and had issue (with 3 sons and 2 das. by 1st wife, who d.s.p.) \d. 

Id." Mary Eleanor Maitland. 

3c. Edward Maitland, Novelist and Essayist, b. 27 Oct. 1824; d. (-); m. 
3 May 1855, Esther Charlotte, da. of William Bradley of Sydney, N.S.W. ; and 
had issue Id. 

Id. Charles Bradley Maitland, Army Surgeon, Indian M.S., b. 5 Jan. 1856. 

4c. John Thomas Maitland , R.N ., b. 4 Aug. 1826; d. 11 Mar. 1855; m. 1848, 
Mary Jane, da. of the Rev. Francis Pym, Rector of William, co. Bed. [who m. 2ndly, 
in Canada, c. 1856/7, ( — ) Wainwright] ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Lionel Maitland, d. (?s.p.) Sept. 1873. 

5c. Eardley Maitland, C.B., Col. R.A., Superintendent Royal Gun Factory, 
Woolwich, served in Indian Mutiny, Relief of Lucknow, &c, has medal with 3 clasps 
(6 Westbourne Mansions, Westbourne Terrace, W .), b. 10 Nov. 1833; m. 1st, 
29 May 1855, Elizabeth Odell, da. of Thomas Baillie, d. 6 Aug. 1877 ; 2ndly, 15 Mar. 
1883, Caroline Helen, da. of Thomas Metcalfe of Highgate, Hastings ; and has issue 
(with 3 sons and a da. who d.s.p.) \d to id. 

\d. 2 Eardly Thomas Maitland, b. 1888. 

2d. 1 Ella Laura Katherine Maitland, m. and has issue (3 das.). 

3d. 1 Emily Maitland, m. and has issue (a son and da., the latter of whom is m. 
with issue). 

id.' 2 Helena Victoria Augusta Maitland, Novelist. 

36. Jane Maitland, A. 18 May 1816; m. Licut.-Col. Richard Warren, Scots 
Fusiliers, d. 1819 ; and had issue (with 5 sons and 3 das. who d.s.p.) 1c to 2c. 

lc. Mary Jane Warren, d. 28 Aug. 1875 ; m. 1st, 15 July 1825, the Rev. Cecil 
Smith of Lydeard House, co. Som., d. 12 May 1861 ; 2ndly, 1867/8, the Rev. John 
Clare Pigot of Thrumpton Lodge, Weston-super-Mare, d. 2 Dec. 1880; and had 
issue Id. 

Id. Cecil Smith of Lydeard House, J. P., Bar.-at-Law I.T., b. 31 May 1826; 
d. 23 Sept. 1891 ; m. 28 Sept. 1858, Amelia (see p. 180), da. of Sir Peter Stafford 
Carey, d. 18 Dec. 1880; and had issue \e to le. 

le. Cecil Smith of the Croft, Botley, co. Hants (6 Ladbroke Square, W .), b. 
5 Jan. 1860; m. 7 Sept. 1889, Elizabeth Emily, da. of Philip John Hammond; 
and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Robert Philip Cecil Smith, b. 16 Ap. 1899. 

2/. Mary Cecil Smith. 

2e. Janet Charlotte Smith. 

3c. Caroline Ellen Smith. 

4c. Amy Smith. 

5c. Grace Smith. 

6c. Mabel Smith. 

le. Susan Constance Smith. [Xos. 27283 to 27303. 

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2c. Emily Aubrey Warren, d. 2 Feb. 1881 ; m. 16 Feb. 1835, Sir Peter Stafford 
Carey, M.A. (Oxon.), Bar.-at-Law M.T., Prof, of English Law at Univ. Coll., 
London, 1838-1845, Bailiff of Guernsey 1845-1883, &c., d. (-) ; and had issue (with 
a son and da. who d.s.p.) \d to 6d. 

\d. Frances Carey, m. 7 Aug. 1861, Col. Ernest le Pelley, Seigneur of Sark, 
formerly 5th Foot ; and has issue le to 5e. 

\e. Ernest Brownlow le Pelley, b. 1 June 1862. 

•2e. Edward Carey le Pelley, b. 2 Nov. 1870. 

3c Caroline Mary le Pelley. 

4e. Fanny Ernestine le Pelley. 

5e. Amelia Maitland le Pelley. 

2d. Amelia Carey, d. 18 Dec. 1880 ; in. 28 Sept. 1858, Cecil Smith of Lydeard 
House, co. Sotn., d. 23 Sept. 1891 ; and had issue. 

See p. 179, Nos. 27295-27303. 

3d. Caroline Carey, d. 6 Feb. 1883 ; m. 5 Dec. 1860, Lieut.-Col. Julius Alphonso 
Carey, fonmrly Belgian Consul at Alicante, A.D.C. to Lieut.-Gov. of Guernsey; 
and had issue (with a son who d. young) le to le. 

\e. Harold Stafford Carey, 6. 28 Sept. 1861. 

le. Wilfred Sausmarez Carey, b. 22 May 1863. 

3c. Mervyn Dobree Carey. 

Ae. Elaine Biddulph Carey. 

Id- Beatrice Carey, m. 26 Dec. 1867, Thomas Brooksbank, Bar.-at-Law I.T. ; 
and has issue It'. 

\e. Thomas Brooksbank, b. 12 July 1878. 

5d. Emily Jane Carey. 

6d. Sophia Stafford Carey, d. 19 Aug. 1871 ; m. 19 Aug. 1863, the Rev. William 
John Mellish, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of Winestead, Hull, d. (-); and had issue 
(with a son d. young) le to 4c. 

le. John Stafford Mellish, b. 5 Aug. 1864. 

2e. Peter Bertie Mellish, b. 25 Nov. 1860. 

3c. Elizabeth Aubrey Mellish. 

4e. Dorothea Katherine Mellish. 

46. Caroline Maitland, d. 25 Nov. 1830; m. Col. William Roberts, R.A., d. 
9 July 1851 ; and had issue (with 4 sows d. unm.) le to 2c. 

lc. Henry Charles Roberts, Major Bengal Army, b. 29 Nov. 1817 ; d. 24 Feb. 
1880; m. 12 May 1864, Jane, da. of John Beckley of Paignton, co. Devon ; and had 
issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Henry Maitland Roberts, b. 14 June 1868 ; unm. 

2d. Laura Maria Roberts, m. 8 Ap. 1902, the Rev. Lonsdale Ragg, Preb. of 
Buckden, in Lincoln Cathedral, Author of " Dante and his Italy," " The Moham- 
medan Cospel of Barnabas," " The Church of the Apostles,'' and other works (West- 
minster Club, Whitehall Court, S.W. ; Tickencote Rectory, Stamford):, and has issue le. 

le. Beatrice Laura Victoria Ragg, b. 6 Mar. 1907. 

3d. Edith Douglas Roberts (8 Ferndale, Tunbridge Wells). 

2c. Bertie Mathew Roberts, Major 2Qlh Cameronians, D.L. co. Lane, b. 11 Nov. 
1822 ; d. 27 Oct. 1894 ; m. ls^, 1 July 1852, Frances Jane Lennard, da. of Gen. Sir 
William Cator, K.C.B., d. 21 Sept. 1867 ; 2ndly, 1872, Laura, widow of Alexander 
Forteall of Newton, N.B., and da. of Gen. Henry Tufnell Roberts, Bengal Cav. ; and 
had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Rev. Harry Bertie Roberts, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of West Wickham (West 
Wickham Rectory, Kent), b. 28 Mar. 1855; unm. 

2d. William Bertie Roberts, Lieut. Royal Welsh Fusiliers, b. 29 June 1856 ; 
d 5 Dec. 1899; m. 12 Oct. 1882, Camille, da. of John Corbett of Inpnev, Droit- 

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wich, and Y nys-y-M aengwyn, co. Merioneth ; and had issue {with a da., Sylvia, who 
d. young, 14 Jan. 1907)" le to 2e. 

\e. Rev. Roger Harry Bertie-Roberts, B.A. (Oxon.), Assist. Curate at Lilling- 
ton, near Leamington, b. 5 Oct. 1883; unm. 

le. Cicely Bertie-Roberts, unm. 

3a- Mary Mathew, 1 d. (-) ; m. Lieut. -Col. Warren, Coldstream Guards. 

4a. Anne Mathew, d. (-); m. as 1st wife, James Austen of Alton [elder 
brother of Aim. Sir Francis William A listen, G.C.B., R.N.], d. ( - ) ; and had issue lb. 

lb. Jane Anna Elizabeth Austen, d. ( - ) ; m. 1814, the Rev. Benjamin Langlois 
Lefroy, Rector of Ashe [descended from King Henry VIL, &c], d. 1829 ; 

and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. -101-402, Nos. 29804-29823. 

5,!. Penelope Susannah Mathew, b. c. 1764; d. 27 Aug. 1828, aged 64 ; m. 1st, 
1787, David Dewar of St. Christopher's, W.I., and of Enham House and Doles, co. 
Hants, d. 20 Nov. 1794; 2ndly, 23 Oct. 1799, Capt. Charles Cumberland, Royal 
Horse Guards Blue [3rd son of Richard Cumberland "the dramatist"], b. 21 May 
1764 ; d. 12 May 1835 ; and had issue lb to 5b. 

lb. David Albemarle Bertie Dewar of Doles, co. Hants, and Great Cumberland 
Place, London, d. 25 Nov. 1859 ; m. 19 May 1821, Anne Louise, da. of Col. Richard 
Magenis [by Ms wife, Lady Elizabeth Anne, nee Cole, a descendant of the Lady Anne 
Plantagenet], d. Nov. 1855 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 139, Nos. 1975-1980. 

26. Richard Edward Cumberland of Middlecave House, co. York, Comm. R.N., 
b. 23 Sept. 1800; d. 2 Ap. 1882; m. 1st, 19 Jan. 1828, Penelope Maty, da. of 
( — ) Bankhead, M.D., d. 15 Ap. 1836; and had issue (with 2 other sons and a da. 
who d. unm.) Ic to 4c. 

Ic. Charles Edward Cumberland, C.B., J.P., Major-Gen. (ret.) R.E. (Manor 
House, Maidstone), b. 27 Jan. 1830; m. 1st, 12 June 1883, Elizabeth Anne, widow 
of the Right Rev. Addington Venables, Lord Bishop of Nassau, da. of the Rev. 
William Moss King, d. 1891 ; 2ndly, 18 Ap. 1907, Adelaide Annabella Mary 
McLeod [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G., brother of Kings Edward 
IV. and Richard III. (see Essex Volume, Clarence Supplement, p. 561)], da. of 
Philip Henry Crampton of Fassaro, co. Wicklow. 

2c. William Bentinck Cumberland, Hon. Major-Gen. and Col. (ret.) R.A. (21 
Bramham Gardens, South Kensington), b. 21 July 1833; m. 5 Sept. 1865, Louisa 
Anna, da. of Brig. -Gen. Manson, C.B., R.A. ; and has issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Louis Bertie Cumberland, Capt. (ret.) King's Royal Rifle Corps, b. 1 July 

Id. Adela Mary Cumberland. 

3d. Norah Harriet Cumberland. 

3c'. Penelope Maria Elizabeth Cumberland, unm. 

4c. Emma Anne Cumberland. 

3b. Charles Brownlow Cumberland, Major-Gen. and Col. Comdg. 96th Regt. 
1842-1856, b. 21 Nov. 1801; d. 27 Nov. 1882; m. 2 Aug. 1825, Russell, nat. da. 
of the Hon. Archibald Gloucester of Mount Joshua, Antigua, A. 28 June 1870 ; and 
had issue Ic to Ic. 

Ic. Richard Felix Wilson Cumberland, Capt. 96th Regt., b. 21 May 1826; d. 
28 June 1871; m. 1855, Jessie, da. of (—) Landale ; and had issue (with a son 
who d. young) Id to 9d. 

Id. Charles Thomas Cumberland, b. 16 Dec. 1850. 

2d- George Landale Cumberland, b. 4 June 1853. 

3d. Richard Landale Cumberland, b. 21 June 1855. [Nos. 27335 to 27372. 

1 Burke's " Landed Gentry," 1871, p. 903. No such da. is, however, mentioned 
in the pedigree in Foster's " Noble and Gentle Families." 

l8l 2 A 

Zfyt pantagenet i&oll 

id. Bentinck Landale Cumberland, b. 3 Jan. 1864. 
5d. Mary Gertrude Gordon Landale Cumberland. 
Gd. Jessie Landale Cumberland. 
Id. Maud Landale Cumberland. 
8d. Florence Landale Cumberland. 
9d. Rose Landale Cumberland. 

2c. Charles Burrell Cumberland, General Surveyor, India, b. 21 Feb. 1828; d. 
at Bareilly, India, 17 Dec. 1875 ; m. 9 Oct. 1865, Marianne, da. of David Cowan of 
New Scone, co. Perth, d. 23 May 1869 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Charles Russell Cumberland, b. 12 Aug. 1866. 

3c. George Bentinck Cumberland, Capt. 96th Foot, b. 16 Ap. 1829 ; d. (-) ; m. 
\st, Georgina Anne, da. of James Barlow ; Indly, Mary, da. of Walter Stocker ; and 
had issue Id to 6d. 

Id. 1 James Bentinck Cumberland, b. 1 June 1863. 

'2d. 1 Archibald Roland Cumberland, b. 3 June 1867. 

3d. 2 Walter Bertie Cumberland, b. 15 Jan. 1881. 

id. 1 Dora Russel Cumberland, b. 7 July 1866. 

5d. Adela Georgina Cumberland, b. 22 Sept. 1869. 

6d. Marie Cumberland. 

4c. Peregrine Bertie Cumberland of Melbourne, b. 26 Jan. 1834; m. Lillie, da. 
of ( — ) ; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Charles Bertie Cumberland, b. 1871 (? 19 Darling Street, S. Yarra, Mel- 

Id. Reginald Gloucester Cumberland. 

3d. Cecil George Cumberland. 

id. Vivian Bentinck Cumberland. 

5d. Adela Muriel Cumberland. 

5c. Bentinck Laporte Cumberland, Lieut. 82nd Foot, b. 3 Dec. 1839 ; d. {? unm.\ 

6c. Georgiana Penelope Cumberland, d. 7 July 1877 ; m. 29 Ap. 1856, Capt. 
William Archibald Eyton of Bar ford House, co. Warwick, 96th Reg! [3?d son of 
Thomas Eyton of Eyton, co. Salop], d. 11 Sept. 1869 ; and had issue (with a da. who 
d. unm.) Id to "id. 

Id. William Charles Campbell Eyton (Yealor House, Baschurch, near Shrews- 
bury), b. 2 Nov. 1859. 

•2d. Archibald Cumberland Eyton, b. 29 Aug. 1866. 

3d. Violet Elizabeth Eyton, m. 9 Aug. 1878, the Rev. Francis Robert Dayrell, 
B.A. (Camb.) [descended from King Henry VII., &c. (see Tudor Roll, p. 324, and 
Essex Volume Supplement, p. 470)] (Tyn Lon, Rhydyfelin, Aberystwyth; Lew 
Grange, Shrewsbury) ; and has issue le to 2c. 

\e. Francis William Dayrell, b. 8 June 1882. 

2c. Violet Elizabeth Mildred Dayrell, b. 24 Dec. 1879. 

id. Rose Adela Russel Eyton, b. 10 June 1860. 

5d. Lilias Agnes Charlotte Eyton, b. 30 July 1861. 

6^. Isabel Georgina Eyton, b 25 Aug. 1862. 

Id. Evelyn Margaret Eyton, b. 6 Sept. 1863. 

7c. Adela Russell Cumberland. 

ib. George Burrell Cumberland, Licut.-Col., formerly Major i2nd Highlanders, 
b. 10 Mar. 1804; d. 22 May 1865; m. 9 Sept. 1845, Margaret Delicia, da. of Gen. 
Sir John Macleod, K.C.B., C.B., Col. 11th Regt., d. Dec. 1902 ; and had issue (with 
a son who d. young) \c to 5c. 

lc. George Bentinck Macleod Cumberland, Lieut.-Col., formerly Major the 
Black Watch, served in Ashantee (1874) and Egyptian (1882) Campaigns (107 
Eaton Square, S.W.), b. 22 June 1846. 

2c. Charles Sperling Cumberland, Major formerly East Lancashire Regt. (10 
Duke Street, St. James', S.W.), b. 5 Dec. 1847. [Noa. 27373 to 27403. 


of Wt)t Blooti iaopal 

3c. Elizabeth Penelope Cumberland, m. 24 Nov. 1875, Alexander Dick-Cunyng- 
ham [2nd son of Sir William Hanmer Dick-Cunyngham, 6th and 8th Bt, [S.l] (15 
Eccleslon Square, S.W. ; St. James'; Ranelagh ; New, Edinburgh) ; and has issue 
\d to Ad. 

Id. George Alastair Dick-Cunyngham, Capt. 2nd Batt. Rifle Brig., served in 
South Africa 1900-1902, 2 medals and 5 clasps, b. 11 May 1881; m. Aug. 1908, 
Sybil Vera Elise, da. of Edward Stisted Mostyn Price of Gunley Hall, Chirbury, 
co. Salop. 

Id. Katharine Mary Delicia Dick-Cunyngham. 

M. Evelyn Dick-Cunyngham, m. July 1907, Reginald Everitt Lambert [son of 
Edward Tiley Lambert of Telham Court, Battle, co. Sussex] ; and has issue \e. 

le. Audrey Elizabeth Lambert. 

id. Mary Isabel Annie Dick-Cunyngham. 

4c. Maud Eraser Cumberland. 

5c. Amabel Mary Cumberland. 

5b. Georgina Cumberland, d. ( - ); m. at Broadwater, Sussex, 12 Sept. 1831, the 
Rev. Henry William Stuart, Chaplain H.E.I.C.S., d. 5 Oct. 1856; and had issue 
Icto 6c. 

lc. Rev. Henry Cumberland Stuart, M.A. (Camb.), Incumbent of Wragby. b. 
31 Jan. 1833; d. (? s.p.) ; m. 7 Aug. 1858, Eleanor Caroline, da. of Lieut.-Col. 
Charles Bevan, d.s.p. 18 May 1880. 

2c. Charles Bentinck George Stuart, b. 9 July 1843. 

3c. Arthur Edward Stuart, b. 21 Dec. 1850; m. June 1880, Mary Halton, da- 
of William Jephson of Sutton, co. Notts. 

4c. Georgina Adela Anna Stuart. 

5c. Mary Emily Eliza Stuart. 

6c. Alice Rosalind Bertie Stuart. [Nos. 27404 to 27416. 

88. Descendants of Lord Vere Bertie, M.P. (Table X.), d. 13 Sept. 

1768 ; m. 1736, Anne, da. of ( — ) Casey of Braunston, near 
Lincoln, d. ( - ) ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, Table LXXIV., and pp. 590-599, Nos. 25396-26281. 

[Nos. 27417 to 28302. 

89. Descendants of Lord Montagu Bertie, Capt. R.N. (Table X.), d. 

12 Aug. 1753 ; m. Elizabeth, da. of William Piers, M.P. for 

Wells, d. ( - ) ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, Table LXXIV., and pp. 599-603, Nos. 26282-26530. 

[Nos. 28303 to 28551. 

90. Descendants, if any, of Lady Louisa Bertie (Table X.), d. ( - ) ; 

m. 1736, Thomas Bludworth, Groom of the Bedchamber to 
the Prince of Orange. 

91. Descendants, if any, of the Hon. Anne Wharton (Table X.), 

d. (-); m. William Carr ; and of the Hon. Margaret 
Wharton, d. (-); m. 1st, Major Dunch of Pusey, d. 1679 
(by whom she had issue now extinct); 2ndly, c. 1690, Sir 
Thomas Seyliard or Sulyard, 2nd Bt. [E.], d.s.p. 1692 ; 
3rdly, William Ross. 


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92. Descendants of Jane Tynte, da., and in her issue (25 Aug. 1785) 
h. of Sir John Tynte, 2nd Bt. [E ], M.P. (Table X.), d. 1741 ; 
in. as 1st wife, at Gray's Inn Chapel, '23 Ap. 1737, Major 
Ruisshe Hassell, R.H.G. ; and had issue la. 

la. Jane Hassell of Halswell, co. Somerset, and Cefn-Mably, co. Glamorgan, 
da. and h., d. 1825; in. 1705. Col. John Johnston, afterwards (R.L. 29 Oct. 1785) 
Kemeys-Tynte, 1st Foot Guards, Groom of the Bedchamber and Comptroller to the 
Household to H.R.H. George, Prince of Wales, afterwards King George IV., d. 1807 ; 
and had issue lb. 

\b. Charles Kemeys Kemeys-Tynte of Halswell and Cefn-Mably, M.P., Col. 
W. Somerset Yeo., was declared by a Committee for Privileges of the House of Lords, 
in 1845, senior cu-h. to the Barony of Wharton [£".], b. 29 May 1778; d. 23 Nov. 
1860 ; m. 1798, Ann, widow of Thomas Lewis of St. Pierre, da. of the Rev. Thomas 
Leyson of Bossaleg, d. Ap. 1835 ; and had issue \c to 3c. 

\c. Charles John Kemeys-Tynte of Halswell and Cefn-Mably, and of Burleigh 
Hall, co. Leic, M.P., Col. Royal Glamorgan Light Infantry Militia, senior co-h. to 
the Baronies of Wharton and Grey de Wilton [E.], b. 9 Ap. 1800 ; d. 16 Sept. 1882 ; 
m. 1st, 1821, Elizabeth, da. and co-h. of Thomas Swinnerton of Buiterton Hall, 
co. Stafford [by Mary, da. of Charles Milborne of The Priory, Abergavenny, and his 
wife Lady Martha, nee Harley], d. 10 May 1838; 2ndly, 15 Ap. 1841, Vincentia, 
da. of Wallop Brabazon of Rath House, co. Louth, d. 14 Oct. 1894; and had issue 
Id to lOd. 

Id. Charles Kemeys Kemeys-Tynte of Halswell, &c, J -P., D.L., Capt. llth 
Hussars and Grenadier Guards, and Col. 1st Somerset Militia, senior co-h. to the 
Baronies of Wharton and Grey de Wilton [E.], b. 16 Mar. 1822 ; d. 10 Jan. 1891 ; 
m. 1st, 1848, Mary, da. of the Rev. George Frome of Punchnoll, co. Dorset, d. 14 May 
1864 ; 2ndly, 1873, Hannah, widow of Thomas Lewis, da. of {—), d. 17 Feb. 1875 ; 
and had issue \e to 3e. 

le. Halswell Milborne Kemeys-Tynte of Halswell, &c., J. P., D.L., Capt. 1st 
Somerset Mititia, sent r co-h. to the Baronies of Wharton and Grev de Wilton [£.], 
b. 5 June 1852 ; d. 18 Feb. 1899 ; m. 1875, Rosabella Clare, da. of Theobald Walsh 
of Tyrrelston, co. Kildare [re-m. 2ndly, 2 June 1900, Lieut.-Col. Henry de Courcy 
Rawlins of Stoke Courcy] ; and had issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Charles Theodore Halswell Kemeys-Tynte of Halswell and Cefn-Mably, 
J.P., late Lieut. Royal Monmouthshire Engineers (Mil.) {Halswell Park, Goathurst, 
Bridgwater; Cefn-Mably, Cardiff), b. 18 Sept. 1876; m. 10 Aug. 1899, Dorothy 
(see p. 393), da. of Major-Gen. Sir Arthur Edward Augustus Ellis, G.C.V.O, &c. ; 
and has issue \g to 2g. 

lg. Charles John Halswell Kemeys-Tynte, 6. 12 Jan. 1908. 

2g. Elizabeth Dorothy Kemeys-Tynte. 

If. Eustace Kemeys-Tynte of Burleigh Hall {Burleigh Hall, Loughborough, co. 
Leicester), b. 10 Ap. 1878 ; m. 13 Aug. 1902, Annie, da. of John Emerson; and has 
issue \g to 2g. 

lg. Nicholas Halswell Kemeys-Tynte, b. 4 Aug. 1903. 

2g. Eleanor Vanessa Rosabella Kemeys-Tynte. 

of. Mary Arabella Swinnerton Kemeys-Tynte, m. 21 Ap. 1909, Guy Colin 
Campbell, Lieut. King's Royal Rifle Corps [son and h.-app. of Lieut.-Col. Sir Guy 
Theophilus Campbell, 3rd Bt. [U.K.]]. 

2e. 1 Rachel Elizabeth Henrietta Kemeys-Tynte. 

'He.' 2 Grace Kemeys-Tynte. 

2d. John Brabazon Kemeys-Tynte, late Lieut. 5th Fusiliers, previously R.N., 
Baltic (1854) Medal, b. 24 June 1842. 

3d. St. David Morgan Kemeys-Tynte, late Lieut. West Somerset Yeo. Cav. 
(10 Royal Crescent, Bath), b. 1 Mar. 1846 ; m. 21 Ap. 1897, Alice, widow of Anthony 
Hammond, J. P., da. of the Rev. Thomas J. Lee. [Nos. 28552 to 28562. 


of Cl)e Blood i&opal 

Ad. Arthur Marcus Philipps Kemeys-Tvnte, late Capt. Royal Glamorgan Mil 
Zulu (1879) and Canada (1885) Medals (Ottawa, Canada), b. 22 Mar. 1850: m 
Dec. 1889, Ruby, da. of R. Clark of Ottawa. 

5d. Fortescue Tracy Freke Kemeys-Tynte (Lake Mills, Wisconsin, U.S.A.), 
b. 31 Jan. 1S56; m. 17 Aug. 1899, Gertrude, da. of J. D. Waterbury of Oztalan, 

Gd. Edward Plantagenet Kemeys-Tynte, late Capt. 3rd Welsh Regt., Zulu 
(1879) Medal and Clasp (Highleigh, Teignmouth), b. 13 Sept. 1858; m. 21 Feb. 
1889, Beatrice Mary, da. of Lansdowne Daubeny of Norton Malreward ; and has 
issue le to 2e. 

le. Mary Vincentia Blanche Edwardrina Kemeys-Tynte. 

2e. Beatrice Margaret Gwladys Clare Kemeys-Tynte. 

Id. Vincentia Margaret Anne Kemeys-Tynte. 

8d. Mabel Louisa Frances Kemeys-Tynte. 

9d. Maud Maria Kemeys-Tynte, m. 23 July 1885, Amherst Henry < iage Morris 
of Netherby (Nunburnholme Rectory, York). 

lOd. Blanche Elizabeth Plantagenet Kemeys-Tynte, m. 22 Oct. 1909, the Hon. 
Edgar Dawdney, formerly Lieut. -Gov. of British Columbia. 

2c. Louisa Kemevs-Tvntc, d. 31 Aug. 1872; m. 1834, Simon Fraser Campbell, 
d. 28 Mar. 1872. 

3r. Henrietta Anne Kemeys-Tvnte, d. 24 Mar. 1880 ; m. 14 Sept. 1833, Thomas 
Arthur Kemmis of Croham Hurst, Crovdon, M.P., J. P., Capt. Grenadier Guards, b. 
16 Mar. 1806; d. 25 Dec. 1858; and 'had issue Id. 

Id. Arthur Henry Nicholas Kemmis, J. P., D.L., late Capt. 1st Somerset Militia, 
High Sheriff King's Co. 1862 (Croham Hurst, Crovdon), b. 13 July 1834; m. 11 July 
1862, Emma Jane, da. of E. Collins. [Nos. 28563 to 28572. 

93. Descendants of George Lockhaet of Carnwath (Table XL), b. 
1700 ; d. Oct. 1764 ; m. 15 Mar. 1727, Fergusia, da. and co-h. 
of Sir George Wishart of Clifton Hall, co. Edinburgh, d. ( - ) ; 
and had issue 1« to 3a. 

la. James (Lockhart, afterwards Lockh art-Wish art), 1st Count of Lockhart 
(Graf von Lockhart) [H.R.E^] of Carnwath and Lee, K.M.T., a General in the Imperial 
Service and a Lord of the Bedchamber to the Emperor, d. 6 Feb. 1790; m. 1st, 
Matilda, da. of (—) Lockhart of Castle Hill, d. (-); 2ndly, 18 June 1770, Marianne, 
da. and h. of Adam Murray of Belreddmg, d. ( - ) ; and had issue 16 to 3b. 

lb. Charles (Lockhart-Wishart), 2nd Count of Lockhart (Graf von Lockhart), 
[H.R.E.], d.s.p. 4 Aug. 1802. 

2b. 1 Countess Matilda Theresa Lockhart-Wishart, d. 1 Feb. 1791. ; m. as 1st 
wife, 1788, Lieut-Gen. Sir Charles Lockhart-Ross of Balnagowan, 7th Bt. [S.], 
M.P., d. 8 Feb. 1814 ; and had issue \c. 

\c. Matilda Lockhart-Ross of Oldliston, d. 4 Sept. 1819 ; m. 6 Jan. 1812, Adm. 
Sir Thomas John Cochrane, G.C.B. [E. Dundonald Coll.], d. 19 Oct. 1872; and 
had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 625-626, Nos. 53022-53062. 

3br Countess Matilda Lockhart-Wishart, d. 14 Sept. 1850; m. 19 Feb. 1791, 
Anthony Aufrere of Hoveton and Foulsham Old Hall, co. Norfolk ; and had issue. 

2a. Charles Lockhart, afterwards Macdonald of Largie, co. Argyll, b. 2s Feb. 
1740; d. (-); m. 16 Aug. 1762, Elizabeth, da. and h. of John Macdonald of 
Largie ; and had issue lb to 6b. 

lb. Sir Alexander Macdonald, afterwards (1802) Lockhart of Lee and Carn- 
wath, 1st Bt. \U.K.], so cr. 24 May 1806 ; sue. as liead of the family on the death 

[Nos. 28573 to 28613. 
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of his cousin, the 2nd Count of Lockhart, 1802, d. 22 June 1816; m. Jane, da. of 
Daniel M'Neill of Gallichoilly, co. Argyll (rc-m. Indly, John McNeill, Provost of 
Inveraray and) d. 4 Sept. 1857 ; and had issue If to 2c. 

lc. Sir Charles Macdonald Lockhart of Lee and Canwath, 2nd Bt. [U.K.], b. 
8 Feb. 1799; d. 8 Dec. 1832; m. 29 Feb. 1819, Emilia Olivia [descended from the 
Lady Ann, sister of King Edward IV. (see Exeter Volume, p. 4G9)], da. of Lieut.- 
Gen. Sir Charles Lockhart-Ross, 1th Bt. [S.J, d. 24 June 1866 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Mary Macdonald Lockhart, d. 10 Dec. 1851 ; m. 15 Sept. 1837, the Hon. 
Augustus Henry Reynolds-Moreton, afterwards Moreton-Macdonald of Largie, M.P. 
[E. Ducie Coll., and a descendant of King Henry 17/., &c.\ d. 14 Feb. 1862 ; and 
had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 268-269, Nos. 24520-24544. 

2c. Sir Norman Macdonald Lockhart of Lee and Camwath, 3rd Bt. [U.K.], b. 
10 Dec. 1802; d. 9 May 1849 ; m. 23 Feb. 1836, Margaret, da. of John M'Lean of 
Campbelltown, co. Argyll, d, 21 Jan. 1895; and had issue Id to 6d. 

Id. Sir Norman Macdonald Lockhart of Lee and Camwath, Uh Bt. [U.K.], b. 
1845; d. itnm. 20 May 1870. 

2d. Sir Simon Macdonald Lockhart of Lee and Carnwath, 5th Bt. [U.K.], 
M.V.O., Col. late Comdg. 1st Life Guards, formerly Brig. -Gen. Comdg. Cavalry 
Brigade at the Curragh 1900-1901, and A.D.C. to Com. -in-Chief 1899-1900, <fcc. 
(The Ley, Lanark; Carnwath House, Lanark; Carlton, &c), b. 13 Mar. 1849; m. 
14 Dec. 1898, Hilda Maud, da. of Col. Augustus Henry Moreton-Macdonald [younger 
son of the Hon. Augustus Henry Reynolds-Moreton and his wife Mary, nee 
Macdonald-Lockhart, named above]. 

3d. Jane Margaret Maria Lockhart, d. 16 May 1901 ; m. 23 Sept. 1862, Sir 
(William) Gerald Seymour Vesey FitzGerald, K.C.I.E., C.S.I. , J. P., formerly Poli- 
tical A.D.C. to Sec. of State for India 1874-1901 (Carlton) ; and had issue \e. 

\e. Geraldine Tryphena Margaret FitzGerald. 

4d. Maria Theresa Lockhart. 

5d. Cordelia Euphcmia Lockhart, d. 20 June 1872; m. 8 June 1867, John 
Stanley Mot/ of Bamingham Hall, J.P., late Major P.W.O Norfolk Art. Mil. 
[descended from King Henry VII.] (Bamingham Hall, Hanworth) ; and had issue \e. 

le. Theresa Caroline Mott, m. 20 July 1898, Major Charles Edward Radclyffe, 
D.S.O. (Little Park, Wickham, Hants). 

6d. Esther Elizabeth Lockhart, 

2b. John Macdonald, alias Lockhart, d. (? s.p.). 

3b. James Macdonald, alias Lockhart, d. (? s.p.). 

46. Norman Macdonald, alias Lockhart of Tabrax, co. Lanark, d. ( - ) ; m. 
Philadelphia, da. of John M'Murdo of Dumfries ; and had (with other) issue lc. 

If. Elizabeth Macdonald, d. 13 Oct. 1888; m. 1838, Eaglesfield Bradshaw 
Smith of Eyam, co. Derby, and Blackwood House, co. Dumfries. 

5b. Elizabeth Macdonald, d. ( -) ; m. 1st, Capt. McNeill, d. ( - ) ; 2udly, 1801, 
William Putman McCabe. 

6b. Matilda Macdonald, d. ( - ) ; m. John Campbell of Glcnsaddel. 

3a. Clementina Lockhart, d. 31 Mar. 1803; m. 1761, the Hon. John Gordon 
(see p. 188), Lieut.-Col. 81st Regt. [E. of Aboyne Coll.], d. 30 Oct. 1778; and had 
issue lb to 2b. 

lb. John Gordon, Major-Gen. and Col. Comdt. 2nd Brigade Bengal Cav., b- 
8 July 1765 ; d. (? s.p.) 1832 ; m. Nov. 1810, Eliza, da. of Robert Morris, M.P. for 

2b. Grace Margaret Gordon, b. 27 Sept. 1766 ; d. 1832 ; m. 13 A p. 1794, William 
Graham of Mossknow, co. Dumfries, d. 1832 ; and had issue lc to 3c. 

lc. William Graham of Mossknow, J. P., D.L.,Col. 12th, 16th, and llthLancers, 
b. 22 Jan. 1797; d. 2 Mar. 1882; m. 25 Feb. 1830, Anne, da. and h. of Hugh 
Mair of Redhall and Wyseby, d. 8 Jan. 1887 ; and had issue Id to 6d. 

[Nos 28614 to 28643. 

of %ty Bloot) mopal 

Id. William Mair Graham of Mossknow, b. 21 May 1832; d. unm. 27 Feb 

2d- John C4ordon Graham of Mossknow and Wyseby, J. P., D.L., Major-Gen. 
late 1st Royal Dragoons (Mossknow, near Ecclefechan), b. 11 July 1833; m. 11 Oct. 
1871, Susanna Elizabeth Tonchet [descended from George (Plantagenet), Duke of 
Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 470)], da. of Sir John Hay of Park, 7th 
Bt. [S.] ; and has issue le to 7e. 

le. William Fergus Graham, late Lieut. King's Own Scottish Borderers, b. 
13 Sept. 1874. 

2e. Malcolm Hay Graham, twin, b. 26 Sept. 1877. 

3e. Claude Graham, Lieut. Northants Regt., b. 4 Sept. 1881. 

Ae. Cecil Erskin Graham, Lieut. Border Regt., b. 9 June 1883. 

5e. Violet Graham. 

6c. Alice Graham. 

7e. Mary Theresa Graham. 

3d. Charles Steuart Gordon of Gladstone, Queensland, b. 15 Mar. 1835 ; d. at 
Gladstone, 5 Dec. 1883 ; m. 1862, Sarah, da. of G. White ; and had issue (3 sons and 
4 das.). 

Ad. Rosina Anne Graham. 

5d. Grace Harriet Graham, m. 6 Dec. 1864, John Murray of Murraythwaite, 
co. Dumfries, J. P., Com. R.N., d. 2 Aug. 1872 ; and has issue le to 5e. 

le. William Murray of Murraythwaite, J. P. (Murraythwaite, Ecclefechan), b. 
31 Oct. 1865; m. 12 Ap! 1892, Evelyn, da. of John Bruce; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Margaret Elizabeth Murray. 

2/. Vivian Murray. 

3/. Eleanor Justina Murray. 

2e. Marion Gertrude Murray. 

3c' Flora Murray. 

4c. Edith Murray. 

5e. Helen Murray. 

6d. Clementina Mary Graham, m. 6 Aug. 1880, H. Fowle Smith, Surgeon-Gen. 
A.M.D. (Gretna Hall, Gretna Green) ; and has issue le. 
le. Meliora Clementina Smith. 

2c. Clementina Graham, d. (?) unm. 

3c. Johanna Grace Graham, d. (-); m. 2 Ap. 1829, Erskine Douglas Sand- 
ford, Advocate, Sheriff of Galloway [sou of the Lord Bishop of Edinburgh], d. ( - ) ; 
and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. William Graham Sandford, Diplo. Service, one of the Royal Body Guard 
for Scotland, formerly Capt. Royal Peeblesshire Rifles, b. 30 Nov. 1834. 

2d. Frances Grace Margaret Sandford. [Nos. 28644 to 28665. 

94. Descendants of Alexander Lockhart of Craighouse, a Lord of 
Session under the designation of Lord Covington (Table XL), 
d. (-); m. 1725, Margaret, da. of Robert Pringle of 
Edgefield, a Lord of Session ; x and had (with possibly other) 
issue la. 

la. William Lockhart, Capt. R.N., son and h., served heir to father 15 May 

1 Ex inform. Sir James Balfour Paul, Lord Lyon King. 
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95. Descendants, if any, of Margaret Lockhart (Table XL), d. at | 
Bath 24 Nov. 1762 ; m. 1st, as 3rd wife, John (Fleming), 6th ' 
Earl of Wigtoun [S.], d. (s.p. by her) 10 Feb. 1744 ; 2ndly, 
Peter Macelligot, a Major-Gen. in the Austrian Service. 

9G. Descendants of Grace Lockhart (Table XL), d. 17 Nov. 1738 ; 
///. 1st, 20 June 1724, John (Gordon), 3rd Earl of Aboyne 
[S.], d. 7 Ap. 1732 ; 2ndly, as 1st wife, Dec. 1734, James 
(Stuart), Lord Doun, afterwards (1739), 8th Earl of 
Moray [S.], K.T., d. 5 July 1767 ; and had issue la to 4a. 

la. Charles (Gordon), ith Earl of Aboyne [5.], b. c. 1728; d. 28 Dec. 1795; 
in. 1st, 22 Ap. 1759, Lady Margaret, da. of Alexander (Stewart), 6th Earl of Gal- 
loway [S.], (1. 12 Aug. 1762; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, Table CXXIL, and pp. 527-531, Nos. 35196-35336. 

2a. Hon. John Gordon, Lieut-Col. 81s* Regt., b. 19 June 1728; d. 30 Oct. 
1778 ; m. 1761, Clementina, da. of George Lockhart of Carnwath, d. 31 Mar. 1803 ; 
and had issue. 

See p. 187, Xos. 28644-28665. 

3(7. Hon. Lockhart Gordon, Judge- Advocate-Gen. of Bengal, b. 1732 ; d. at 
Calcutta 24 Mar. 1788; m. 3 Oct. 1770, the Hon. Catherine (see Essex Volume, 
p. 240), da. of John Wallop, styled Viscount Lymington, d. May 1813; and had 
issue lb to 3b. 

\b. Rev. Lockhart Gordon, b. 28 July 1775 ; d. (-) ; m. 

26. Loudoun Harcourt Gordon, in the Army, b. 9 May 1780. 

3b. Katherine Gordon. 

4a. Francis (Stuart), 9th Earl of Moray [S.], and 1st Baron Stuart of Castle- 
Stuart [G.B.], a Rep. Peer, b. 11 Jan. 1737 ;' d. 28 Aug. 1810; m. 28 June 1763, 
the Hon. Jean, da. and in her issue (26 May 1878) h. of John (Gray), 11th Lord 
Gray [S.], d. 19 Feb. 1786 ; and had issue lb to 3b. 

\b. Francis (Stuart), 10th Earl of Moray [5.], and 2nd Baron Stuart [G.B.], 
K.T., b. (twin) 2 Feb. 1771 ; d. 12 Jan. 1848; m. 1st, 26 Feb. 1795, Lucy, da. of 
Gen. John Scott of Balcomie, d. 3 Aug. 1798 ; 2ndly, 7 Jan, 1801, Margaret Jane, 
da. of Sir Philip Ainslie of Pilton, d. 3 Ap. 1837 ; and had issue lc to 5c. 

lc. Francis (Stuart), 11th Earl of Moray [S.], and 3rd Baron Stuart [G.B.], b. 
7 Nov. 1795 ; d. unin. 6 May 1859. 

2c. John (Stuart), 12th Earl of Moray [S.], and 4th Baron Stuart [G.B.], b. 25 
Jan. 1797; d. unm. 8 Nov. 1867. 

3c. Archibald George (Stuart), 13th Earl of Morav [S.], and 5th Baron Stuart 
[G.B.], b. 3 Mar. 1810; d. unm. 12 Feb. 1872. 

4c. George Philip (Stuart), 14th Earl of Moray [S.], and 6th Baron Stuart 
[G.B.], and (1878) 18^ Lord Gray [S.], b. 14 Aug. 1816 ; d. unm. 16 Mar. 1895. 

5c. Lady Jane Stuart, b. 30 Nov. 1802; d. 14 Mar. 1880; m. 1st, 25 Jan. 
1832, Sir John Archibald Drummond Stewart, 6th Bt. [S.\ d.s.p. 20 May 1838; 
2ndly, 25 Aug. 1838, Jeremiah Lonsdale Poundcn of Brownswood, co. Wexford, d. 
3 Mar. 1887 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Eveleen (Pounden), 19th Lady Gray [8.] (Brownswood, co. Wexford; 14 
The Boltous, S.W.), b. 3 May 1841 ; m. 9 Sept. 1863, James Maclaren Smith, after- 
wards (R.L. 7 May 1897) Smith-Gray, d. 26 Feb. 1900 ; and had issue le to 4e. 

le. James Maclaren Stuart Smith, now (R.L. 7 May 1897) Gray, Master of 
Gray, M.A. (Camb.), late Capt. Rifle Brigade (Cum-Irfon, Llanwrtyd Wells, Brecon), 
b. 4 June 1864. [Nos. 28666 to 28830. 


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2e. Hon. Ethel Eveleen Smith, m. 23 July 1888, Henry Tufnell Campbell [son 
of John Thomas Campbell by his wife Lady Anne Katharine, nee Bethune] (7 Colling- 
ham Gardens, S.W.). 

3e. Hon. Thora Zelma Grace Gray. 
ie. Hon. Kathleen Eileen Moray Gray. 

26. Hon. Archibald Stuart, b. (twin) 2 Feb. 1771 ; d. 30 Oct. 1832; m. 17 Mar. 
1793, Cornelia, da. of Edmund Morton Pleydell of Milbourne St. Andrew, Dorset, 
d. 1 Mar. 1830 ; and had issue Ic. 

If. Rev. Edmund Luttrell Stuart, Rector of Winterbome Houghton, Dorset, 
b. 21 Feb. 1798 ; d. 5 Nov. 1869 ; m. 2 Sept. 1834, Elizabeth, da. of the Rev. J. L. 
Jackson, Rector of Swanage, d. 28 Mar. 1885 ; and had issue \d to 4rf. 

Id. Edmund Archibald (Stuart, sometime (1878-1895) Gray), \5th Earl of 
Moray [S.], 1th Baron Stuart [G.B.], b. 5 Nov. 1840; d.s.p. 11 June 1901; m. 
6 Sept. 1877, Anna Mary (Tarbat House, Kildary, Ross-shire; 7 Ainslie Place, 
Edinburgh), da. of the Rev. George J. Collinson. 

2d. Francis James (Stuart, sometime (1895-1901) Stuart-Gray), 16th Earl of 
Moray [S.j, 8th Baron Stuart of Castle Stuart [G.B.], J. P., formerly Major and 
Lieut.-Col. 1st Bait. Kings Liverpool Regt., b. 24 Nov. 1842 ; d.s.p. 20 Nov. 1909 ; m. 
24 June 1879, Gertrude Floyer, da. of the Rev. Francis Smith, Rector of Tarrant 
Rushton, Dorset. 

3d- Morton Gray (Stuart, sometime (1901-1909) Stuart-Gray), 17th Earl of 
Moray [S.], 9th Baron Stuart of Castle Stuart [G.B.] (Darnaway Castle, Forres, 
Elgin; Castle Stuart, Inverness ; Donibristle Park, Abet dour, Fife; Doune Lodge, 
Perth), b. 16 Ap. 1855 ; m. 17 Dec. 1890, Edith Douglas (see p. 190), da. of Rear- 
Adm. George Palmer ; and has issue If to 4e. 

\e. Hon. Francis Douglas Stuart-Gray, b. 10 July 1892. 

le. Hon. Archibald John Morton Stuart-Gray, 6. 14 Nov. 1894. 

3fi. Hon. James Gray Stuart-Gray, b. 9 Feb. 1897. 

4e. Lady Hermione Moray Stuart-Gray. 

4,7. Lady Cornelia Stuart, had Royal Warrant as da. of an Earl 10 Ap. 1897 ; 
m. 29 July 1873, the Rev. William Henry Augustus Truell of Clonmannon, formerly 
Vicar of Wall (Clonmannon, co Wicklow) ; and has issue le to 8t\ 

\e. Robert Holt Stuart Truell, b. 6 Dec. 1875. 

2e. Edmund Gray Stuart Truell, b. 14 Aug. 1878. 

3e. William Henry Stuart Truell, b. 28 Feb. 1890. 

ie. Mary Louisa Truell, m. 3 Sept. 1903, John Milne, M.B. (68 Manchester Old 
Road, Middleton, Manchester) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Richard Henry John Milne, b. 1907. 

if. Elizabeth Marjorie Milne. 

5e. Cornelia Isabel Truell, m. 14 June 1900, Frank Mortimer Rowland, M.D. 
(26 St. John Street, Lichfield) ; and has issue 1/ to 5/. 

1/. William George Stuart Rowland, b. 22 Oct. 1902. 

2/. Ernest Mortimer Rowland, b. 4 Mar. 1904. 

3/. Frank Edward Rowland, b. 30 Sept. 1905. 

if. Helen Isabel Rowland. 

5f. Grace Elizabeth Rowland. 

Qe. Kathleen Augusta Truell. 

le. Gertrude Margaret Truell. 

8e. Constance Elizabeth Truell. 

3b. Lady Grace Stuart, d. 23 Mar. 1846 ; m. 10 July 1789, George Douglas of 
Cavers, d. 14 Nov. 1814 ; and had (with possibly other) issue lc. 

If. James Douglas of Cavers, b. 9 Oct. 1790 ; d. 17 Aug. 1861 ; m 7 Sept. 1820, 
Emma, da. of Sir David Carnegie, 4th Bt. [S.] [E. of Southesk Coll.], b. 29 May 
1794; d. 25 Sept. 1882; and had (with 1 other son and 2 das. d.s.p) issue : 1 a 
l 4^_ [Nos. 28831 to 28h54. 

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Id. James Douglas of Cavers, b. 24 May 1822 ; d.s.p. 29 July 1878. 

2c/. Mary Douglas, da. and in her issue (1878) co-h., d. 12 May 1859; m. 
15 Ap. 1857, William Elphinstone Malcolm of Burnfoot, co. Dumfries, d. 30 Dec. 
1908 ; and had issue \e. 

le. Mary Malcolm of Cavers, m. 12 Nov. 1879, Edward Palmer, now Palmer- 
Douglas, J.P., D.L., Capt. late Rifle Brigade (Cavers, near Hawick) ; and has issue 
(with a son, Malcolm, b. 29 Mar. 1882 ; d. unm, 12 Mar. 1902) 1/. 

If. Archibald Palmer-Douglas, B.A. (Camb.), b. 21 Aug. 1880. 

3d. Emma Douglas, da. and in her issue (1878) co-h., b. 10 Jan. 1829; 
d. 11 Jan. 1870; m. 3 July 1860. Capt. Robert Erskine Anderson, 107th Regt., 
d. 25 Sept. 1903 ; and had issue le to 5e. 

le. Robert Douglas Anderson, Major (ret.) R.A., b. 11 Nov. 1862 ; unm. 

le. James Douglas Anderson, Major (ret.) R.A., b. 27 Nov. 1863. 

3e. John Hamilton Anderson, Major 2nd E. Lancashire Regt., b. 13 June 1865. 

ie. Emma Anderson. 

5e. Wilhelmina Christian Anderson, m. 19 Dec 1906, Francis Edward Roberts, 
J. P. (3 Sandown Terrace, Chester). 

U. Ellen Douglas, da, and (1878) co-h., m. 21 Oct. 1859, Rear-Adm. George 
Palmer, R.N. (36 Eversley Road, Bexhill- on-Sea) ; and has issue le to 4e. 

le. George Douglas Palmer, b. I June 1865. 

2e. Harry Douglas Palmer, Major R.M.L.I., now attached to the Egyptian 
Army, Financial Sec. Egyptian Army, formerly comdg. 11th Soudanese, has 3rd 
Class Medjidie, b. 22 Aug. 1866; m. 20 Jan. 1909, Ethel Maud, da. of J. Borwick 
of 77 Prince's Gate, S.W. 

Ze. Ellen Douglas Palmer, m. 12 Aug. 1885, the Rev. George Fossick Wilson 
(Devonia, Heath Road, Weybridge) ; and has issue 1/. 

If. Stuart Douglas Wilson, R.N., b. 24 Mar. 1890. 

4e. Edith Douglas Palmer, m. 17 Dec. 1890, Morton Gray (Stuart-Gray), 17th 
Earl of Moray [S.], 9th Baron Stuart of Castle Stuart [G.B.], &c. (Kinfauns Castle, 
co. Perth ; Gray House, co. Forfar) ; and has issue. 

See p. 189, Nos. 28835-28838. [Nos. 28855 to 28871. 

97. Descendants, if any surviving, of Mary Lockhart (Table XL), 

d. (-); m. as 2nd wife, John Kattray of Edinburgh, M.D., 
cadet of Craighall ; and had issue la. 1 
la. Mary Rattray. 

98. Descendants, if any surviving, of Barbara Lockhart (Table 

XI.), b. 16 Dec. 1677; d. (-); m. 2ndly, the Hon. Daniel 
Cabmichael of Mauldsley, d. Oct. 1708 ; and had issue la. 

la. Daniel Carmichael of Mauldsley, d. 25 Oct. 1765 ; m. 24 Jan. 1842, Emilia, 
da. of the Rev. John Hepburn, Minister of Old Greyfriars, Edinburgh, d. 9 Jan. 
1769 ; and had issue lb to 3b. 

lb. Thomas (Carmichael), 5th Earl of Hyndford [S.], d. unm. 14 Feb. 1811. 

26. Andrew (Carmichael), 6th Earl of Hyndford [5.1, b. 1758 ; d. unm. 18 Ap. 

3b. Grizel Carmichael, d. (-); m. Archibald Nisbet of Car fin, d. 20 Oct. 1807 ; 
and had issue le to 2c. 

le. Archibald Nisbet of Carfin, and, on the death of his uncle (1817), of 

2c. Jean Nisbet, d. ( - ) ; m. Thomas Gordon of Harperficld. 

1 Douglas' " Baronetage of Scotland," i. 278. 

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99. Descendants of Jane Wharton, da. and in her issue eo-h. of the 
Hon. Sir Thomas Wharton, K.B. (Table X.), d. (-); m. 
John Digby of Mansfield Woodhouse ; and had issue (with 3 
other das. d.s.p.) la to Aa. 

la. Frances Digby, bur. 4 May 1736 ; m. 1727, Sir Thomas Legard, ith Bt. [E.], 
d. 1735 ; and had issue lb to lb. 

lb. Sir Digby Legard, 5th Bt. [E.], d. 4 Feb. 1773 ; m. Aug. 1755, Jane (see 
p. 196), da. and event, co-h. of George Cartwright, d. 15 Sept. 1811 ; and had issue 
Ic to 7c. 

Ic. Sir John Legard, %th Bt. [£.], d.s.p. 16 July 1807. 

2c. Sir Thomas Legard, 1th Bt. [£.], bapt. 5 Dec. 1762; d. 5 Jidy 1830; m. 
26 Dec. 1802, Sarah, da. of (—) Bishop, d. 26 Jan. 1814 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Sir Thomas Digby Legard, 8th Bt. [£.], b. 30 May 1803 ; d. 10 Dec. 1860 ; 
m. 31 May 1832, the Hon. Frances [a descendant of the Lady Anne, sister of King 
Edward IV., &c.~\, da. of Charles (Duncombe), 1st Baron Feversham [U.K.], d. 
15 June 1881 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 648, Nos. 55763-55769. 

2d. Henry Willoughby Legard, 9th Lancers, b. 1805; d. 21 Nov. 1845; m. 
26 Oct. 1839, Charlotte Henrietta [a descendant of the Lady Anne, sister of King 
Edward IV., &c], da. of Henry Willoughby of Birdsall, co. York [B. Middleton 
Coll.], d. 25 Jan. 1844 ; and had issue le to 2e. 

If. Sir Algernon Willoughby Legard, 12th Bt. [E.] (Canton Hall, Yorks), b. 
14 Oct. 1842 ; m. 27 July 1872, Alicia Egerton, da. of the Rev. George Brooks, M.A. 

2e. Rev. Cecil Henry Legard, M.A. (Camb.), LL.M., Rector of Cottesbrooke 
(Cottesbrooke Rectory, Northampton), b. 28 Nov. 1843; m. 29 Ap. 1873, Emily- 
Mary, d. of James Hall of Scorborough Hall, Beverley ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Digby Algernon Hall Legard, B.A. (Camb.) (Headon Lodge, Brompton 
S.O., Yorks), b. 7 Dec. 1876 ; m. 2 June 1904, Georgiana Blanche Elaine, da. of 
William Joseph Starkey Barber-Starkey ; and has issue Ig to 2g. 

lg. Thomas Digby Legard, b. 16 Oct. 1905. 

2g. John D'Arcy Legard, b. May 1908. 

2/. Gertrude Cassandra Legard, iinm. 

3d. Harriet Legard, d. at Halifax 19 July 1851 ; m. 14 Aug. 1820, Edward 
Nelson Alexander of Heath field, Halifax [2nd son of Lewis Alexander of Hopwood 
Hall, Halifax, Solicitor, by his wife Elizabeth, da. of the Rev. Edward Nelson of 
Halifax, M.A.], b. 16 May 1797 ; d. at Windermere 20 Sept. 1859 ; and had issue 
le to 4e. 

le. Rev. Disney Legard Alexander, M.A. (Oxon.), Vicar ofGanton, b. 29 June 
1821 ; d. 25 Feb. 1868; m. 13 June 1849, J nana Maria, da. of John Barrow of 
Ringwood Hall, co. Derby, d. 6 Aug. 1866 ; and had issue (with a son who d. unm.) 
If to 5/. 

If. Rev. John Barrow Alexander, M.A. (Camb.), formerly H.B.M.'s Vice- 
Consul at Tacoma, Wash., U.S.A., 1884-1897, previously Rector of Port Townsend, 
Wash. (4 Warwick Gardens, Kensington, W.), b. 12 Mar. 1850 ; unm. 

2/. Edward Disney Alexander of Milton, co. Northants, b. 27 July 1857 ; d. 
30 Mar. 1907; m. 5 Aug. 1886, Amy Frances Jane (see p. 193), da. of Francis 
William Montgomery of Kettering, d. 1902 ; and had issue (with a da., Amy Juana, 
b. Aug. 1887; d. young) lg to 2g. 

lg. Edward Montgomery Alexander of Milton House (Milton House, Nor- 
thants; Borobridge, Yorks), b. 22 Dec. 1888. 

2g. Noel Legard Alexander, b. 24 Dec. 1894. 

3/. Henry Alexander (Bryn Mawr, Seattle, Wash., U.S.A.), b. 24 Nov. 1K60; 
m. at Raton, New Mexico, 2 June 1886, Katharine, da. of William H. Adams of 
Raton afsd. ; and has issue lg to 4g. [Nos. 28872 to 28888. 

I 9 I 

Clje i&lantagenet iaoli 

lg. Robert Disney Alexander, b. 15 Aug. 1887. 
2g. Winifred Alexander. 
3g. Beatrice Alexander. 
4g. Phyllis Alexander. 

4/. Matilda Alexander (4 Warwick Gardens, Kensington, W.), m. 17 Sept. 
1868, Walter Hudson of York, Capt. 100th Royal Canadian Regt., afterwards in 
Holy Orders and Rector of Carlton in Lindrick, d. 24 Nov. 1885 ; and has issue 
lg to 9g. 

lg. Walter Alexander Hudson (Riverside, California), b. 21 Feb. 1872 ; m. 
24 July 1909, Anna Lena, widow of Joseph Gooding, da. of ( — ) Viberg. 

2g. Francis Disney Hudson (Riverside, California), b. 6 Aug. 1873; unm. 

3g. Charles Louis Hudson (Northallerton), b. 11 June 1875 ; m. 20 Oct. 1906, 
Ethel May, da of Marmaduke Proudlock ; and has issue 1/z. 

Mi. Richard Disney Hudson, b. 30 May 1909. 

4g. Emily Margarette Hudson, m. 18 Aug. 1906, Philip Karl Beisiegel 
(Uppingham, Rutland) ; and has issue \h to 2h. 
\h. Walter Karl Beisiegel, b. 13 July 1907. 
•2h. Lilian Margarette Beisiegel, b. 16 Ap. 1909. 
5g. Grace Ellen Hudson. 
6g. Ethel Maud Hudson. 
7g. Mabel Juana Hudson. 
8g. Nora Blanche Hudson. 
9g. Nona Muriel Hudson. 

5/. Ellen Alexander, m. 19 Mar. 1891, Robert Piper Loy (Hunteville, Ontario, 
Canada) ; and has issue lg to 3g. 

lg. Walter Alexander Loy, b. 9 Jan. 1895. 

2g. Zoe Gwendolyn Alexander Loy, b. 8 May 1893. 

3g. Mary Irene Alexander Loy, b. 4 Feb. 1896. 

2e. Charlotte Matilda Alexander, b. 3 Oct. 1822 ; d. 5 May 1876 ; m. at Halifax 
21 Oct. 1847, the Rev. Thomas Andrew Walker, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Kilham, 
d. 14 Ap. 1905 ; and had issue 1/ to if. 

\f. Rev. Onebye Robert Walker, b. 25 Sept. 1849; d. 4 June 1908; in. 4 June 
1878, Fanny Hyndman, da. of the Rev. John Blair, Vicar of Brompton ; and had 
issue (with 3 others A. young) lg to 3g. 

lg. Robert Andrew Walker, in U.S. Navy, 6. 3 Nov. 1883. 

2g. Fanny Walker, b. 26 Ap. 1879. 

3g. Hilda Blair Walker, b. 29 Sept. 1882. 

2/. Minnie Paula Walker, m. at Ilford 3 Oct. 1876, the Rev. Arthur Ingleby, 
M.A. (St. Clement's, Heene, Worthing) ; and has issue lg to 3g. 

lg. Richard Arthur Oakes Ingleby, Solicitor (87 Chester Terrace, Eaton Squire, 
5. IF.), b. 27 Jan. 1879. 

2g. Charles Herbert Evelyn Ingleby (Melbourne, Victoria), b. 2 May 1881. 

3g. Ethel Mary Rose Ingleby, b. 6 July 1877. 

'.if. Harriet Caroline Walker (Worthing), unm. 

4/. Nina Walker (Hove), unm. 

3e. Eliza Alexander, b. 1825 ; d. 18 Dec. 1867 ; m. Aug. 1848, Richard Bowser, 
Bishop Auckland, Durham, Solicitor, d. 13 Feb. 1882; and had issue (with a son 
and da. d. young) 1/ to 2/. 

If. Harry Moreland Bowser (Bisliop Auckland), b. 8 Dec. 1863 ; m. June 1895, 
Annie, da. of ( — ) Lavender of Sydney, Australia. 

If. Caroline Bowser, m. 9 July 1879, Thomas Alexander McCullagh, M.D. 
(Bishop Auckland, Durham) ; and has issue lg to 4g. [Nos. 28889 to 28920. 


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lg. Alexander McCullagh, Lieut. R.N., b. 23 Ap. 1880. 

2g. Herbert Rochfort McCullagh, Durham L.I., 6. 15 June 1881. 

3g. Arthur Cecil Hays McCullagh, M.B., b. 20 Nov. 1882. 

4g. Florence Danvers McCullagh, b. 1 June 1885. 

4c. Frances Catherine Alexander, d. 5 Mar. 1892 ; m. 1st, Francis William 
Montgomery of Kettering, d. 28 Aug. 1870; 2ndly, John Brown Izon of Walsgrave 
Hailed. (-); ant had issue 1/ to if. 

If. Amy Frances Jane Montgomery, b. 3 Aug. 1860; d. 1902; m. 5 Aug. 
1886, Edward Disney Alexander of Milton, co. Northants, d. 30 Mar. 1907; and 
had issue. 

See p. 191, Nos. 28886-28887. 

If. Florence Montgomery, m. 30 July 1890, the Rev. Ernest Lembert Daniels, 
Rector of Holcott (Holcott Rectory, Northants), s.p. 

3c. Rev. William Legard, Vicar of Ganton, d. 19 Feb. 1826 ; m. 7 Feb. 1803, 
Cecilia Elizabeth, da. of James Oldershaw of Stamford, M.D., d. 31 Dec. 1854 ; and 
had issue Id to "id. 

Id. James Anlaby Legard, Ca-pt. R.N.,K.T.S., b. 13 Oct. 1805; d. 2b June 
1869; m. 6 May 1845, Catherine [a descendant of the Lady Anne, sister of King 
Edward IV. \ widow of Henry Ralph Beaumont, da. of Sir George Cayley, 6th Bt. 
[£.], d. 11 Mar. 1887 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 697, Nos. 57863-57876 and Nos. 57894-57897. 

2d. William Barnabas Legard, Col. Bengal Army, b. 27 Dec. 1810 ; d. 27 Jan. 
1890; m. 11 Dec. 1845, Ann Maria, da. of Richard Onebye Walker of London, 
d. and had issue \e. 

\e. Evelyn Mary Legard, m. 1886, William J. Gillett (Ashley House, Shalford, 

3d. Rev. Frederick Legard, settled in Australia, d. 26 June 1897; m. and had 
issue. 1 

4c. Digby Legard of Watton Abbey, co. Yorks, b. 1766; d. (-); m. 11 Dec. 
1797, Frances [a descendant of the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV., &c.\ da. 
of Ralph Creyke of Morton ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 689, Nos. 57567-57600. 

5c. Jane Legard, bapt. 8 July 1756 ; d. ( - ) ; m. 29 Oct. 1785, (— ) Smith of 
Sunderlandwick, co. York. 

6c. Frances Legard, b. 3 July 1757 ; d. 6 Ap. 1827 ; m. 19 Feb. 1780, Thomas 
Grimston (see p. 196) of Grimston Garth and Kilnwick, co. York, b. 29 Dec. 1753; 
d. 2 May 1821 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Charles Grimston of Grimston Garth and Kilnwick, J -P., D.L., Col. East 
York Militia, b. 2 July 1791 ; d. 21 Mar. 1859 ; m. 10 Nov. 1823, Jane, da. of the 
Very Rev. Thomas Trench, Dean of Kildare [neiceof 1st Baron Ashtown], d. 26 Jan. 
1873 ; and had issue le to 13c. 

lc. Marmaduke Jerard Grimston of Grimston Garth and Kilnwick, J. P., D.L., 
Col. East York Art. Mil.,h. 27 Nov. 1826; d. 14 Nov. 1879; m. 3 July 1856, 
Florence Victoria, da. of Col. Hardress Robert Saunderson [by his wife Lady Maria, 
nee Luttrell] [m. 2ndly, 2 Jan. 1883, Col. Sir Edmund Frederick Dtt Cane, K.C.B., 
and], d. 7 June 1903 ; and had issue 1/ to 2f. 

1/. Florence Maria Grimston, da. and co-h., in. as 2nd wife 10 Oct. 1882, 
Edward Byrom of Culver and Kersall Cell, D.L., High Sheriff co. Devon 1888 
(Culver, near Exeter; Kersall Cell, co. Lancaster ; Grimston Garth, co. York); and 
has issue lg to 2g. 

lg. Edward Luttrell Grimston Byrom, b. 25 June 1885. 

2g. Rose Effie Jerardine Byrom. [Nos. 28921 to 28983. 

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If. Rose Armatrude Frances Grimston, da. and co-h. (Grimslon Garth, near 
Hull), m. 19 June 1889, Col. George Bertie Benjamin Hobart, J. P., D.L.,toR.A. 
[E. of Buckinghamshire Coll. and a descendant of George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. 
(see Clarence Volume, p. 544)], d. 27 Oct. 1907 ; and has issue \g. 

\g. Armatrude Bertie Sophia Erne Hobart, b. 20 May 1890. 

2e. Waller John Grimston of Bracken, co. York, Major R.A., b. 9 Feb. 1828 ; 
d. 18 Oct. 1899 ; m. 2udly, 3 June 1865, Josephine, da. of Thomas Green Wilkinson ; 
and had issue 1/ to 6/. 

1/. Ernest Walter Grimston, heir male of the Grimstons of Grimston Garth, 
b. 13 Sept. 1876. 

2/. Charlotte Josephine Grimston. 

;'./. Evelyn Maude Cecilia Grimston. 

if. Helena Winifred Grimston. 

5/. Beatrice Letitia Grimston. 

6/. Violet Adele Grimston. 

3e. William Henry Grimston, J.P., Hon. Col. 3rd Batt. East Yorkshire Regt. 
(High Hall, Elton, Yorks), b. 1 Nov. 1830; m. 1st, 11 Ap. 1860, Anna, da. of George 
Harrison of Hailsham, co. Sussex, d. 1878; 2ndly, 27 July 1882, Catharine Sarah, 
da. of John Charlesworth Dodgson-Charlesworth of Chapelthorpe Hall, co. York. 

4e. Daniel Thomas Grimston, LL.B. (Camb.), b. 8 July 1832 ; d. 3 Mar. 1872 ; 
m. 1 Aug. 1860, Jane Malvina Williamza [a descendant of the Lady Isabel Plan- 
tigenet (see Essex Volume, p. 44)], da. of George Morant, J. P. \re-m. Indly, 3 Feb. 
1883, John Hugh Dillon, who d. 30 Aug. 1894] ; and had issue 1/ to 5/. 

]/. Sylvester George Grimston (Montreal), b. 22 Oct. 1863; m. 21 Jan. 1898, 
Mary Elizabeth, da. of James Penfold, Manager of the Bank of British North 
America at Montreal. 

If. Charles Digby Grimston (Montreal), b. 14 July 1867; m. 14 Aug. 1906, 
Olive, da. of ( — ) Mills of Bracebridge, Ontario. 

3/. Lydia Maude Grimston. 

4/. Jane Malvina Williamza Grimston. 

5/. Geraldine Mary Grimston. 

be. Rev. Alexander Grimston, Canon of York and Vicar of Stillingfleet (Still- 
ingfleet Vicarage, Yorks), b. 27 Nov. 1835 ; m. 29 Oct. 1863, Una Kate [descended 
from the Lady Isabel Plantagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 255)], da. of Capt. Rowland 
William Taylor Money; and has issue (with a son, Charles Rowland, who d. unm. 
9 Sept. 1889) 1/ to 6/. 

1/. Edith Maud Grimston. 

2/. Constance Eleanor Grimston. 

3/. Alice Mabel Grimston. 

4/. Hilda Grimston. 

5/. Florence Brenda Grimston. 

6/. Cicely Mildred Grimston. 

6e. Maria Emma Grimston, b. 23 Oct. 1824 ; d. 6 Mar./IQ Ap. 1907 ; m. 8 July 
1858, Major William Forbes, 11th Regt. [youngest son of James Forbes of Kingair- 
lock, co. Ayr], d. 29 Nov. 1882 ; and had issue 1/ to of. 

If. Katharine Annie Forbes (Chelsea), m. 2 Oct. 1893, Charles Blackwell 
Moneypenny, d. 2 Aug. 1894. 

•If. Magdalena Gertrude Forbes, m. 20 Oct. 1890, Charles Irwin Clark Williams. 

3/. Cecil Forbes. 

if. Alice Forbes. 

5/. Marion Forbes. 

7e. Frances Dorothy Grimston (Ardmore, Chislehurst), m. 24 Nov. 1853, the 

Rev. John Frewen Moor, M. A., Vicar of Ampfield, near Romsey [descended from the 

Lady Anne, sister to Kings Edward IV. and Richard III.] (see Exeter Volume, 

p. 424), d. 5 Jan. 1906 ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. [Nos. 28984 to 29010. 

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If. Rev. Charles Moor, D.D.. late Vicar of Gainsborough and Canon of Lincoln 
(Apley Rise, Westgate-on-Sea), b. 10 May 1857 ; m. 10 July 1889, Constance Mary, 
da. of Robert Moon, M.A., Bar.-at-Law ; and has issue \g to 5g. 

\g. Christopher Moor, b. 2 Feb. 1892. 

•2g. Frewen Moor, b. 28 Ap. 1893. 

Bg. Oswald Moor, b. 26 July 1901. 

ig. Rosalie Moor. 

5g. Veronica Moor. 

If. Selina Mary Moor. 

8e. Jane Grimston. 

9e. Catherine Grimston, b. 27 Jan. 1829; d. 8 Feb. 18G9 ; m. 22 Sept. 1856, 
<Ae 2?ew. Edward Gordon, Vicar of Kildale and afterwards of Atwick, both co. York 
(Mundesley, Norfolk) ; and had issue 1/ to 6/. 

1/. Rev. Edward Cyril Gordon, Rector of Carrington (Carriitgton Rectory, Wirks- 
worth, Derby), b. 23 Oct. 1858; m. 12 Aug. 1898, Ellen, da. of R. Y. Bazett, 
H.E.I.C.C.S., Bombay, s.p. 

2/. Charles Grimston Gordon (Southrepps, Norwich, Norfolk), b. 7 Mar. 1860; 
vi. 4 Nov. 1890, Florence, da. of Harrison Hodgson, d. 15 Sept. 1892 ; and has 
issue lg. 

lg. Florence Gordon, b. 25 Aug. 1892. 

3/. Francis Gordon, b. 2 Feb. 1869; umn. 

if. Helen Elizabeth Mary Gordon, num. 

5/. Blanche Theodora Gordon, m. Dec. 1895, Edward Tisdall, Paymaster of the 
Forces, R.N., s.p. 

6/. Lucy Beatrice Gordon, num. 

10c. Elizabeth Grimston (Cheltenham), m. 4 May 1870, James King of Clara, 
co. Fermanagh, and Laugfield, co. Tyrone, d. c. 1882 ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Rev. Marmaduke James Gilbert King, Perpetual Curate of St. Gabriel's, 
Bishop Wearmouth (Bishop Wearmouth), b. 3 Aug. 1871 ; m. 14 Nov. 1906, Catherine 
Primrose, da. of the Rev. J. C. P. Aldous, Vicar and Rural Dean of Duffield ; and 
has issue lg. 

lg. Elinor Catherine King. 

2/. Henry Charles King (St. Marnock's Farm, Salisbury, Rhodesia), b. 1 Ap. 

3/. Alice Cicell King. 

if. Florence Maude King. 

lie. Maude Grimston (The Ridgewav, Wimbledon), m. 24 June 1889, the Rev. 
George Constantino, D.D., d.s.p. 6 Oct. 1891. 

12e. Cicell Grimston, m. 29 Aug. 1871, Capt. Francis Loftus Tottenham (The 
Garden House, Mildmay Park, N .) ; and has issue 1/ to 6/. 

1/. Percy Marmaduke Tottenham, Egyptian Irrigation Dept., b. 17 Aug. 1873; 
m. 31 Aug. 1909, Angel, da. of Edward Mervyn Archdale of Riverside, co. Fermanagh. 

If. Francis Loftus Tottenham, R.N., b. 17 Aug. 1880. 

3/. Anna Maude Tottenham, m. 2 July 1907, Major-Gen. Henry Wylie (Hill 
Top Cottage, Farnham Common), s.p. 

if. Mabel Gertrude Tottenham, m. 5 Oct. 1907, Dudley Carmalt Jones, M.l). 
(Eastcote) ; and has issue lg. 

lg. Evelyn Carmalt Jones, b. 20 July 1908. 

5/. Edith Leonora Tottenham, unm. 
6/. Grace Marguerite Tottenham, unm. 

Vie. Octavia Grimston (Kingswood, Weybridge), m. 10 Jan. 1867, Herbert 
Clifford Saunders, Q.C., Bar.-at-Law, d. 25 Aug. 1893; and has issue 1/ to 9/. 

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Ct)e ^lantagenet laoll 

If. Herbert Stewart Saunders, M.A., b. 18 May 1872. 

2/. Una Mary Josephine Saunders, b. 5 Sept. 1869. 

3/. Maude Irene Saunders, h. 23 Feb. 1871. 

if. Rose Pellipar Saunders, b. 9 Aug. 1873. 

5/. Grace Helena Saunders, b. 30 Oct. 1874. 

6/. "Violet Constance Saunders, b. 19 Feb. 1876. 

If. Florence Muriel Saunders, b. 19 Nov. 1878. 

8/. Cicell lone Saunders, b. 22 Ap. 1881. 

9/. Octavia Elfrida Saunders, b. 13 Oct, 1885. 

2d. Oswald Grimston of Mersham Bitteme, co. Hants, b. 22 Oct. 1794; d. 
31 July 1872 ; m. 16 Sept 1830, Mary Ernie [descended from the Lady Isabel Plan- 
tagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 255)], da. of the Rev. Kyrle Ernie Money, M.A., 
Preb. of Hereford, d. 8 Jan. 1892 ; and had issue le to 1e. 

le. Oswald James Augustus Grimston, J. P., D.L., late Col. Comdg. 3rd Batt. 
Royal Warwickshire Regt. (The Lodge, lichen, co. Hants), b. 27 Aug. 1831 ; m. 1st, 

15 Ap. 1856, Frances Eliza, da. of Lieut-Col. Henry Dundas Campbell, d. 6 July 
1869; 2ndly, 21 Aug. 1876, Louisa Mary, widow of John William Sanders, da. of 
Capt. Rowland Money, 41st Madras N.I. ; and has issue (with a son who d.s.p.) 
1/ to 6/. 

1/. Rollo Estouteville Grimston, CLE., Lieut.-Col. Indian Army, b. 26 Oct. 

2/. Sylvester Bertram Grimston, Major Indian Army, b. 27 Nov. 1864; m. 

16 May 1904, Nina, da. of Lieut.-Col. George William Macaulay ; and has issue \g 
to 2g. 

\g. George Sylvester Grimston, b. 2 Ap. 1905. 

2g. Frances Nina Grimston, b. 16 July 1907. 

3/. Lionel Augustus Grimston, b- 18 Ap. 1868. 

if. Horace Legard Grimston, b. 30 Jan. 1880. 

5/. 1 Brenda Grimston, m. i July 1882, the Rev. Owen Tudor, Vicar of Willing- 
don (W illingdon Vicarage, Sussex). 

6/. 2 Pauline Grimston, b. 28 June 1877. 

le. Mary Adelaide Emma Grimston (Fir Bank, Ascot, Berks), m. 19 Sept 
1867, Gen. James Michael, C.S.I., C.F.J., Knt. of Grace of St. John of Jerusalem, 
&c, J.P., late Madras Staff Corps, d. 17 Feb. 1907 ; and has issue If. 

If. Mildred Douglas Michael. 

1c. Henrietta Charlotte Legard, d. (-); m. ( — ) Smith of Yorkshire. 

lb. Jane Legard, d. 11 Nov. 1758; m. 12 Mar. 1753, John Grimston of Grim- 
ston Garth and Kilnwick, co. York, b. 17 Feb. 1725; d. 21 June 1780; and had 
issue \c. 

\c Thomas Grimston of Grimston Garth and Kilnwick, b. 29 Dec. 1753 ; d. 
2 May 1821; m. 19 Feb. 1780, Frances, da. of Sir Digby Legard, 5th Bt. [E.], 
d. 1827; and luid issue. 

See p. 193, Nos. 28981-29061. 

■2a. Jane Digby, d. (-) ; m. Francis Fycher of Grantham Grange. 1 

3(7. Mary Digby, d. ( - ) ; m. George Cartwright of Ossington, co. Notts ; and 
had issue (with a son and 3 other das. all d.s.p.) lb to ib. 

16. Marv Cartwright, da. and event, co-h., d.s.p. 21 July 1764 ; m. 10 Ap. 1758, 
Sir Charles Louis Buck, ith Bt. [£.], d.s.p. 7 June 1782. 

-b. Dorothy Cartwright, 2 da. and event, co-h. 

3b. Jane Cartwright, da. and event, co-h., d. 15 Sept. 1811 ; m. Aug. 1755, Sir 
Digby Legard, 5th Bt. [£.], d. 4 Feb. 1773 ; and had issue. 

See p. 191, Nos. 28872-29061. [Nos. 29042 to 29332. 

1 Thoroton's "Notts," i. 317. 2 See note on p. 197. 

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4b. Anne Carticright, 1 da. and event, co-h. 

4a. Philadelphia Digby, da. and co-h., d. 14 Jan. 1765; m. 1730, SiV George 
Cayley, 4th Bt. [£.], d. Se#. 1791 ; ««d fcad f'ssMe. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 696-698, Nos. 57769-57955. 

[Nos. 29333 to 29519. 

100. Descendants, if any, of Elizabeth Wharton (Table X.), m. 

( — ) Bennett; and of the Hon. Eleanor Wharton, d. (-); 
m. William Thwaytes of Long Marston. 

101. Descendants, if any, of Mary Musgrave (Table XII), d. (-); 

7)i. Thomas Davison of Blakiston, co. Durham. 

102. Descendants of Sir Philip Musgrave, 6th Bt. [E.], M.P. 

(Table XII.), b. c. 1711 ; d. 5 or 25 July 1795 ; m. 24 June 
1742, Jane, da. of John Turton of Orgreave, co. Stafford, 
d. (will proved) 1802 ; and had issue 1« to 5a. 

la. Sir John Charden Musgrave, 1th Bt. [E.],h. 15 Jan. 1757; d. 24 July 
1806; ni. 13 July 1791, Mary, da. of the Rev. Sir Edmund Filmer, 6th Bt. [£.], d. 
9 Jan. 1838 ; and had issue lb to 36. 

16. Sir Philip Christopher Musgrave, 8th Bt. [£.], M.P., b. 12 July 1794; 
d.s.p.s. 16 July 1827. 

lb. Rev. Sir Christopher John Musgrave, 9th Bt. [£".], b. 179S; d. 11 May 
1834; m. Sept. 1825, Mary Anne, da. (see p. 206) of Edward Hasell of Dalemain, 
d. shortly before Oct. 1835 ; and had issue lc to 3c. 

lc Georgiana Musgrave, da. and co-h., d. 11 Ap. 1868; m. 29 July 1847, the 
Hon. Frederick Petre [B\ Petre Coll.], d. 18 July 1906 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, p. 372, Nos. 12725-12739. 

2c. Augusta Musgrave. b. 10 Feb. 1830; d. 11 Oct. 1901 ; m. 1st, 27 Aug. 1850, 
Col. Henry Frederick Bonham, 10th Hussars, d. 16 Feb. 1856; 1-ndly, 26 May 
1857, /oftw Edward Cornwallis (Rous), 2nd Earl of Stradbroke [U.K.], and Baron 
Rous [G.B.], and 1th Bt. [£.], d. 27 Jan. 1886; and had issue Id to 8d. 

id. Henry Walter Musgrave Bonham, Col. formerly Grenadier Guards 
(Arthur's), b. 11 Nov. 1852 ; m. 26 Aug. 1875, Georgiana, da. of Thomas Sheriffe of 
Henstead Hall, Suffolk. 

2d. George Edward John Mowbray (Rous), 3rd Earl of Stradbroke [U.K.], and 
Baron Rous [G.B.], 8th Bt. [E.], C.V.O., O.B., Vice-Adm. of Suffolk, and Chairman 
Suffolk Territorial Force, &c (Henham Hall, Wangford, Suffolk), b. 19 Nov. 1862 ; 
m. 23 July 1898, Helena Violet Alice, da. of Lieut-Gen. James Keith Fraser, 
C.M.G. [Bt. Coll.] ; and has issue le to 5c 

lc. John Anthony Alexander Rous, Viscount Dunwich, H.M. Queen Alexandra 
Sponsor, b. 1 Ap. 1903. 

2c. Hon. William Keith Rous, b. 10 Mar. 1907. 

3c. Lady Pleasance Elizabeth Rous. 

4c. Lady Catherine Charlotte Rous. 

be. Lady Betty Helena Joanna Rous. 

M. Edith Charlotte Musgrave Bonham, b. 30 May 1851 ; d. at Johannesburg 
17 Feb. 1903; m. 21 July 1870. the Rev. William Belcher, formerly Vicar of Wal- 
berswick and Blythburgh, and Rector of Heveningham (Ipswich); and had issue 
{wi'h a son who d. young) le to 4c. [Nos. 29520 to 29541. 

1 One of these is said to have m. a Sir ( — ) Middleton. 

197 2C 

Cl)e iMantagenet iRoll 

le. Reginald George Holland Belcher, Lieut. Lincolnshire Regt., twin, b. 22 Ap. 

le. Frederick Harry Bonham Belcher, twin, b. 22 Ap. 1878. 

3c Musgrave Vanneck Gordon Belcher, b. 30 July 1881. 

4c. Edith Augusta Anna Bonham Belcher, m. 25 Mar. 1899, George Lipscombe, 
R.N. (Melrose, The Grange, Beccles); and has issue 1/ to If. 

1/. George Lipscombe, b. 13 Dec. 1899. 

2/. William Henry Lipscombe, b. 30 May 1901. 

3/. Frederick Edmund Lipscombe, b. 20 Nov. 1904. 

if. Edith Mary Lipscombe, b. 5 Sept, 1903. 

5/. Elizabeth Catherine Lipscombe, b. 3 May 1906. 

6/. Margaret Mary Lipscombe, b. 28 July 1907. 

7/. Agnes Lipscombe, b. 17 Ap. 1909. 

id. Lady Augusta Fanny Rous, m. 8 May 1880, Cecil Francis William Fane 
[E. of Westmorland Coll.], whom she divorced 1904 ; and has issue \e to 2e. 
\e. Charles George Cecil Fane, b. 8 Ap. 1881. 
2c. John Lionel Richards Fane, b. 2 Jan. 1884. 

5d. Lady Sophia Evelyn Rous (Boscombe Cottage, I.W.), m. 20 Ap. 1888, Capt. 
George Hamilton Heaviside, 6th Dragoons, d. 27 Nov. 1906. 

6d. Lady Adela Charlotte Rous, m. 19 Feb. 1887, Thomas Belhaven Henry 
Cochrane, M'.V.O., J.P., D.L., Dept.-Gov., Steward and Sheriff of the Isle of Wight, 
and Capt, of Carisbrooke Castle [E. of Dundonald Coll., and a descendant of the 
Lady Anne, sister to King Edward IV., &c. (see Exeter Volume, p. 626)] (Caris- 
brooke Castle, I.W. ; Quarr Abbey, Ryde, I.W.). 

Id. Lady Hilda Maud Rous, b. 3 Feb. 1867; d. 15 Aug. 1904; m. 31 Jan. 
1901, Charles Fitzroy Ponsonby M'Neill [descended from George (Plajitagdiet), 
Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 33(5)] (Carlton Curlieu Manor 
House, near Leicester; Kilsant House, Broadway, Worcester); and had issue 
le to 2e. 

\e. Ronald Frank Rous M'Neill, b. 15 Jan. 1894. 

■le. Brenda Mary Adela M'Neill, b. 8 Nov. 1897. 

8d. Lady Gwendoline Audrey Adeline Brudenell Rous, m. 26 June 1895, 
Lieut.-Col. Richard Beale Colvin, C.B. (Monkhams, Waltham Abbey); and has 
issue le to 2e. 

le. Richard Beale Rous Colvin, b. 12 Feb. 1900. 

•le. Audrey Mary Maude Colvin. 

3c. Harriet Musgrave, da. and co-h., d. 29 Julv 1863; m. as 1st wife, 28 Ap. 
1851, the Right Hon. Sir Walter Barttelot Barttelot of Stopham, IstBt. [U.K. 9 June 
1875], P.C., M.P., C.B., &c, Col. 2nd Sussex R.V., b. 10 Oct. 1820; d. 2 Feb. 
1893 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Sir Walter George Barttelot of Stopham, 2nd Bt. [U.K.], J.P.,D.L., Major 
2nd V.B. Royal Sussex Regt., previously 5th Dragoon Guards, b. 11 Ap. 1855; d. 
(being killed in Boer War) 23 July 1900; m. 3 June 1879, Georgiana Mary, da. of 
George Edmond Balfour of Sidmouth Manor [re-m. 2ndly, 22 Oct. 1902, Beville 
Molesuvrth St. Aubyn] ; and had issue le to 3e. 

le. Sir Walter Balfour Barttelot of Stopham, 3rd Bt. [U.K.], Lieut. 1st Batt. 
Coldstream Guards, served in South Africa 1900-1902 (Stopham House. Pul- 
borough; 10 Berkeley Square, W.), b. 22 Mar. 1880; m. 17 Nov. 1903, Gladys St. 
Aubyn, da, of William Collier Angove of 83 Onslow Gardens, S.W. ; and has issue 
1/ to 2f. 

If. Walter de Stopham Barttelot, b. 27 Oct. 1904. 

2/. William Frederick Geoffrey Nelson Barttelot, b. 21 Oct. 1905. 

2c. Nigel Kenneth Walter Barttelot, Lieut. R.N., and Com. Instructor Roval 

[Nos. 29542 to 29566. 

of Ci)e BlooD ftopal 

Naval Vol. Reserve, b. 9 Ap. 1883 ; m. 10 Jan. 1906, Dorothy Maud, da. of 
Frederick Aldcroft Kay of Manchester. 

3e. Irene Margaret Mary Barttelot. 

2d. Edith Harriet Barttelot, m. 12 June 1884, Major-Gen. Henry Crichton 
Sclater, R.A., C.B., now Comdg. 4th (Quefcta) Div., formerly Q.M.G. in India (Flag- 
staff House, Quetta). 

3d. Evelyn Fanny Barttelot (13 Egcrton Place, S.W.), m. 29 Mar. 1883, 
Charles Munro Sandham of Rowdell, co. Sussex, d. 1892 ; and has issue le to 3c. 

le. Charles Barttelot Sandham, b. 1887. 

le. Edith Mary Georgina Sandham, m. 1907, Hamilton Hugh Berners, Lieut 
Irish Guards. 

3c. Ada Margaret Sandham. 

4d. Ada Mary Barttelot, m. 17 Oct. 1882, Col. William Frederick Cavaye, Comdg. 
Middlesex Brig., E. Command (40 Egerion Crescent, S.W. ; Birchenbridge, Horsham) 

U. Sir George Musgrave of Edenhall, 10th Bt. [£.], b. 14 June 1799; d. 
29 Dec. 1872 ; m. 26 June 1828, Charlotte, da. of Sir James Graham of Netherby, 
1st Bt. [G.B.], d. 26 June 1873 ; and had issue \c to 4c. 

If. Sir Richard Courtenay Musgrave of Edenhall, llih Bt. [£.], M.P., Lord- 
Lieut, co. Westmorland, b. 21 Aug. 1838; d. 13 Feb. 1881 ; m. 17 Jan. 1867, Adora 
Frances Olga, da. of Peter Wells [re-m. 2ndly, 18 Ap. 1882, Henry Charles 
(Brougham), 3rd Lord Brougham and Vaux[U.K.), K.C.V.O.]; andhadissue \dto 5d. 

Id. Sir Richard George Musgrave of Edenhall, 12th Bt. [E.], D.L., late Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders (Edenhall, Langicathby, R.S.O. ; 17 Charles Street, 
Berkeley Square, W.), b. 11 Oct. 1872 ; m. 9 Feb. 1895, the Hon. Eleanor [descended 
from the Lady Isabel Plantagenet (see the Essex Volume, p. 46)], da. of Charles 
(Harbord), 5th Baron Suffield [G.B.] ; and has issue le to 2c 

le. Nigel Courtenay Musgrave, b. 11 Feb. 1896. 

2e. Christopher Musgrave, b. 4 May 1899. 

2d. Philip Richard Musgrave, late Lieut. 3rd Batt. Royal Sussex Regt. 
(Bachelors'), b. 26 Nov. 1873 ; m. (—). 

3d. Thomas Charles Musgrave (Union), b. 28 Nov. 1875. 

id. Dorothy Anne Musgrave, m. 12 June 1895, Henry Francis Compton (see 
p. 467) of Minstead, J.P., D.L., formerly M.P., etc. (Minstead Manor, Lyndhurst ; 
Mapperton House, Beaminster, Dorset) ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Henry Richard Compton, b. 12 Oct. 1899. 

2e. Phyllis Dorothy Compton, b. 17 Mar. 1896. 

3e. Daphne Compton, b. 24 Feb. 1897. 

5d. Zoe Caroline Musgrave, m. 16 Jan. 1893, Alexander Farquharson of Inver- 
cauld, Lieut.-Col. Comd?. 7th Batt. Cordon Highlanders [descended from King 
Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, p. 462)] (Lnvercauld, Ballater; 40 Park Street, Gros- 
venor Square, IF.) ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Myrtle Farquharson. 

2e. Sylvia Farquharson. 

2c. Caroline Musgrave, m. 8 Mar. 1859, William Stanley of Dalegarth and 
Ponsonby, co. Cumberland, J.P., D.L., b. 14 Sept. 1829; d. 18 Dec. 1881 ; and had 
issue Id to M. 

Id. Edward Stanley of Ponsonby Hall, J. P., D.L., b. 20 Nov. 1859; d. num. 
26 Feb. 1894. 

2d. William Stanley of Ponsonbv Hall, J. P., D.L., late Capt. Westmorland and 
Cumberland Yeo. Cav. (Southwaite Hill, Carlisle), b. 10 Ap. 1861. 

3d. Philip Stanley (21 Palliser Road, West Kensington), b. 2 Mar. 1870; m. 
3 Aug. 1907, Norah, da. of Edmund Stamp Mackrell of Craven House, Warminster ; 
and has issue le to 2c. 

lc. Nicholas Austhwaite Stanley \ ,, ■ \ l , 1Q pa land 
o pi- u i.u -kt i . , J (twins), b. 28 teb. 19U9. 

2e. Elizabeth Norah Stanley l v " 

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Cl)e 0lantagenet ftoll 

Ad. Charlotte Stanley, A. 18 June 1895 ; m. 10 Dec. 1890, John Henry Lowry ; 
and had issue \e. 

It'. Caroline Lowry. 

5d. Margaret Stanley, m. 21 Ap. 1897, the Rev. Hildebrand Thomas (Hies 
Alington, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Newnham Courteney [Cadet of Alington of Swin- 
hope] (Newnham Courteney Rectory, Oxford) ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Noel Stanley Alington, b. 4 Jan. 1899. 

le. Ursula Margaret Alington, b. 9 Nov. 1904. 

6d. Lucy Mildred Stanley. 

Id. Constance Madeline Stanley. 

8d. Constance Augusta Stanley, m. 17 July 1900, Alfred Russell Fordham of 
Melbourn Bury, J. P., M.A. (Camb.), Bar.-at-Law (Melboitrn Bury, Royston); and 
has issue le to 2e. 

le. Alfred Stanley Fordham, b. 2 Sept. 1897. 

2e. Joyce Madeline Fordham. 

3c. Agnes Musgrave, A. 12 Mar. 1901; m. 19 June 1862, the Rev. Malise 
Reginald Graham, M.A., Rector of Arthuret [Bt. of Netherby Coll.], b. 15 Feb. 1833 ; 
d. 18 Nov. 1895 ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Arthur Malise Graham, b. 1865. 

2d. Reginald Graham.b. 22 May 1867; d. 15 Feb. 1908; m. 21 Jan. 1897, 
Helen Dacia (2 Park Mansions, Albert Gate, S.W.), da. of G. S. Herckof St. Peters- 
burg ; and had issue le. 

\e. Ernest Reginald Graham, b. 7 Feb. 1898. 

3d. Rev. Ivor Charles Graham, Rector of Arthuret (Arthuret Rectory, Long- 
town, Cumberland), b. 1868. 

id. Sophia Augusta Graham. 

5d. Maud Agnes Graham. 

4c Sophia Musgrave, in. 3 Aug. 1869, Samuel Steuart Gladstone of Capenoch 
(Capenoch, Dumfries ; 40 Lennox Gardens, S.W.) ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Hugh Steuart Gladstone of Capenoch, J.P., M.A. (Camb.), F.Z.S., F.R.S.E., 
formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. K.O.S.B., served in South Africa 1900-1902, has Queen's 
Medal with 3 Clasps and King's Medal with 2 Clasps (Cap:noch, Thornhill, Dum- 
fries), b. 30 Ap. 1877 ; m. 24 Jan. 1906, Cecil Emily, da. of Gustavus Arthur Talbot 
[E. of Shrewsbury Coll. J ; and has issue le. 

le. John Gladstone, b. 17 Jan. 1907. 

2d. Winifred Steuart Gladstone, m. 14 July 1896, Sydney Roden Fothergill of 
Lowbridge, J. P., D.L., Major Westmorland and Cumberland Hussars, served in 
S. Africa as Capt. 34th Imp. Yeo. 1902 (Lowbridge House, Kendal, Westmorland); 
and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Richard Fothergill, b. 3 Jan. 1901. 

2e. Christopher Francis Fothergill, b. 21 Ap. 1906. 

3e. Mildred Helen Sophia Fothergill. 

2a. Christopher Musgrave of Kempton Park, co. Midx-, d. 11 Aug. 1833; m. 
the Hon. Elizabeth Anne [descended from the Lady Lsabel Plantagenet], da. of 
Andrew (Archer), 2nd Baron Archer [G.B.], d. 8 Aug. 1847 ; and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, p. 145, Nos. 16461-16490. 

3rt. Jane Musgrave, d. (-) ; m. Joseph Musgrave of Kypier (see p. 216). 

4a. Charlotte Musgrave, A. (-); m. 1774, the Rev. Charles Mordaunt (see 
p. 411), Rector of Massingham [2nd son of Sir Charles Mordaunt, 6th Bt. [£.]], 
d. 22 Jan. 1820 ; and had issue lb. 

lb. Rev. Charles Mordaunt, Rector of Badgworth, A. (-); m. 1812, Frances 
Harriet, da. of James Sparrow of Flax Bourton, A. 1866 ; and had issue le to 2c. 
lc. John Mordaunt, 17th Lancers, A. 15 Nov. 1S81 ; m. 1st, 1843, Harriet 

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Maria, da. of Capt. Cumberledge, R.N., d. 1849 ; 2ndly, Isabel, da. of Major Fletcher 
Norton Balmain, Madras Cavalry ; and had issue Id to 9d. 

ld. } James Sparrow Mordaunt, Lieut. -Col., formerly Major Lein.ster Regt., 
b. 14 Nov. 1843 ; m. (— ), da. of (— ) ; and has issue If. 

le. [son] Mordaunt, b. 4 June 1886. 

2d. 1 Francis Lionel Mordaunt. 

3d. 1 John Mordaunt. 

id.- Harry Mordaunt. 

5d. 2 Charles Mordaunt. 

Gd. 2 Philip Musgvave Mordaunt. 

Id. 1 Mildred Mordaunt. 

Sd 2 Harriet Isabel Mordaunt. 

9d. 2 Katherine Mordaunt. 

2c. Charlotte Mordaunt, d. (-) ; m. the Rev. John Matthew, Rector of Chelvey ; 
and had issue. 

5a. Henrietta Mnsgrave, d. 16 June 1812 ; m. 26 Mav 1774, Sir John Morris 
of Clasemont, 1st Bt. [U.K.], so cr. 12 May 1806; b. 15 July 1745; d. 25 June 
1819 ; and had issue lb to 3b. 

15. Sir John Morris. 2nd Bt. [U.K.], b. 14 July 1775; d. 24 Feb. 1855; m. 
5 Oct. 1809, the Hon. Lucy Juliana, da. of John (Bvng), 5th Viscount Torrington 
[G.B.], d. 27 Nov. 1881 ; and had issue \c to 7c. 

\c. Sir John Armine Morris, 3rd Bt. [U.K.], D.L., b. 13 July 1813 ; d. 8 Feb. 
1893 ; m. 21 Dec. 1847, Catherine, da. of Ronald MacDonald, d. 16 Mar. 1890 ; and 
had issue Id to Id. 

Id. Sir Robert Armine Morris of Clasemont, 4th Bt. [U.K.], J. P., D.L., High 
Sheriff co. Glamorgan 1900, late Major Welsh Regt. (Sketty Park, Swansea ; West- 
cross, near Swansea), b. 27 July 1848 ; m. 12 Feb. 1885, Lucy Augusta, da. of Thomas 
Cory of Nevill Court, Tunbridge Wells, d. 15 Nov. 1902 ; and has issue \e to 6e. 

L-. Tankerville Robert Armine Morris, b. 9 June 1892. 

2e. John Torrington Morris, b. 6 June 1896. 

3e. Lucy Gwladys Morris. 

ie. Valerie Ermyntrude Morris. 

5e. Dulcie Elaine Morris. 

6e. Sibyl Rowena Morris. 

2d. John Morris, late Hon. Lieut. -Col. Welsh Div. R.A. (Castle House, Broad- 
stairs), b. 9 Sept. 1850 ; m. 25 July 1881, Jessie, da. of William Fowler; and has 
issue (with a son, John Armine Robert, b. 3 Oct. 1882, d. unm. 16 May 1908, and a 
da. d. young) le. 

le. Jessie Harriet Amy Blanch Morris. 

3d. George Cecil Morris, b. 10 Ap. 1852. 

id. Arthur Ronald Morris, b. 18 Nov. 1855. 

5d. Herbert Morris, b. 17 June 1858; m. 25 July 1880, Marjory Rachel, da. 
of John Barron; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. John Barron Morris, b. 5 Mar. 1882. 

le. Herbert Morris. 

3e. Katherine Daisy Morris. 

dd. Henrietta Ellen Morris (Havod, Sketty S.O., Glamorganshire), m. as 2nd 
wife, 10 Oct. 1876, Felix Hussey Webber, a Clerk in the House of Commons (see 
p. 280), d. 19 Ap. 1905; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Horace Armine William Webber, Lieut. R.F.A., b. 28 Nov. 1880. 

2e. Laura Gwendolen Webber, m. 8 Sept. 1899, Edmund TJssher David (Yscal- 
log, Llandaff) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Humphrey Edmund David, b. 6 Sept. 1900. 

2/. Rodney Felix Armine David, b. 19 June 1907. [Nos. 29642 to 29671. 

tOje |Mantagenet i&oll 

Id. Amy Blanche Caroline Morris, d. 14 Aug. 1907; m. 1885, Major Robert 
Bowen Robertson, 2nd Brig. Welsh Div. R.A. (Fairlawn, Chandlers, Hants); and 
had issue le to 6e. 

\e. Charles Ariiiine Bowen Robertson, b. 1886. 

2e. Percy Robert Musgrave Robertson, b. 1892. 

3e. Tudor Peregrine Morris Robertson, b. 1896. 

Ac. Amy Kate Alice Robertson. 

5e. Nellie Maude Robertson. 

Ge. Rosamond Lucy Robertson. 

2c. George Byng Morris, J.P., D.L., b. 25 Mar. 1816; d. 3 Dec. 1899; m. 
23 Oct. 1852, Emily Matilda (Danygraig, Bridgend), da. of Charles H. Smith of 
Dcrwen Fawr, co. Glamorgan ; and had issue Id to IQd. 

Id. Robert Townsend Morris, b. 9 July 1853. 

2d. Charles Smith Morris, b. 12 Dec. 1854; m. 1888, Maud Mary, da. of the 
Rev. George Alston, Rector of Studland ; and has issue le to 4c. 

le. Charles Alan Smith Morris, b. 15 May 1895. 

2e. Mabel Travers Morris. 

'ie. Daisy Emily Smith Morris. 

4c. Lucy Maud Morris. 

3d. George Lockwood Morris, formerly Lieut. Royal Monmouthshire Engineers 
Militia, b. 29 Jan. 1859; m. 1889, Wilhelmina, da. of Thomas Cory; and has issue 
le to 3c. 

le. Cedrick Lockwood Morris, b. 1889. 

2c. Muriel Emily Morris. 

3«. Nancy Morris. 

id- Musgrave Morris, b. 18 Nov. 1864; m. 1892, Edith, da. of K. Lockhart of 
Minnedosa, Manitoba. 

5d. Thomas Byng Morris, b. 24 July 1866 ; m. 24 Aug. 1898, Edith Amy, da. 
of F. S. Bishop of Benrick, Dee Hills Park, Chester; and has issue le. 

le. Rosamund Byng Morris. 

Qd. Frank Hall Morris, b. 16 July 1809. 

Id. Edith Charlotte Morris, m. 1887, Francis Montagu Lloyd, J. P., Bar.-at- 
Law {The Grange, Newnham-on-Severn); and has issue le. 

le. Leslie Skipp Lloyd, b. 1891. 

Sd. Fanny Matilda Morris, m. 16 Sept. 1882, Henry Bathurst Christie, C.E., 
formerly Ceylon P.W.D. 

9d. Lucy Emily Morris, m. 1887, Lieut. -Col. Henry Selwyn Goodlake, late 4th 
Batt. Gloucestershire Regt., formerly Lancashire Fusiliers. 

10i/. Rose Herbert Moras. 

3c. Frederick Morris, Comm. R.N., b. 25 Jan. 1819; d. 23 Jan. 1903; m. 
28 Jan. 1854, Agnes (Denmead, Cosham, Hants), da. and h. of Charles Brandford 
Lane of Castle Grant and Clermont, Barbados ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Frederick Morris, Major late Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Burmah (1885-1887), 
Hazara (1891), and China (1900) Medals and Clasps, is Sec. Club of Western India, 
Poona (Poona, Bombay), b. 20 Dec. 1854; m. 1884, Sybil, da. of John Rowland, 

2d. Charles Lane Morris, formerly Lieut. 1st Warwickshire Mil., b. 1857 ; m. 
1903, Mabel Emily, da. of the Rev. Augustus Cooper of Upper Norwood, and Syle- 
ham Hall, co. Suffolk. 

3d. Percy Byng Morris (Denmead, Cosham, Hants), b. 1871. 

4c Charles Henry Morris, C.B., O.L.H., a Gen. in the Army, b. 27 Feb. 1824 ; 
d. 12 Oct. 1887 ; m. 16 Sept. 1869, Lady Blanche [descended from George (Planta- 
genet), Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 628)] (Holly Mount, 
Lyndhurst, Hants), da. of George Godolphin (Osborne), 8th Duke of Leeds [£.], &c. ; 
and had issue Id to 2d. [Nos. 29672 to 29699. 


of %\)t BlooU mopal 

Id. Ethel Harriet Morris, m. 2 Dec. 1905, Gerald Cloete, a Resident Magistrate, 
Orangia (Frankfort, O.R.C.). 

2d. Lilla Guendolen Morris. 

5c. Henrietta Juliana Morris, d. 7 Oct. 1871 ; m. 2 Mar. 1838, /IZ&ert LasceUes 
Jenner, 5th son of Robert Jenner of Wenvoe Castle, co. Glamorgan, d. Oct. 1864 ; 
and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. George Francis Birt Jenner, C.M.G., formerly Minister Resident for 
Guatemala 1897-1902, at Bogota 1892-1897, etc. (Villa les Alouettes, Cannes; 
St. James'), b. 26 May 1840; m. 1867, Stephanie, da. of Alexis Emilianoff of Raga- 
tova, Orel Govt., Russia. 

2d. Cecil Armine Jenner, Major Turkish Service, d. 1896 ; m. and had issue \e. 

\e. Georgina Jenner. 

6c. Beatrice Charlotte Morris, d. ( - ) ; m. the Rev- Thomas Charles Hyde Leaver, 
M.A., Rector of Rockhampton 1848-1859 ; d. 1871 ; and had issue (a soil and da.). 

7c. Matilda Anne Cecilia Morris, d. 29 fune 1906 ; m. 26 May 1851, Jasper 
Hall Livingstone of 12 The Strand, Rvde, 7.11'. ; d. 1900 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Hubert Armine Anson Livingstone. O.M.G., R.E., served in South Africa, 
as Assist. -Director of Railways, b. 19 Aug. 1865. 

2d. Guy Livingstone, b. 8 June 1868. 

3d. Lucy Byng Livingstone, m. 2 Oct. 1875, Herman William Tinne, J. P. co. 
Kent (Union Club, S.W.). 

2b. Matilda Morris, d. (? s.p.) 5 July 1850 ; m. 13 Nov. 1807, Edward Jesse of 
West Bromwich, co. Stafford. 

3b. Caroline Morris, d. (? s.p.) 26 Jan. 1883 ; m. 6 Sept. 1824, the Rev. George 
Lillie Wodehouse Fauquier. [Nos. 29700 to 29706. 

103. Descendants, if any, of the Rev. Christopher Musgrave, Rector 
of Barking and Fellow of All Souls Coll., Oxon., (/. (-); m. 
1757, ( — ). widow of ( — ) Perfect of Hatton Garden; and 
of Lieut.-Col. Hans Musgrave (Table XII.). 

104. Descendants of the Rev. Chardin Musgrave, M.A., D.D., 
Provost of Oriel Coll., Oxon., 1757-1768 (Table XII.), b. 
c. 1724, matric. 3 Mar. 1740. aged 16; d. 8 Jan. 1768; m. 
Catherine, sister and h. of Bartholomew Tipping of Woolley 
Park, co. Berks (who d.s.p. 13 Dec. 1798), da. of Bartholomew 
Tipping, d. 21 Feb. 1795 ; and had issue la. 

1(7. Mary Anne Musgrave of Woolley Park and Ibsione House, co. Bucks, da. 
and h., b. c. 1767 ; d. 28 Dec. 1841 ; m. 1788, her cousin, the Rev. Philip Wroughton 
(see p. 210), d. 6 June 1812 ; and had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. Bartholomew Wroughton of Woollev Park, co. Berks. J.P., D.L., b. 18 Jan. 
1791; d.s.p. 21 May 1858. 

2b. Philip Wroughton of Ibstone House and Woolley Park, J .P., High Sheriff 
co. Bucks 1857, b. 24 Dec. 1805 ; d. 28 Dec. 1862 ; m. 2ndly, 22 A p. 1841, Blanche, 
da. of John Norris of Hughenden House, co. Bucks, d. 8 Jan. 1903; and had issue 
\c to 6c. 

lc. Philip Wroughton of Woollev Park, J. P., D.L., formerly M.P. for Berks 
1876-1885, and for the Abingdon Div. 1885-1895, b. 6 Ap. 1846; d. June 1910; 
m. 4 Feb. 1875, Evelyn Marx, da. of Sir John Neeld, 1st Bt. [U.K.] ; and had issue 
\d to Id. 


%\}t 0lantagenet i&oll 

Id. Philip Musgrave Neeld Wroughton of Woolley Park, Lieut. Berks Yeo. 
(Woolley Park, Wantage), b. 30 Aug. 1887. 

■2d. Dorothy Florence Mary Wroughton, m. 6 Aug. 1908, the Rev. Herbert 
Boyne Lavallin Puxley, Rector of Westonbirt (Westonbirt Rectory, Glos.). 

3d. Muriel Evelyn Mary Wroughton. 

id. Florence Mary Wroughton, m. 2 Feb. 1904, Capt. George Arthur Patrick 
Rennie, D.S.O., King's Royal Rifle Corps. 

bd. Winifred Mary Wroughton, m. 27 Ap. 1901, Capt. Sir Frederick Henry 
Walter Garden, 3rd Bt. [U.K.], 1st Life Guards (11 Shane Court, S.W.: Star- 
groves, Newbury) ; and has issue \e to 2c. 

U. Henry Christopher Garden, b. 16 Oct. 1908. 

2e. Enid Evelyn Garden. 

6d. Violet Blanche Mary Wroughton. 

Id. Mary St. Quintin Mary Wroughton. 

2c. Edward Norris Wroughton, b. 19 July 1847; d. 11 Oct. 1902; m. 1872, 
Florence, da. of Henry Farren, d. 29 Mar. 1878 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. John Bartholomew Wroughton, Capt. Royal Sussex Regt., b. 14 Feb. 1874; 
m. 7 Dec. 1904, Alma May, da. of Willoughby Oakes of Holmbrook, Farnborough. 

•2d. Edward Henry Wroughton (3 Hare Court, Temple), b. 29 Oct. 1875. 

3d. Arthur Charles Wroughton, Lieut. South Lancashire Regt., b. 4 July 1877. 

3c. William Musgrave Wroughton, Master of the Pytchley Hounds 1894-1902, 
and of the Woodland and Pytchley Hounds 1903-1908 (Creation Lodge, North- 
ampton; 77 Chester Square, S.W.), b. 24 Sept. 1850; m. 24 June 1880, Edith 
Constance, da. of Henry Cazenove of Lilies, Aylesbury ; and has issue Id to 3d. 

\d. Musgrave Cazenove Wroughton, b. 1 Oct. 1891. 

2d. Cicely Musgrave Wroughton. 

3d. Dulce Wroughton. 

4c. Emma Louisa Wroughton, m. 13 July 1861, Henry Joseph Toulmin of The 
Pre, formerly of Childwickbm y, co. Herts, J. P., D.L., Capt. Herts Yeo. Cav., late 
13th Light Dragoons (The Pre, near St. Albans); and has issue Id to 10rf. 

Id. Henry Wroughton Toulmin, b. 2 Mar. 1871. 

2d. Philip Musgrave Toulmin, b. 1 Feb. 1887. 

3d. Mary Toulmin, m. 1st, 26 Nov. 1890, Algernon William George (Evans- 
Freke), 9th Baron Carbery [I.] [descended from George (Plantagenet), Duke of 
Clarence, K.G. (see the Clarence Volume, p. 262)], d. 12 June 1898; 2ndly, 11 Feb. 
1902, Arthur Wellesley Sandford, M.D. (Frankfield House, co. Cork); and has 
issue le to 4c. 

le. John (Evans-Freke), 10th Baron Carbery [I.] (Castle Freke, co. Cork), 
b. 10 May 1892. 

2c. Hon. Ralfe Evans-Freke, b. 23 July 1897. 

3e. Christopher Sandford, b. 5 Dec. 1902. 

4c. Anthony Sandford, b. 14 Aug. 1905. 

id. Evelyn Toulmin, m. 16 July 1901, Edward MacGregor Duncan (Fernhill 
Cottage, Windsor Forest). 

bd- Florence Josephine Toulmin, m. 11 Feb. 1897, Herbert Legard Fife, J.P. 
(see p. 191) [also a descendant of Edward III. through Mortimer-Percy] (Staindrop 
House, near Darlington) ; and has issue le to 2c. 
lc. Dorothy Florence Fife. 

2c. Marjorie Agnes Fife. 

6d. Edith Mabel Toulmin, m. 19 June 1906, the Rev. Alan Chaplin, M.A. 
(Camb.), Rector of Chesterton [son of Clifford Chaplin of Broughton Astley Hall] 
(Chesterton Rectory, Peterborough) ; and has issue lc to 2c. 
le. Stephen Chaplin, b. 30 Mar 1907. 

2c. Beryl Chaplin, b. 28 Oct. 1909. 

Id. Lilian Toulmin, unm. [Nos. 29707 to 29738. 


of Ctje Blood IRopai 

8d. Constance Mary Toulmin, imm. 

9d. Gladys May Toulmin, unin. 

lOd. Lsobel Marguerite Toulmin, unm. 

5c. Mary Anne Wroughton, d. 14 July 1891; m. 24 May 1870, Col. John 
Bonham of Ballintaggart, R.H.A., J. P. cos. Kildare and Wicklow, and High Sheriff 
co. Carlow 1900 {Ballintaggart, Colbinstown, co. Kildare); and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Francis Warren Bonham, b. 1871. 

2d. John Wroughton Bonham, b. 1875. 

3d. Georgina Maye Bonham. 

id. Mary Alice Bonham. 

bd. Margaret Leslie Bonham. 

6c. Blanche Caroline Wroughton. [Xos. 29739 to 29747. 

105. Descendants, if any, of Mary Musgeave, in. 1st, Hugh Ldmley ; 

2ndly, John Pigutt (Table XII.). 

106. Descendants of Julia Musgeave (Table XII.), d. 1778 ; 

m. William Hasell of Dalemain, co. Cumberland, b. 1716 ; 
d. 1778 ; and had issue la to 4a. 

la. Christopher Hasell, 3rd son, but in his issue (6 Ap. 1794) h., d. (-); 
m. ( — ), da. of ( — ) Goade, d. (-) ; and had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. Edward Hasell of Dalemain, b. 1765; d. 24 Dec. 1825; m. Is*, 1792, 
Elizabeth, da. of William Cams of Kirkby Lonsdale, d. 1810; 2ndly, 1812, Jane, 
da. of the Rev. Robert Whitehead, Rector of Cronside, d. Nov. 1816 ; and had issue 
1c to 7 c. 

lc. Edward Williams Hasell of Dalemain, J. P., D.L., Licut.-Col. Comdg. 
Westmorland and Cumberland Yco. Cav. and Chairman of Quarter Sessions, b. 
10 July 1796; d. 7 Ap. 1872 ; m. 12 July 1826, Dorothea, da. of Edward King of 
Hungcrhill, co. York, d. 15 June 1885 ; and had issue Id to Sd. 

Id. John Edward Hasell of Dalemain, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Cumberland 
1887, B.A. (Oxon.), late Capt. Westmorland and Cumberland Yeo. Cav. (Dalemain, 
Penrith), b. 19 Sept. 1839; m. 4 July 1877, Frances Maud, da. of Henry Flood of 
View Mount, co. Kilkenny ; and has issue lc to 2e. 

le. Dorothy Julia Hasell. 

2e. Eva Frances Hatton Hasell. 

2d. Rev. George Edmund Hasell, Rector of Aikton and Hon. Canon of Carlisle 
(Aikton Hall, Wigton, Cumberland), b. 26 Sept. 1847 ; m. 27 Oct. 1880, Helen, da. 
of the Rev. William Sinclair [and grandda. of Sir John Sinclair, 1st Bt. [G.B.], 
P.O., M.P., F.R.S.] ; and has issue \e to 2e. 

le. Edward William Hasell, Thomas Exhibitioner, Queen's Coll., Oxon., 1906, 
b. 16 Jan. 1888. 

2e. Godfrey Sinclair Hasell, b. 2 Nov. 1889. 

3d. Dorothea Hasell. 

id. Elizabeth Julia Hasell. 

5d. Alice Jane Hasell, m. 5 Sept. 1861, J. M. Formby. 

Qd. Mary Hasell, m. 28 Sept. 1854, W. Parker. 

Id. Henrietta Maria Hasell, m. June 1876, H. W. Verey, Official Referee. 

Sd. Frances Anne Hasell. 

2c. Christopher Hasell, Capt. Bengal Army, b. 1814; d (?s.p.)May 1861. 

3c. William Lowtlier Hasell, Capt. Bengal Army, d. (?s.p.) June 1849. 

[Nos. 29748 to 29759. 
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Cfte iMantagenet &0U 

4c. 1 Mary Anne Hasell, d. shortly before Oct. 1835; m. Sept. 1825, the Rev. 
Sir Christopher John Musgrave, 9th Bt. [E.], d. 11 May 1834 ; and had issue. 

See p. 197, Nos. 29520-29573. 

5c. 1 Julia Hasell, d. (? unm). 

6c. 1 /awe Hasell, d. (? unm.). 

7 c" Maria Hasell, d. Dec. 1855; m. 11 A p. 1836, Majw George Graham, 
Registrar-Gen. of Births, Marriages, and Deaths 1839-1879 [Bt. of Netherby Coll.], 
d. 20 May 1888 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 507, Nos. 34307-34310; and Essex Volume, Tudor 
Supplement, pp. 494-495, Nos. 34307-34310/3. 

2b. Eliza Hasell, d. (-) ; m. Richard Haughton (see below). 

2a. John Hasell, d. (?). 

3a. Julia Hasell, d. (-); m. Richard Haughton of Liverpool; and had (with 
possibly other) issue lb. 

lb. Richard Haughton, d. (-) ; m. Eliza (see above), da. of Christopher Hasell. 

4a. Jane Hasell, b. 22 Ap. 1745; d. 11 Aug. 1820; m. as 2nd wife, 3 Oct. 
1765, William Salmond, b. 4 Aug. 1737 ; d. 4 Aug. 1779 ; and had issue 16 to 2b. 

lb. James Hanson Salmond of Water foot, co. Cumberland, Major-General 
H.E.I.C.S., a distinguished Indian officer, was offered but declined a Baronetcy, b. 
17 Aug. 1766; d. 1 Nov. 1837; m. Is*, 2 July 1798, Louisa, da. of David Scott of 
Dunninald, M.P., d. June 1805 ; and had issue Ic. 

lc. James Salmond of Waterfoot, J -P., Lieut.-Col. Westmorland and Cumber- 
land Yeo. Cav., previously 2nd Dragoon Guards, &c, b. 15 June 1805; d. 24 Nov. 
1880; m. 16 Aug. 1832, Emma Isabella [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, 
K.G.], da. of D'Ewes Coke of Brookhill Hall, co. Derby, J. P., D.L., d. 8 Mar. 1886 ; 
and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 186-187, Nos. 3131-3176. 

26. Francis Salmond, Capt. H.E.I.C.S., and Master Attendant, Fort Marlbrd , 
Sumatra, b. 28 Nov. 1770; d. 23 Nov. 1823; m. 21 Dec. 1805, Anne, da. of Charles 
Salmond, d. 22 Aug. 1812 ; and had issue lc to 3c. 

lc. James William Salmond, Resident Councillor at Penang and Malacca, b. 
16 Aug. 1807; d. 12 Mar. 1848; m. 3 Oct. 1839, Fenella Cullen, da. of William 
Alexander Mackenzie of Sealwell and Strathgarve, co. Ross, d. (-) ; and had issue 
Id to 3d. 

Id. Francis Mackenzie Salmond, Lieut.-Col. Royal Scots Fusiliers, b. 11 Mar. 
1841 ; d. 1 Nov. 1900 ; m. 22 July 1868, Isabel Clara, sister of Sir R. C. Hart, V.C., 
da. of Lieut.-Gen. Henry George Hart of Netherby, co. Dorset ; and had issue le to 4c. 

lc Francis Mackenzie Salmond, b. 15 Oct. 1872. 

2c. Hubert Mackenzie Salmond, 6. 18 Dec. 1874. 

3c. Henry Bertram Salmond, 6. 8 Jan. 1878. 

4c. Isabel Frank Fenella Salmond. 

2d. Fenella Salmond. 

3d. Julia Maria Salmond, m. 27 Aug. 1879, the Rev. Theodore Crane Dupuis, 
Preb. of Wells and Vicar of Burnham (Burnham Vicarage, S.O., Somerset). 

2c. Louisa Jane Salmond, d. ( -) ; m. 1843, Andrew Grieve of Edinburgh, J. P. ; 
and had issue. 

3c. Emily Parker Salmond, b. 9 June 1812 ; d. 9 May 1863 ; m. 1850, the Rev. 
Charles Adam John Smith, Vicar of Macclesfield ; and had issue. 

[Nos. 29760 to 29872. 

107. Descendants, if any, of Barbara Musgkave (Table XII.), 
cl. ( - ) ; m. 1st, John Hogg of Scotland ; 2ndly, Chief Baron 


of &\)t Blooti iRopal 

108. Descendants of Anne Musgrave (Table XII.) d. 1780; m. 
Henry Aglionby of Nunnery, co. Cumberland, High Sheriff 
for that co. 1763, &c, b. 1715; d. 1770; and had issue 1« 
to 4a. 

la. Christopher Aglionby of Nunnery, d.s.p. 1785, last male of his family. 

2a. Elizabeth Aglionby, da. and co-h. in 1785, d. (? s.p.) 1822; m. (— ) 

3a. Anne Aglionby, da. and co-h. in 1785, d. (-); m. the Rev. Samuel Bate- 
man of Newbiggin Hall, co. Cumberland ; and had issue {apparently an only son) lb. 

lb. Henry Aglionby Baleman, afterwards Aglionby of Newbiggin Hall and 
Nunnery, M.P., b. 28 Dec. 1790; d. (?s.p.) 1854. 

4a. Mary Aglionby, da. and co-h. in 1785, d. 8 Sept. 1816; m. John Orfeur 
Yates of Skirwith Abbey, co. Cumberland ; and had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. Francis Yates, afterwards Aglionby of Nunnery, M.P., b. 1780; d. 1 July 
1840; m. 8 Feb. 1814, Mary, da. of John Matthews of Wigton Hall, co. Cumber- 
land, d. 20 Aug. 1854 ; and had issue (with an elder da. who d. unm.) Ic to 2c. 

Ic. Mary Aglionby, da. and co-h., d. 7 Aug. 1882 ; m. Ap. 1845, the Rev. Beilby 
Porteus, Canon of Carlisle, d. ( - ) ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. July Mary Porteus, da. and co-h., m. 27 Oct. 1869, Capt. James Mortimer 
Webster, 18th Royal Irish, s.p. 

2d. Mary Aglionby Porteus, da. and co-h., m. 28 Sept. 1880, Comm. the Hon. 
Henry Noel Shore, R.N. [3rd son of Charles John, 2nd Baron Teignmouth [I.]] 
{Mount Elton, Clevedon) ; and has issue le to 3c. 

le. Hugh Aglionby Shore, in Public Works Dept., India, b. 12 July 1881. 

2e. Lionel Henry Porteus Shore, Lieut. R.N., b. 18 Nov. 1882. 

3c. Noel Beilby Porteus Shore, Indian Police, b. 6 July 1887. 

3d. Emma Porteus, da. and co-h., m. 1-t, 20 Jan. 1880, Arthur Morres Hill, 
d. (-); 2ndly, (— ) Piatt, s.p. 

id. Henrietta Porteus, da. and co-h., m. Major-Gen. Robert Cole, Indian Army ; 
and has issue le to \e. 

le. Alan Aglionby Cole, b. 1886. 

2e. Humphrey Porteus Cole, b. 1894. 

3c. Ursula Cole. 

4c. Doris Grace Cole. 

2c. Jane Aglionby, da. and co-h., d. 21 May 1874; m. Ap. 1847, Charles 
F ether stonhaugh of Staffield Hall. Penrith, d. (-) ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Elizabeth Aglionbv Fetherstonhaugh, da. and h., d. 1885 ; m. 18 Oct. 1871, 
Col. Arthur Cooper, now (R.L. 11 Aug. 1885) Aglionby, of Staffield Hall and Draw- 
dykes, C.B., J.P. [Staffield Hall, Carlisle) ; and had issue le to 2e. 

le. Arthur Charles Aglionby, Bar. -at- Law, Capt. 3rd Batt. Connaught Rangers, 
b. 1872. 

2e. Constance Muriel Aglionby. 

26. John Yates of Virginia, U.S., b. at Skirwith Abbey, Cumberland, 3 Ap. 
1779 ; d. at Nunnery 6 July 1851 ; m. 7 Ap. 1803, Julia, da. of Robert W. Lovell of 
Fredericksburg, Virginia, d. 8 June 1866; and had issue {with 2 other sons and a 
da., Mrs. Keyes, who d.s.p.) Ic to 5c. 

Ic. Charles Yates, afterwards (1854) Aglionby, of Nunnery, b. at Germanna, 
Virginia, 4 June 1807; d. 30 Jan. 1891; m. 28 May 1844, Fanny, da. of Col. 
James W. Walker of Madison Co., Virginia, d. 29 Jan. 1902; and had issue 
Id to 3d. 

Id. Rev. Francis Keyes Aglionby, M.A., D.D., Vicar of Christ Church, West- 
minster, formerly Rector of Hampton Poyle, late of Nunnery, which he sold 1892 
' y l [Nos. 29873 to 29886. 


Cj)e jMantagenet IRoll 

{Christ Church Vicarage, Victoria Street, Westminster, S.W. ; Mount Pleasant, West 
Virginia, U.S.), b. 22 Nov. 1848 ; m. 9 Aug. 1876, Amy, da. of the Right Rev 
Edward Henry Bickersteth, Lord Bishop of Exeter; and has issue le to 7e. 

le. Francis Basil Aglionby, B.C.L., Solicitor, b. 25 July 1878. 

2e. Charles Edward Aglionby, Lieut. R.N., b. 26 June 1882. 

3c. John Orfeur Aglionby, b. 16 Mar. 1884. 

le. Arthur Hugh Aglionby, B.A. (Oxon.), b. 4 Nov. 1885. 

5e. Wilfred Henry Aglionby, b. 16 Ap. 1890. 

Qe. Rosa Frances Aglionby. 

le. Alice Mary Aglionby. 

2d. John Orfeur Aglionby, b. 1 Mar. 1851 ; unm. 

3d. Jeanette Elizabeth Aglionby. 

2c. Francis Yates of Flowing Springs, Jefferson Co., W. Va., Col. Virginia 
State Milita and a Member of the Virginian Senate, b. at Walnut Grove, Jefferson 
Co., W. Va., 24 Sept. 1811 ; d. at Flowing Springs 1 Jan 1892; m. 1st, 1840, Ann 
Elizabeth, da. of Bacon Burwell of Jefferson Co., d. at Flowing Springs 28 June 
1862 ; 2ndly, at Charlestown, 25 June 1863, Sydney Virginia, da. of Jabez Berry 
Rooker of co. Stafford, d. 22 Ap. 1899 ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. John Orfeur Yates, Confederate States Army, b. at Flowing Springs 22 A p. 
1845 ; d. at Gap View, in that co., Sept. 1899 ; m. at Wytheville 31 Oct. 1878, Emma 
(Roanoke, Virginia), da. of Col. Joseph Kent of Wythe Co., Va. ; and had issue le 
to 6c. 

le. Francis Yates, b. at Wytheville. 

2e. Joseph Kent Yates, b. at Wytheville. 

3c. Lewis Cochran Yates, b. at Wytheville. 

le. Frances Stuart Yates, m. 2 Jan. 1907, Wayte Bell Timberlake, Merchant 
(Staunton, Va.); and has issue If. 

If. Wayte Bell Timberlake, b. 23 Nov. 1908. 

5c. Marie Harrison Yates, unm. 

Qe. Bettie Montgomery Yates, unm. 

2d. Arthur Bacon Yates (Fredericksburg, Virginia), b. at Flowing Springs 
28 July 1848 ; m. at Fredericksburg 23 Ap. 1872, Susan, da. of James Hord Bradley 
of Fredericksburg, Ya. ; and has issue lc to 4c. 

le. Lucilla Bradley Yates, unm. 

le. Ann Burwell Yates, m. at Washington, D.C., 2 June 1898, Alpheus Wilson 
Embrey of Fredericksburg ; and has issue If to if. 

If. Alpheus Wilson Embrey, b. in Fredericksburg 13 Feb. 1901. 

2/. Wilford Smith Embrey, b. there 24 Aug. 1907. 

3/. Anne Elizabeth Embrey. 

4/. Susan Julia Embrey. 

3c. Mary Louise Yates, m. Louis Albert van Ericksen ; and has issue If. 

If. Mary Louisa van Ericksen, b. in Birmingham, Alabama, 18 Jan. 1900. 

4c. Susan Mallory Yates, unm. 

3d. 1 Janet Burwell Yates, b. in Jefferson Co. afsd., m. at Flowing Springs 1 Nov. 
1870, Charles Valentine Wagner of Baltimore, Maryland, Cotton Broker, formerly 
Confederate States Army, served four years and six weeks under Generals Robert 
E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson (1649 Amsterdam Avenue,lilst Street, New York), s.p. 

id. 1 Octavia Latane Yates (Woodville, Rappahannock Co., Virginia), b. at 
Flowing Springs afsd. ; m. 29 Oct. 1868, William Stephenson Mason of Charlestown, 
Jefferson Co., Stock Raiser, formerly Confederate States Army ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Anne Isnbelle Mason, b. in Charlestown afsd. ; unm. 

2c. Margaret Duncan Mason, b. in Charlestown afsd. ; unm. 

3e. Virginia Stephenson Mason, b. in Glen Ayre, Rapp. Co., Va. ; unm. 

[Nos. 29887 to 29917. 

of Cl)e Blooti i&opal 

5d° Mary Brooke Yates, b. at Flowing Springs afsd. 8 Jan. 1866; m. there 
14 Oct. 1891, Adrian Garrett Wynkoop, Attorney-at-Law (306 South Samuel Street, 
Charlestown, W. Va.) ; and has issue \e to be. 

le. Adrian Garrett Wynkoop, b. 20 Nov. 1893. 

2e. Francis Yates Wynkoop, b. 28 July 1899. 

3e. Brooke Lovell Wynkoop, b. 3 Aug. 1902. 

Ae. Sydney Virginia Wynkoop. 

5e. Julia Yates Wynkoop. 

3c. Janet Yates, b. <ri Fox Neck, Culpepper Co., Va., 12 Jan. 180-1 ; d. 25 Fc&. 
1875; m. $» Jefferson Co.., W. Va., 19 Oct. 1826, George Brooke Beall of Walnut 
Grove, Jefferson Co., W. Va., b. 1802 ; d. 20 Aug. 1855 ; and had issue{with 2 o/fcer 
sous fl»(f 2 das. d. «/n«.) lrf to 5d. 

Id. Hezekiah Beall {Wortham, Texas), b. 17 Aug. 1830; m. 1st, 4 May 1869, 
Nancy Jane, da. of William O. Alexander of Freestone Co., Texas, d.s.p.s. 1870; 
2ndly, 9 Aug. 1870, Arthurilla Wilmoth, da. of Thomas Petigrew Groves of Free- 
stone Co., afsd. ; and has issue (with a son and da. d. young) \e to le. 

\e. George Brooke Beall (Armarillo, Texas), b. 21 Feb. 1872; unm. 

2e. William Willis Beall, b. 15 June 1879 ; unm. 

3e. John Yates Beall, b. 2 July 1882 ; in. at Wortham, Texas, 20 July 1902, 
Eva Alice, da. of ( — ) Evans of Wortham ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. George William Beall, b. 19 May 1908. 

2/. Ruth Elizabeth Beall, b. 29 May 1903. 

3/. Lillian Adina Beall, b. 15 Aug. 1905. 

ie. Mary Yates Beall, unm. 

5e. Emma Webb Beall, m. at Wortham afsd. 16 Oct. 1898, John Thomas 
Bounds (Wortham, Texts) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. Kenneth Bounds, b. 22 Aug. 1902. 

2/. Thomas Allen Bounds, b. 27 July 1904. 

3/. Charles Hezekiah Bounds, b. 29 Ap. 1908. 

Qe. Annie Elizabeth Beall, num. 

le. Julia Lovell Beall, unm. 

2d. John Yates Beall, Confederate States Navy, b. 1 Jan. 1835 ; d. unm. (being 
taken prisoner at Suspension Bridge, N.Y., and shot in Governor's Island) 24 Feb. 

3d. Mary Yates Keyes Beall (Charlestown, W. Virginia), b. 2 Jan. 1829 ; unm. 

id. Anne Orfeur Beall, b. 24 June 1839 ; m. 1 Dec. 1870, David E. Henderson, 
formerly Confederate States Army (Charlestown, W. Virginia) ; and has issue. 

U. Elizabeth Beall (Charlestown, W. Virginia), b. 6 Mar. 1842 ; in. 26 Ap. 
1881, Richard Henderson, Confederate States Army, d. 22 June 1905. 

4c. Anne Yates, b. at Walnut Grove, Jefferson Co., Virginia, 15 July 1815; 
d. at Sunny Side, Madison Co., Virginia, 13 Ap. 1857; m. 18 Nov. 1847, the Rev. 
William Thomas Leavell, d. at Hedgesville, Berkeley Co., W. Va., 25 Aug. 1899 ; 
and had issue Id to od. 

Id. William Thomas Leavell, B.L., M.A., and Medalist, of Washington and 
Lee University, Lexington, Va., d. 4 Feb. 1900; m. 14 Ap. 1898, Lucy Nelson, da. 
of Robert Nelson Pendleton ; and had issue 1 e. 

\e. William Thomas Leavell (a da.), b. posthumous. 

2d. Rev. Francis Keyes Leavell, in Holy Orders of the American Episcopal 
Church, M.A., Medalist Washington and Lee University, d. 19 Dec. 1886 ; m. 
Elizabeth Hunter, da. of Charles Thurston ; and had issue le. 

le. Elizabeth Hunter Leavell. 

M. Julia Yates Leavell (Charlestown, W. Virginia), m. at Media, Jefferson 
Co., W. Virginia, 12 Oct. 1869, Major Edward H. McDonald, late 11th Virginian 
Cavalry, Confederate States Army; and has issue le to 10tf. [Nos. 29918 to 29943. 

C!)e jMantagenet i&oll 

le. Edward Leavell McDonald, b. 3 Sept. 1870. 

2e. William Thomas McDonald, b. 6 Aug. 1875. 

•Se. Angus William McDonald, b. 2 May 1877. 

ie. Peerce Naylor McDonald, b. 5 July 1879. 

5e. Marshall Wood row McDonald (Louisville, Kentucky), b. 24 Aug. 1884. 

Ge. John Yates McDonald, b. 10 Jan. 1887. 

le. Francis Leavell McDonald, b. 28 May 1891. 

8e. Annie Yates McDonald. 

9e. Julia Terrill McDonald. 

lOe. Mary Aglionby McDonald. 

id. Anne Elizabeth Leavell, m. 30 Oct. 1874, John Moncure Daniel, Clerk of 
Circuit Court, Jefferson Co., W. Va., formerly Confederate States Army {Charles- 
town, West Virginia) ; and has issue le to Qe. 

le. William Aglionby Daniel, b. in Jefferson Co. 11 July 1878. 

2e. John Moncure Daniel, b. 26 May 1883; m. 15 Dec. 1908, Margaret, da. of 
the Rev. Richard Wilde Micou, D.D., Professor at Episcopal Theological Seminary, 
Fairfax Co., W. Va. 

3e. Francis Warwick Daniel, b. 4 July 1886. 

4e. Anne Leavell Daniel. 

5e. Elizabeth Julia Daniel. 

6e. Mary Mildred Daniel. 

5d. Mary Aglionby Leavell, d. 10 Mar. 1900; m. at Zion Church, Charles- 
town, W. Virginia, 31 Oct. 1884. Capt. William R. Johnson, formerly Confederate 
States Army (The Crescent, West Virginia) ; and had issue le to ie. 

It'. William Ransom Johnson. 

2e. John Pegram Johnson. 

3e. Francis Leavell Johnson. 

ie. Mary Aglionby Johnson. 

be. Julia Yates, b. at Walnut Grove afsd. 25 July 1819 ; d. there 3 June 1895 ; 
m. there 1 Oct. 1839, William Lovell Terrill, b. at Fredericksburg, Va., 9 Mar. 1815 ; 
d. 15 Feb. 1890; and had issue (with a son, John Uriel, d. unm. 15 Nov. 1878, and 
a da., Anne Elizabeth, d. unm. 10 Feb. 1900) Id. 

Id. Julia Lovell Terrill (Charles Town, West Virginia, U.S.A.). 

[Nos. 29944 to 29965. 

109. Descendants, if any, of Elizabeth Musgrave (Table XII.), 

d. (-); m. 1st, Edward Spragge of Greenwich; 2ndly, 
John Johnstone of London. 

110. Descendants of Dorothy Musgrave (Table XII.), b. c. 1727 ; d. 

31 Oct. 1799; bur. at St. Thomas' Church, Salisbury, M.I. ; 
m. the Rev. William Wroughton, Rector of Welbourn, co. 
Lincoln [son of the Rev. Charles Wroughton, Rector of Cod- 
ford St. Peter, co. Wilts, 1681-1729], b. 1716 ; d. 3 Aug. 
1770 ; and had issue la to 5a. 

la. Rev. Philip Wroughton, b. 1758; d. 6 June 1812; m. 1788, Mary Anne 
(see p. 203), da. of the Rev. Chardin Musgrave, D.D., d. 28 Dec. 1841 ; and had issue. 

See p. 203, Nos. 29707-29749. 

'2a. George Wroughton of Adwick-le-Streel, near Doncaster, Col. 3rd West York 
Militia, b. at West Wycombe c. 1759; d. at Newington 24 Oct. 1816; m. in India 
17 Ap. 17 '87, Diana Elizabeth, da. of the Rev. Thomas Denton, M.A., Rector of 
Ashtead, Surrey, d. 5 June 1849; and had issue (with 4 sons and 2 das- d.s.p.) 16 
to 6b. [Nos. 29966 to 30006. 


of €l)e BIooD iftopal 

16. Robert Wroughton, Major 69th Bengal Infantry, and Dep. Survevor-Gen. 
of India, b. at Adwick 2 Aug. 1797; d. at Futteghur, Bengal, 14 Feb. 1850; m. 
Sophia, da. of Capt. Wright ; and had issue (with 2 sons who d.s.p.) \c to 6c. 

If. Frederic Turner Wroughton, C.B., Col. in the Army, b. 20 Mar. 1821 ; d. 
17 Sept. 1878 ; m. Sarah Cecilia Ann, da. of ( — ) Fassell, d. in Christchurch, N.Z., 
1908; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Cecil Frederick Maurice Wroughton, Manager Union Bank, Ashburton 
(Ashburton, N.Z.), b. 2 May 1859; m. Ap. 1891, Fanny Theresa, da. of the Hon. 
Alfred de Bathe Brandon of Wellington, N.Z.; and has issue \e to 2e. 

le Frederick Brandon Wroughton, b. 21 Nov. 1897. 

2e. Lucy Cecilia Wroughton, b. 24 Mar. 1892. 

2d. Eva Hannah Wroughton, m. George Callender of Christchurch, N.Z. 

3d. Mabel Fanny Wroughton, in. James Callender of Invercargill, N.Z. ; and 
has issue. 

id. Lilian Emma Wroughton, ;». ( — ) Addley of Christchurch, N.Z. 

2c. Robert Chardin Wroughton, Gen. in the Army, b. 3 Sept. 1822 : d. Nov. 
1871, m. Sarah, da. of Col. R. L. Stacy, C.B., A.D.C. ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Robert Charles Wroughton, Indian Forest Service (16 Spencer Mansions, 
Queen's Club Gardens, W.), m.s.p. 

2d. Henry Bruce Wroughton, Capt. R.N. (Ireland), m.s.p. 

3d. Lewis Wroughton, Secretary to Basutoland Govt. (Maseru, Basutoland), 
b. (— ) ; m. 25 Ap. 1902, Frances Charlotte, da. of (— ) Lloyd ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Robert Lewis Wroughton. 

2e. Henry Banastre Wroughton. 

id. Edith Isabella Wroughton, m. Edward Turner (Willbrcok, Estcourt, Natal) ; 
and has issue (9 children). 

3c. Charles Nesbitt Wroughton, R.N., b. 4 Sept. 1835, went to New Zealand, 
and has not since been heard of. 

4c. Sophia Isabella Wroughton, b. at Goruckpur, India, 26 July 1826; d. 
22 Dec. 1879; m. at Allyghur. India, 15 Feb. 1848, Capt. George William Wright 
Fulton, Bengal Engineers, b. 23 Nov. 1825 ; d. (being killed at the siege of Lucknow) 
14 Sept. 1857 ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

\d. Frederick Fulton (Napier, New Zealand), b. 1 June 1850; unm. 

2d. Robert Fulton, Col. Indian Army (Mitcham Lodge, Kimbolton Avenue, 
Bedford), b. 12 July 1852 ; m. 7 July 1894, Blanche Eleanor Moffatt, da. of Col. D. 
W. Martin, 75th Regt. ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. John Oswald Fulton, b. 16 July 1897. 

2c. Gwendoline Fulton, b. 19 Jan. 1896. 

3d. William Wright Fulton (Taitimu, Mangaweka, Rangitiki, New Zealand), 
b. 30 May 1854; m. 1879, Helen, da. of R. Bett of Marton, N.Z. ; and has issue le 
to 4 c. 

le. Heward Fulton, b. 9 June 1880. 

2e. Norman Fulton, b. 23 Mar. 1883. 

3c. Frederick Robert Fulton, b. 2 June 1890. 

4c. George William Wright Fulton, b. 7 Mar. 1901. 

id. George Sibley Fulton (Marton, Wanganui, New Zealand), b. 27 Sept. 
1857 ; unm. 

5d. Ellen Charlotte Fulton, m. 1881, Charles William Wallace of Messrs. R. 
G. Shaw & Co., of 88 Bishopsgate Street Within (6 Langford Place, St. John's 
Wood, N.W.) ; and has issue le to 5c. 

lc. Charles William Wallace. 

2c. Robert Wallace. 

3c. Helen Charlotte Wallace. 

4c. Tara Wallace. 

5c. Jessie Helen Wallace. [Nos. 30007 to 30034. 

21 I 

%\>t fMantagenet moil 

5c. Ellen Wroughton, b. 29 Oct. 1837; d. at Dunedin, N.Z., 20 Nov. 1887; m. 
«< Mecan Meer, Punjaub, 13 /<?«. 1858, Lieut.-Gen. John Fulton, B.A., b. 4 Oct. 
1827; d. atf Christchurch, N.Z., I A July 1899; a«tf /;«rf issue (with a son and da. 
d.s.p.) Id to 8d. 

Id. Sydney Wroughton Fulton, Stockbroker (369 Collins Street, Melbourne, 
Victoria), b. 30 Jan. 1859 ; m. at St. Columba's, Hawthorne, Victoria, 3 Jan. 1894, 
Elizabeth Maude, da. of John Simpson Armstrong, Q.C., Bar .-at- Law ; and has 
issue le to 3c. 

le. Sheelah Alice Wroughton Fulton, b. at Brighton, Victoria, 20 Jan. 1895. 

2e. Eileen Maude Wroughton Fulton, b. at Heidelberg, Victoria, 16 Oct. 1896. 

3c. Lorna Hope Wroughton Fulton, b. at Melbourne 23 Nov. 1899. 

2d. Perceval James Fulton (Warrnambool, Victoria), b. at Amritsur, India, 
26 Mar. 1860; unm. 

3d. Walter Menzies Fulton (Box 5465, Johannesburg), b. at Amritsur afsd. 
30 Oct. 1866 : in. in St. John's Cathedral, Napier, N.Z., 21 Nov. 1896, Adele, 
Gwendoline (see p. 103), da. of Horace William Baker, s.p. 

id. Onslow Henry C'rofton Fulton (Wallsend, New South Wales), b. at Amritsur 
afsd. 21 Mar. 1868; unm. 

5d. Harry Townsend Fulton, D.S.O., Major 2nd Batt. 2nd Gurkhas, b. at 
Dalhousie, India, 15 Mar. 1869; m. at St. Thomas' Cathedral, Bombay, 1905, Ada 
Hermina, da. of John Dixon of Auckland, N.Z. 

Qd. Bertram Sproule Fulton, National Bank of South Africa (Pretoria), b. at 
Lee, co. Kent, 12 June 1871; m. at Wellington, N.Z., 1902, Lillian, da. of (—) 
Loveday ; and has issue It'. 

le. Hylma AdMe Fulton, b. 1906. 

Id. Ethel Ann Fulton. 

M. Hilda Caroline Fulton, m. 15 Sept. 1908, Richard Bohm of the New Zealand 
and. Union S.S.C. Service (Wellington, N.Z.); and has issue \e. 

le. John Richard Fulton Bohm, b. at Auckland, N.Z., 24 June 1909. 

6c. Fanny Wroughton, b. 8 Jan. 1844; d. at Ealing 11 Nov. 1897; m. at 
Amritsur, Punjaub, 7 Nov. 1863, Col. Oswald Menzies, Indian Aimy (32 Mount 
Park Road, Ealing) ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Georgina Fanny Menzies, m. 7 Nov. 1889, Robert Loraine Ker; and has 
issue le to Se. 

le. Thomas Menzies Ker, b. 12 July 1899. 

2e. Margaret Ker, b. 31 May 1891. 

3e. Joan Ker, b. 19 Sept. 1892. 

ie. Elsie Ker, b. 28 Mar. 1894. 

5e. Phyllis Ker, b. 25 Mar. 1897. 

6c. Helen Ker, b. 7 Ap. 1901. 

le. Doris Ker, b. 15 Oct. 1903. 

8c. Ruth Ker, b. 15 May 1905. 

2d. Eliza Marion Menzies, m. 4 Dec. 1894, Capt. Julian Stuart Dallas, Indian 
Army; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Juliet Dallas. 

2e. Eileen Dallas. 

3d. Alice Norah Menzies, unm. 

2b. John Chardin Wroughton, H.E.LC.S., b. at Adwick 19 May 1799; d. 
at Paris 30 Nov. 1854; m. 2ndly, 1835, Georgina Grace, da. of the Hon. Henry 
Chamier, Member of Council, Madras, d. at Coimbatore 6 Dec. 1847 ; and had 
issue (with 2 sons who d.s.p.) lc to 4c. 

lc. William Nesbitt Wroughton, Col. Indian Army (1 Lansdowne Road, Bed- 
ford), b. at Ootacamund 6 Feb. 1840; m. 1 Oct. 1859, Morgiana C, da. of Col. J. 
Bird ; and has issue (with a son d.s.p.) Id to Id. [Nos. 30035 to 30061. 


of €i)e Blood mopal 

Id. Henry William Frank Wroughton, in Salt Revenue Dept. (Bellary, India), 
b. 8 Aug. 1860; m. at Coonoor, Nilgiris, S. India, 1 June 1887, Edith Amy, da. of 
James Tavenor Nash ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Eric Nisbitt Macleod Wroughton, b. 10 Mar. 1888. 

2e. John Henry Theodore Wroughton, b. 22 Aug. 1892. 

3e. Edith Margaret Grace Wroughton, 

2d. Theodore Ambrose Wroughton, Canadian Rifles, b. 1862; m.s.p. 

3d. William Haultain Wroughton. M.D. (Witheral, Carlisle), b. 1871 ; m. Edith, 
da. of ( — ) Havers ; and has issue le to 3e.] 

le. John Wroughton. 

le. William Edward Wroughton. 

3e. Dorothy Wroughton. 

id. Arthur Oliver Bird Wroughton, Capt. R.A.M.C. (Osborne), b. 29 Oct. 1872 ; 
m. 23 Aug. 1905, Roberta, da. of Major-Gen. William Stenhouse, s.p. 

5d. Morgiana Lilian Wroughton, b. 1864; m. at Bangalore 25 July 1882, [Sir] 
Bannatyne Macleod, I.C.S., M.A. (Camb.), Bar.-at-Law, a District Magistrate, and 
by descent 6th Bt. [S. 1723] J (Madras) ; and has issue le to le. 

le. William Bannatyne Macleod, Lieut. Indian Army, b. at Bangalore 1883. 

le. Roland Theodore Wroughton Macleod, b. 1900. 

3e. Nesbitt Bannatyne Wroughton Macleod, b. in India. 

ie. Alan James Macleod, b. in England. 

5e. Alexander Macleod, 6. in England. 

Ge. Marguerita Lilian Chamier Macleod. 

7e. Meriel Clare Wroughton Macleod. 

6d. Grace Augusta Wroughton, m. 1st, July 1891, Arthur Augustus Hewer, 
M.D., d. 1 July 1894 ; 2ndly, 5 May 1906, Ernest Leonard Mahon, Tea Planter 
(Coorg, S. India) ; and has issue le. 

le. John Arthur Langton Wroughton Hewer, b. 21 Ap. 1892. 

Id. Frances Meriel Wroughton, m. 1893/4, Major Leslie Warner Yale Campbell, 
Indian Army [son of Major-Gen. Alexander Campbell] ; and has issue (with 2 das. 
d. young) le to ie. 

le. Kenneth Leslie Campbell. 

2e. Duncan Francis Lisle Campbell. 

3e. Joan Leslie Campbell, b. in India. 

ie. Helen Patricia Campbell, b. Aug. 1909. 

2c. Francis John Wroughton, Col. Comdg. 9th Madras N.I., b. at Coimbatore 
16 Aug. 1841 ; d. at Rangoon 12 June 1887; m. at Tonghoo 28 Sept. 1875, Mar- 
garet Georgina, da. of John Algie of Lisduff, co. Galway ; and had issue 7 children, 
now dispersed in Cape Town, Basutoland, and the West Coast of Africa. 

3c. Arthur Frederic Wroughton, b. at Coimbatore 24 May 1844 ; d. at South 
Norwood 12 Ap. 1907,8; m. 1st, Donata C. S., da. of N. Armstrong, 30lh Regt. ; 
2ndly, Clara, da. of ( — ) Wildgoose ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. 1 Stuart Abercrombie Wroughton, b. in Canada 16 May 1875. 

2d. 1 Charles Wetherall Wroughton, b. in Canada 17 May 1877. 

3d. 2 Chardin Wroughton, b. 7 Dec. 1899. 

4c. Grace Matilda Wroughton, b. at Coimbatore 17 Aug. 1845 ; d. at Brighton 
13 Oct. 1893/4; m. 1863, Capt. Charles Mayvore Smith, d. (-); and had issue 
(1 son and 4 das.) Id to bd. 

Id. Charles Wroughton Smith. 

2d. Alice Smith. 

3d. Minnie Smith. 

id. Mabel Smith. 

5d. Rosalind Zeima Smith. [Nos. 30062 to 30094. 

1 Ruvigny's "Jacobite Peerage," p. 110. 

Clje jMantagenet ftoll 

36. Nesbitt Wronghton, Capt. 5th Madras Light Cavalry, b. at Adwick 11 Feb. 
1811 ; d. in London 16 Aug. 1855 ; m. at Sholapore, India, 18 Jan. 1844, Jane, da. 
of Edward Armstrong of the Hook, Applegirth, co. Dumfries, Advocate, and Sheriff 
for that afsd. co., A. at Jauhiah, India, 23 Nov. 1853 ; and had issue {with 2 sons, 
Nevill Nesbitt Armstrong, Forest Ranger (1st Grade) in Punjaub, b. at Sholapore 
10 June 1845; d.s.p. at Jhehtm, N.W.P., 12 Aug. 1871; and George Char din 
Murray, b. 1848 ; d. at Jaulnah, Madras, Nov. 1853) \c. 

\c. Meriel Matilda Catherine Wroughton (Adwick Villa, Harrow Road, Sud- 
bury), m. at the British Legation, Brussels, 19 July 1888, Major Crommelin Henry 
Ricketts, Madras S.C., d.s.p. 11 Ap. 1892. 

46. Barbara Charlotte Wroughton, b. at Adwick 8 Ap. 1796; d. at Guernsey 
16 Ap. 1872; m. 24 July 1823, the Rev. James Steuart Murray Anderson of 
Brighton, M.A., d. at Bonn 22 Sept. 1869; and had issue (with 2 elder sons d.s.p.) 
\c to 3c. 

If. Rev. Fortescue Lennox Macdonald Anderson, Rector of St. Baldred's, 
North Berwick, b. 15 June 1832 ; d. 17 June 1899 ; m. 1st, 23 May 1865, Charlotte 
Frances, da. of William Fisher, d. 31 July 1872 ; 2ndly, 6 Oct. 1882, Emma, da. of 
John Sidley ; and had issue (with a 2nd da. d. unm.) Id to &d. 

Id. 1 Lennox Stuart Anderson, Sec. Royal Portrush Golf Club (Portrush, Ire- 
land), b. 3 Sept. 1870 ; m. 1895, Mary Louisa, da. of William Black Ferguson ; and 
has issue le to 2e. 

\e. Bernard Stuart Anderson, b. 22 Mar. 1896. 

2e. James Fortescue Stuart Anderson, b. 19 Sept. 1906. 

2d.' 2 Fortescue Wroughton Anderson (76 Pearl Street, Toronto, Canada), b. 
3 Aug. 1883 ; m. 23 Oct. 1909, Elizabeth Florence, da. of John Cobourg McKendry 
of Ontario. 

3d. 1 Helen Charlotte Maud Anderson, m. 6 Jan. 1891, George Gordon Robert- 
son, Chartered Accountant (St. Baldred's, Mitcham, Surrey) ; and has issue le 
to 2e. 

le. Lennox Gordon Robertson, b. 15 Nov. 1894. 

2e. Maud Marian Schoedde Gordon Robertson, b. 17 Dec. 1891. 

id. 1 Meriel Anderson, m. 6 Oct. 1885, the Rev. Cecil William Nash, Rector 
of Kincardine O'Neil (Kincardine O'Neil Rectory, Aberdeenshire) ; and has issue 
le to 3e. 

le. Thomas Stuart Nash, b. 27 Mar. 1889. 

2e. George Cecil Nash, b. 31 Dec. 1897. 

3e. Meriel Eileen Ella Vere Nash, b. 5 Aug. 1886. 

5d. 1 Florence Wroughton Anderson, m. Aug. 1893, Major Charles Edward 
Sawyer (Grancy Villa, Lausanne) ; and has issue It' to 3g. 

le. Edward Sawyer, b. 1896. 

2e. Dagmar Morwena Alice Sawyer, b. Sept. 1894. 

3e. Brenda Hildegarde Sawyer, b. 1899. 

6d. 1 Blanch Anderson (Salthorpe House, Wroughton, near Swindon), unm. 

Id.- Barbara Wroughton Anderson, m. 5 Jan. 1907, Allen Wynard Gardener 
(Columbia, Isle of Pines, West Indies) ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Violet Allen Gardener, b. 7 Jan. 1908. 

2e. Barbara Allen Gardener, b. 26 Aug. 1909. 

8d.' 2 Diana Wroughton Anderson, unm. 

2c. Musgrave Wroughton Anderson of Studley Park, Melbourne, b. 1837 ; d. 
1870; m. in Australia 1860, Charlotte, da. of the Hon. Henry Miller of Melbourne 
[who m. 2ndly, 17 Dec. 1872, the Hon. Sir Henry John Wrixon, K.C.M.G., Presi- 
dent Legislative Council of Victoria] ; and had issue (with a son d. young) Id to 2d. 
Id. Lilian Charlotte Anderson, m. 13 Feb. 1889, Alan Sidney Wentworth 

[Nos. 30095 to 30116. 

of Cfte Blood i&opal 

Stanley, J.P., Capt. and lion. Major 4th Batt. Suffolk Regt. {Chesterfield House, 
Great Chesterfield, Essex ; Wellington); and has issue (with a son ( /. young) le. 
le. Alan Wroughton Wentworth Stanley, b. 3 Jan. 1891. 

2d. Helen Maud Anderson, m. 18 Dec. 1890, Charles Wentworth Stanley, 
formerly of Longstowe Hall, co. Camb., J.P., D.L., M.A. (Camb.), Capt. and Hon. 
Major 4th Batt. Suffolk Regt. (Merton Grange, Gamlingay, co. Camb. ; Wellington) ; 
and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Charles Sidney Bowen Wentworth Stanley, b. 20 Jan. 1892. 

2e. Barbara Charlotte Wentworth Stanley, /;. 31 Jan. 1901. 

3c. Diana Matilda Anderson, m. 3 May 1854, Randolph Robinson {Waldeck 
House, 19 South Parade, Southsea) ; and has issue \d. 

Id. Maud Robinson, m. 15 Nov. 1881, John Ross Divett (43 St. Ronan's Road, 
Southsea); and has issue le. 

le. Randolph Divett, R.N., b. 17 May 1883. 

56. Diana Denton Turner Wroughton, b. at Doncaster 5 Feb. 1801 ; d. 27 May 
1819 ; m. as 1st wife, 1818, Lieut.-Gen. James Eckford, C.B., d. 2 June 1867 ; and 
had issue lc. 

1c. George Henry Eckford, Indian C.S., b. 24 Aug. 1818; d. 18 Oct. 1877; m. 
June 1837, Catherine, da. of James Haldane, d. 31 May 1897; and had issue Id. 

Id. Emily Jane Eckford (Rosario, 30 St. Ronan's Road, Southsea), m. at Patna, 
Bengal, 24 Nov. 1864, Col. Andrew David Geddes, Col. Comdg. 83rd Regimental 
District, Belfast, formerly 27th Inniskillings, d. at Belfast 23 Dec. 1888: and has 
issue (with a son, Cosmo Gordon, and 2 das. Marion Margaret and Caroline Gordon, 
d. mini.) le to 8e. 

le. Ernest David Eckford Geddes, Capt. and Brevet-Major R.M.A., b. 15 Nov. 

2e. Malcolm Henry Burdett Geddes, Capt. 64th Pioneers, Indian Army, b. 
20 Feb. 1874; m. 21 Oct. 1905, Annie Vera Eleanor, da. of Col. James Christie, 
Indian Army ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Andrew James Wray Geddes, b. 31 July 1906. 

2/. Eleanor Lilian Lorna Geddes. 

3e. Emily Ethel Geddes, m. 8 Oct. 1902, Capt. Edward Augustus Alfred de 
Salis, D.S.O., 4th Batt. Worcestershire Regt. {Imperial Service Club), s.p. 

4e. Diana Catherine Geddes, unm. 

5e. Violet Alice Geddes, m. 30 June 1903, Capt. Frederick Lewis Dibblee, 
R.M.A. ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. David Lewis Dibblee, b. 10 Sept. 1909. 

2/. Margaret Emily Dibblee. 

6c. Lilian Maud Geddes, d. 4 July 1907; m. 20 Nov. 1901, Lieut. Lionel 
Berkeley Holt Haworth, Indian Army, attached to Political Dept. Indian Govt. ; 
and had issue If to 2/. 

1/. Cyril Francis Rafe Haworth, b. 3 Sept. 1902. 

2/. Radclyffe Lionel Geddes Haworth, b. 7 Aug. 1904. 

le. Mabel Ada Geddes, m. 11 Ap. 1908, Lieut. Cyril Charles Johnson Barrett, 
Indian Army, attached to Political Dept. Indian Govt. {Bombay) : and has issue 1/. 
1/. Edwin Cyril Geddes Barrett, b. 15 Feb. 1909. 
8e. Gwendoline Olivia Geddes, unm. 

6b. Mary Frances Matilda Wroughton, b. at Adwick 15 Sept. 1806 ; d. at 
Brighton Ap. 1872; m. her cousin, the Rev. Robert Abercrombie Denton, d. 25 Feb. 
1857 ; and had issue {with two sons d. young) lc to 2c. 

lc. Sir George Chardin Denton, K.C.M.G., Governor of the Gambia, formerly 
Capt. 57th Regt. {Government House, Bathurst, Gambia), b. 22 June 1851 ; m. July 

[Nos. 30117 to 30139. 


Ct)e i^lantagenet IRoll 

1879, Jean Margaret Alan, da. of Alan Stevenson, d. 19 July 1900; and had issue 
Id to 2d. 

Id. George Clarke Denton, b. 22 Ap. 1881. 

2d. Julia Maud Mary Denton. 

2c. Julia Sibella Denton (Hilltop, Headington Hill, Oxford), m. 1886, Fitzjames 
E. Watt, Commissary Gen., d.s.p. Mar. 1902. 

3a. Francis Wroughton, H.E.I.C.S., d. (? s.p.) in India. 

4a. Catherine Wroughton, d. ( - ) ; m. as 1st wife, 1786, the Rev. Robert Price, 
LL.D., Preb. of Durham [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G.], d. 7 Ap. 
1823 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 361-362, Nos. 12329-12372. 

5a. (_) Wroughton, d. (-) ; m. Capt. Mainwaring. 1 [Nos. 30140 to 30186. 

111. Descendants of Barbara Musgrave (Table XIII.), (/. (-); m. 

as 2nd wife, 1720, Thomas Howard of Corby Castle, co. Cum- 
berland [U. of Norfolk Coll.] (see p. 402), d. 1740; and had 
issue la. 

la. Philip Howard of Corby Castle, b. 1730 ; d. 8 Jan. 1810 ; m. 11 Nov. 1754, 
Anne [descended from the Lady Ann, sister of King Edward IV., &c.\ da. of Henry 
Witham of Cliff e ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 558-559, Nos. 49774-49891. 

[Nos. 30187 to 30304. 

112. Descendants of George Musgrave, Storekeeper of the Ordnance 

at Chatham (Table XIII.), d, (-) ; m. Sarah, widow of Lieut. 
Young, da. of Benjamin Rosell ; and has issue \a to 3a. 

la. Joseph Musgrave of Kypier, d. ( - ) ; m. Jane (see p. 200), da. of Sir Philip 
Musgrave, 6th Bt. [£.]. 

2a. Thomas Musgrave. 

da. George Musgrave, M.P. for Carlisle 23 Mar. 1768 to 30 Sept. 1774; d. 
( - ) ; m. (— ), da. of (— ) ; and had issue lb. 

lb. George Musgrave of Marylebone and Shillington Manor, co. Bedford, J .P., 
and High Sheriff 1828, b. 8 Sept. 1769; d. 27 June 1861; m. 19 Aug. 1790, 
Margaret, da. of Edmund Kennedy of Grafton, d. 19 Sept. 1859 ; and had issue Ic 
to 5c. 

Ic. Rev. George Musgrave of Shillington Manor and Borden Hall, co. Kent, 
M.A. (Oxon.), Translator of Homer's " Oyyssey," &c, b. 1 July 1798; d. 26 Dec. 
1883 ; m. 1st, 4 July 1827, -Charlotte Emily, da. of Thomas Oakes, Senior Member 
of Council and President of the Board of Revenue, Madras ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Edward Musgrave of Shillington Manor, b. 26 Ap. 1835 ; d. (-) ; m. July 
1860, Henrietta Maria, da. of John Teschemaker of Aunsfert, British Guiana, D.C.L., 
d. ( - ) ; and had issue le to 3e. 

le. Horace Edgar Musgrave of Shillington Manor, co. Beds, and Borden Hall, 
co. Kent, Painter, New Brighton, Christchurch (Orari, South Canterbury, New 

[No.' 30305. 

1 These particulars are taken from a MS. pedigree lent by Philip Wroughton 
of Woolley and endorsed : " This pedigree was drawn out by and is in the hand- 
writing of my late brother, Charles Jackson, Esq., of Doncaster, from original 
information supplied by John White, Esq., of Doncaster, brother-in-law of Col. 
George Wroughton of Adwicke-le-Street. Mr. White's notes are in my possession. 
— J. E. Jackson, Leigh Delamere, Wilts, October 28, 1883," and now amplified and 
brought down as far as possible. 


of %\\t Bioot) ftopal 

Zealand), b. 3 Sept. 1861 ; m. 8 Ap. 1891, Cecilia Elizabeth, da. of George Arthur 
Emilius Ross of Stoney Croft, Riccarton, Christchurch, N.Z. ; and has issue 1/ 
to 2/. 

1/. Christopher Musgrave, b. 1 Feb. 1893. 

If. Ethel Marion Musgrave. 

2e. Philip Cranstoun Musgrave, Lieut. R.X., b. 6 Aug. 1863. 

3c. Ethel Henrietta Musgrave. 

2c. Henry Musgrave, J. P., D.L., Bar.-ai-Law, b. 8 July 1800; d. (-); m. 
Sarah Popplewell, da. of Richard Pullan of Harewood, co. York, d. Sept. 1861 ; and 
luid issue \d. 

Id. George Arthur Musgrave of Horton, co. Glouc, b. 1843; m. Aug. 18G7, 
Theresa, da. and h. of Jacques Jones of Hill House, co. Glouc; and has issue \e 
to ie. 

le. Henry Arthur Fitzherbert Musgrave, b. 1869. 

2e. Richard Rosewell Musgrave, b. 1872. 

3c. Arthur Franklvn Musgrave, b- 1877. 

ie. Christopher Brooke Musgrave, b. 1880. 

3c. Thomas Musgrave, d. (?s.p.). 

4c. Georgiana Musgrave, d. (-); m. 22 Aug. 1822, C. Bemers Plestow of 
Watlington Hall, co. Norfolk, d. May 1849 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Charles John Berners Plestow, late 7th Dragoon Guards, b. July 1823. 

2d. Henry Bemers Plestow, b. 1825 ; d. (?s.p.) before 1880. 

5c. Emma Musgrave, d. (-) ; m. June 1831, James Higham [son of Samuel 
Higham, Comptroller of the National Debt Office], d. (-) ; and had issue Id to 'id. 

Id. George Lascelles Higham, b. 1834; m. 1861, Eliza, da. of (— ) Gilbertson. 

2d. Henrietta Higham. 

3d. Emily Higham, m. 1863, William Harrison Briscoe; and has issue. 

[Nos. 30306 to 30318. 

113. Descendants, if any, of Elizabeth Musgrave, d. ( - ) ; m. John 

Wyneve of Brettenham, co. Suffolk ; and of Dorothy 
Musgrave, d, ( - ) ; in. James Hawley of Brentford, co. Midx. 
(Table XII.). 

114. Descendants of Margaret Musgrave (Table XII.), d. (-) ; m, 

Ralph Shipperdson of Murton and Pidding Hall Garth, co. 
Durham, Major Durham Militia 1712, d. 16 June 1719 ; and 
had issue 1 la. 

la. Edward Shipperdson of Pidding Hall Garth, d. (-) ; m. Margaret, da. of 
George Baker of Elemore ; and had issue 16. 

16. Ralph Shipperdson of Pidding Hall Garth, d. 8 Nov. 1793 ; m. 1 779, Frances, 
da. and event, h. of the Rev. Samuel Kirkshaw, D.D., Vicar of Leeds ; and had issue 
Icto 3c. 

lc. Edward Shipperdson of Pidding Hall Garth, J. P., D.L., b. 20 Sept. 1780 ; 
d. unm. 

2c. Frances Shipperdson, d. ( - ) ; m. William Appleiree of Goldings, near 
Basingstoke, d. ( - ) ; and had issue {at least) Id- 

Id, Francis Russell Appletree or Apletre of Goldings. [No. 30319. 

1 Burke's "Pedigrees of Founders' Kin," liv. ; "Commoners," i. 108; and 
" Landed Gentry," 1-6. 


Cl)e iMantagenet i&oll 

3c. Margaret Shipperdson, A. (-) ; m. 9 ,4»g. 1803, IFfl/fe/- CAar/es Hopper of 
Belmont, co. Durham, b. 25 July 1772 ; d. 15 Jan. 1853 ; ««i Aaa" issue Id to 6d. 

Id. Rev. Edmund Hector Hopper, afterwards (R.L. 25 Mar. 1856) Shipperdson 
of Pitiington Hall Garth, and M urt on -in- the -Whins and The Hermitage, co. Durham, 
J.P., M.A., and Fellow of Christ's College, Camb., b. 25 Sept. 1800; d. (-) ; m. 
1 Nov. 1838, Adeline, da. of John Kerrich of Harleslon, co. Norfolk ; and had issue 
\e to 3e. 

\e. Thomas Henry Shipperdson, b. 26 Aug. 1839. 

2e. Mary Adeline Shipperdson. d. 2 June 1866; m. 10 Dec. 1863, Sir Henry 
Pottinger, 3rd Bt. [U.K.], J. P., D.L., &c. {The Pines, Queens Road, Richmond, 
Surrey) ; and had issue If. 

If. Ethel Adeline Pottinger, m. 21 Ap. 1885, Henry Meysey (Meysey-Thompson), 
1st Baron Knaresborough [U.K.], etc. &c. [also descended from Edward III. through 
Mortimer-Percy] (Kirbv Hall, near York) ; and has issue. 

See p. 114, Nos. 10645-10649. 

3e. Isabella Henrietta Shipperdson. 

2d. Ven. Augustus Macdonald Hopper, M. A., J .P., Archdeacon of Norwich, 
b. 11 Aug. 1816; d. (-) ; m. 15 Ap. 1847, Charlotte, da. of the Rev. John Holmes 
of Gawdy Hall, co. Norfolk ; and had issue \e to \e. 

\e. Edmund Charles Hopper, b. 23 June 1856. 

2e. Anthony Shipperdson Hopper, b. 17 June 1858. 

3e. Annie Margaret Hopper. 

Ae. Constance Hopper. 

3d. Mary Anne Frances Hopper, d. 20 Jan. 1868 ; m. John Smith of Burley 
House, Leeds- 
id. Caroline Elizabeth Hopper, d. ( - ) ; m. the Rev. James Boucher [nephew ex 
sorore of Richard Pigolt, 1th Viscount Molesworth [I.]. 

5d. Isabella Margaret Hopper, d. (-) ; m. Francis Russell Aplctre of Goldings, 
co. Hants. 

Qd. Frances Hopper. [Nos. 30320 to 30331. 

115. Descendants of Frances Musgrave (Table XII.), d. (-); m. 
Edward Hutchinson of Wickbam, co. York, aged 21, 16G5; 
living 1690 ; and bad issue la to 2a. 1 

la. Richard Hutchinson of Wickham, living 1706. 

2a. William Hutchinson of York, Merchant, living 1714; m. Elizabeth, da. of 
Richard Washington of Ardwick, co. York; and had issue lb. 

lb. Thomas Hutchinson of York, and afterwards of Newsham in that co., 
Merchant, living 1738; m. Elizabeth, da. of Jonathan Johnson of Earby Hall, in 
Newsham ; and had issue \c. 

Ic. Francis Hutchinson of Newsham and Earby Hall, d. 1812; m. Anne, da. 
of Thomas Newby of Barningham ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. William Hutchinson, d. 1830; m. and had (with possibly other) issue le. 

le. Anne Johnson Hutchinson, d. 19 Nov. 1861; m. George Sowerby of Put- 
teridge Park, co. Herts, and DaltonHall, co. Yorks, J. P., D.L., d. 9 May 1868 ; and 
had (with other) issue If. 

If. George Sowerby of Putteridge and Dalton afsd., and of Dalston Hall, co. 
Cumberland, J. P., Col. Durham Militia, b. 17 Feb. 1832; d. 2 Aug. 1888; m. 
29 Oct. 1863, Emily Isabella Jane, da. of Robert Airey of Jesmond, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne : and had issue (with a son, Francis Hubert Airey, d. unm. in S. Africa 
21 Ap. 1901) Igto 5g. 

1 Plantagenet-Harrison's " Yorkshire," p. 183. 

of Cl)e Bloofc i&opal 

Ig. Thomas George Sowerby of Putteridge, &c, J. P., Lord of the Manor of 
Lilley, co. Herts, Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. 3rd Batt. Durham L.I., served in 
S. Africa 1900-1901 (Putteridge Park, Luton, Herts ; Dalston Hall, Carlisle ; Dalton 
Hall, Richmond, Yorks), b. 8 Ap. 1860 ; m. 8 July 1897, Ellen Catherine, da. of 
Marlborough Robert Pryor of Weston Park, co. Herts; and has issue \h to 2h. 

Ik Richard Thomas Reynolds Sowerby, b. 5 May 1898. 

2h. Hubert Dennison Sowerby, b. 21 Jan. 1902. 

2g. Harry John Sowerby, J. P., D.S.O., Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comdg. 4th 
Batt. Durham L.I., served in S.Africa 1900-1901 (Dalton Hall, Richmond, Yorks), 
b. 28 Nov. 1867. 

3g. Emily Frances Annie Sowerby, m. 12 June 1894, Frederick William 
Fellowes [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G., brother of Edward IV. 
(see the Clarence Volume, p. 87)] (The Lane House, King's Walden, Hitchin) ; and 
has issue \h. 

\h, Reginald William Lyon Fellowes, b. 6 Aug. 1895. 

4kg. Lilian Mary Sowerby. 

5g. Violet Florence Sowerby. 

2d. Thomas Hutchinson, b. 1780; d. (?s.p.) 1873. 

3d. Elizabeth Hutchinson, m. 1st, William Johnson of Early Hall; 2ndly, 
Joseph Glover of Dalton Fields ; and had issue. 

id. Anne Hutchinson, m. Michael Glover of Aldburgh ; and had issue. 

5d. Margaret Hutchinson, b. 23 Ap. 1787; d. at Newsham 31 Dec. 1864; m. 
13 Sept. 1808, Marley Harrison of Washlon, co. York [himself a descendant of the 
Plantagenets], b. at Stubb House, co. Durham, 22 Feb. 1772; d. 14 July 1822; and 
had issue (with 6 other children, all of whom d.s.p.s. ; the last survivor, Penelope, 
d. 23 Jan. 1902) \e. 

\e. George Henry de Strabolgie Neville Plantagenet-Harrison, a Marshal-Gen. 
in the Armies of various South American States, and afterwards a Gen. in the Danish 
Service, and later in that of the German Confederation, Author of a " History of 
Yorkshire," &c, b. 14 July 1817 ; d. 2 July 1890 ; m. and had issue If. 

If. Blanche Plantagenet Plantagenet-Harrison, m. 27 Ap. 1892, John Christopher 
Cain Routh (Clinls House, Gayle, near Hawes, Yorks ; Baxterley, Rusthall, Tun- 
bridge Wells), s.p. [Nos. 30332 to 30340. 

116. Descendants of Mary (nee E\JB,E),suojure dejure 16th Baroness 
Scrope of Bolton [E.] 1 (Table XIII. ), b. c. 1651, being aged 15 
in 1666 ; d. ( - ), when the right of the Barony fell into abey- 
ance ; m. after 1687, Michael Johnston of Twyzell Hall, co. 
Durham ; d. 12 Ap. 1714 ; and had issue 1«. 

la. Mary Johnson, eldest da. and in her issue (12 Ap. 1814), sole h., a co-h. 
to the Barony of Scrope,- b. 1689; d. 8 June 1730; m. 1st, c.Oct. 1716, John 
Brockholes of Claughton Hall, co. Lane, d. 6 Mar. 1719; 2ndly, 2 Jan. 1724, Richard 
Jones of Calon, co. Lancaster, d. 23 Nov. 1732; and had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. Michael Jones of Caton, co. Lancaster, b. 23 Nov. 1729 ; d. 24 July 1801 ; 
m. 23 Oct. 1773, Mary, widow of Edward Cosney, da. of Matthew Smith, d. 1814; 
and had issue Ic to 7c. 2 

lc. Charles Jones, Capt. 1st Dragoon Guards, who on the extinction of all the 
issue of the sisters of his grandmother by the death of Mary Bryer, 12 Ap. 1814, 
became de jure 17th Baron Scrope of Bolton [E. 1371] ; living May 1825. 

2c. Michael Jones of Lincoln's Inn, Bar.-at-Law, F.S.A., living May 1825 ; m. 
Ann, da. of Robert Etherington of Gainsborough, co. Line, d.s.p. 4 Ap. 1804. 

1 G. E. C.'s " Complete Peerage," vii. 88. 

2 See pedigree in Nicolas' " Synopses of the Peerage of England," i., Addenda, p. 22. 

2I 9 

%\>t jMantagenet Boll 

3c. Edward Jones, Capt. 29th Foot, living unm. May 1825. 

4c. James Jones, Major in the Army, K.C.S., &c, living s.p. May 1825; m. 
Louisa Dacre, da. of Peter Moore, M.P. 

5c. Mary Jones, living s.p. May 1825 ; m. at St. Omer's, Ap. 1818, " Le Comte 
Pierre de Sandelin, Seigneur D'Halines, near St. Outer's, in France." 

6c. Constantia Jones, living unm. May 1825. 

7c. Katherine Jones, d. unm. 1799. 

26. Katherine Brockholes, b. 30 Ap. 1718; d. 21 Nov. 1784; m. 8 Nov. 1739, 
Charles (Howard), 9th Duke of Norfolk [£.], eye, d. 31 /4«g. 1786, leaving an only 
son, who d.s.p.s. 23 Dec. 1815. 

117. Descendants of Sir Henry Cholmley of Whitby and Roxby 

(Table XIII.), bur. at St. John's, York, 13 Jan. 1616; m. 
Margaret [descended from the Lady Anne, sister to Kings 
Edward IV. and Richard III.], da. of Sir William Babthorpe, 
b. 15 Ap. 1628 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table LVIIL, and pp. 607-679, Nos. 51968-57332. 

[Nos. 30341 to 35705. 

118. Descendants, if any surviving, of John (Constable), 2nd 

Viscount Dunbar [S.], (Table XIII. ), b. c. 1615 ; d. c 1667 ; 
will dated 15 Dec. that year; m. before 1649, Mary, da. of 
Thomas (Brudenell), 1st Earl of Cardigan [E.] ; and had 
issue la to 4a. 

la. Robert (Constable), 3rd Viscount Dunbar [S.], b. c. 1651 ; d. 23 Nov. 1714. 

la. William (Constable), 4th Viscount Dunbar [S.\ b. c. 1654; d.s.p.l. 15 Aug. 

3a. Hon. Cecily Constable, d. (-) ; m. 5 Sept. 1665, Francis Tunstall of Scar- 
gill and Wycliffe, co. York ; and had issue, which apparently became extinct on the 
death of Francis Sheldon, alias Constable, of Burton Constable, 12 Feb. 1821. 1 

4a. Hon. Catherine Constable, d. (-); m. after 5 Sept. 1665, John More of 
Kirklington, co. Notts ; and had issue lb to 2b. 

16. John More, \ both living 30 Aug. 1717, when they are named in the 

26. Winifred More, J will of the 4th Lord Dunbar. 2 

119. Descendants of the Hon. Catherine Constable (Table XIII.), 

living 1653; d. (-); m, William Middleton of Stockheld, 
co. York, d. 1658 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table XXII., and pp. 333-336, Nos. 24284-24535. 

[Nos. 35706 to 35957. 

120. Descendants of the Hon. Alathea Fairfax (XIV.), d. (-); 

m. c. Jan. 1677, William (Widdrington), 3rd Lord Wid- 
duixgton [E.], d. 10 Feb. 1695 ; and had issue 1« to 4a. 

la. William (Widdrington), 4th Lord Widdrington [£.], d. 17 Ap. 1743, having 
been attainted 7 July 1716 for his share in the " '15 " ; m. 1st (marriage bond dated 

1 Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees." 

2 Balfour Paul's " Scots Peerage," iii. 298. 


of %\)t Blood i&opai 

13 Ap.) 1700, Jane, da. and event. (1698) h. of Sir Thomas Tempest of Stella, 4th Bt. 
[£\], d. 9 Sept. 1714; and had issue which became extinct 26 Mar. 1792. 

2a. Hon. Charles Widdrington, attainted 31 May-1 July 1716; and said to 
have d.s.p. at St. Omers 1756. 

3a. Hon. Mary Widdrington, d. July 1731 ; in. Richard Towneley of Towneley 
[descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G.], b. 1687; d. Aug. 1735; and had 

See the Clarence Volume, Table XXXIV. and pp. 314-318, Nos. 9083-9214. 

4a. Hon. Elizabeth Widdrington, d. 7 Jan. 1765 ; m. Marmaduke (Langdal-:), 
4th Lord Langdale [E.] [descended from the Lady Anne, sister to King Edward IV., 
&c], d. 8 Jan. 1771 ; and had issue- 
See the Exeter Volume, pp. 460-461, Nos. 36724-37038. 

[Nos. 35958 to 36304/100. 

121. Descendants, if any, of Alathea Fairfax (Table XIV.), d. (-) ; 

to. John Forcer. 

122. Descendants, if any, of the Hon. Philip Fairfax, of the Hon. 

Mary Fairfax, and of the Hon. Catherine Fairfax, J. 1715 ; 
to. George Metham of Metham, co. York 1 (Table XIV.). 

123. Descendants of the Hon. David Erskine of Armondell, King's 

Advocate (Table XIV.), b. 1 Nov. 1746 ; d. 8 Oct. 1817 ; to. 
1st, 30 Mar. 1772, Christian, da. and h. of George Fullerton 
of Broughton Hall, d. 1804; and had issue la to 3a. 

la. Henry David (Erskine), 12th Earl of Buchan [S.], b. July 1783 ; d. 
13 Sept. 1857 ; m. 1st, 28 Sept. 1809, Elizabeth Cole, da. and co-h. of Major-Gen. 
Sir Charles Shipley, Gov. of Grenada, d. 5 Oct. 1828 ; 2ndly, 26 June 1830, Elizabeth, 
da. of John Harvey of Castle Scmplc, co. Renfrew, d. 17 Dec. 1838 ; and had issue 
lb to 5b. 

lb. Henry Erskine, Lord Cardross, b. 22 Oct. 1812; d.v.p. 21 Dec. 1836; m. 

15 May 1832, Jean Halliday, da. of Archibald Tony of Edinburgh, A. 11 Sept. 
1886 ; and had issue Ic. 

Ic. Hon. John Berry Erskine of Dryburgh and Holmes, da. and h. of entail, b. 

16 Feb. 1833; d. 16 Mar. 1870; m. 8 Ap. 1856, the Rev. George Eden Biber, after- 
wards (1856) Biber -Erskine, B.A., d. 25 July 1866 ; and had issue IS to Id. 

Id. George Oswald Harry Erskine Biber-Erskine of Dryburgh and Newmains, 
J. P., heir-general of the Erskines, Earls of Buchan (Dryburgh Abley, co. Berwick ; 
Newmains, Dryburgh), b. 24 May 1857; m. 15 Aug.' 1893, Lucy, da. of T. A. 
Urwick of Gorfe Mullen, co. Dorset. 

Id. Henry Erskine Biber-Erskine, b. 17 July 1858. 

2b. David Stuart (Erskine), Vith Earl of Buchan [S.], b. 6 Nov. 1815; d. 
3 Dec. 189S ; m. 1st, 27 Ap. 1849, Agnes Graham, da. of James Smith of Craigend, 
co. Stirling, d. 2 Sept. 1875 ; and had issue Ic to 2c. 

Ic. Shipley Gordon Stuart (Erskine), 14th Earl of Buchan, &c. [S.] (Almond- 
well House, Linlithgow; 6 Aldford Street, Park Lane, W '. ; Carlton), b. 27 Feb. 
1850; m. 9 Nov. 1876, Kosalie Louisa, da. of Capt. Jules Alexander Sartoris of 
Hopsford Hall, Coventry ; and has issue Id to 4d. 

Id. Ronald Douglas Stuart Mar Erskine, Lord Cardross, late Lieut. Scots 
Guards, b. 6 Ap. 1878. [Nos. 36305 to 36308. 

1 In Burke's " Extinct Peerage," p. 194, she is confused with her aunt (s 
292), and is made to marry 2ndly Sir Arthur Ingram. 

221 2 F 

Ct)e iMantagenet IRoll 

2d. Lady Muriel Agnes Stuart Erskine, m. 7 Jan. 1903, Major the Hon. Charles 
Strathavon Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, laic Scots Guards [2nd son of Gilbert 
Henry, 1st Earl of of Ancaster [U.K.], P.O., and a descendant of King Henry VII., 
<fcc] (19 Cheyne Walk, S.W.); and has issue le to 2c. 

le. Charles Peregrine Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, 6. 13 Sept. 1905. 
2e. Rosalie Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, 6. 10 July 1908. 

3d. Lady Marjorie Gladys Stuart Erskine. 

Ad. Lady Evelyn Hilda Stuart Erskine, m. 24 June 1903, Major the Hon. 
Walter Edward Guinness, M.P. [3rd son of Edward Cecil, 1st Viscount Iveagh [U.K.], 
K.P.] (Knockmaroon, Caslleknock, co. Dublin ; The Manor House, Bury St. Ed- 
munds ; 11 Grosvenor Place, S.W.); and has issue le. 

le. Bryan Walter Guinness, b. 27 Oct. 1905. 

2c. Hon. Albany Mar Stuart Erskine, Capt. 3rd Batt. Duke of Wellington's 
Regt., b. 24 Feb. 1852; m. 1G May 1878, Alice Ellen, da. of Alfred Keyser of 
Cross Oak, Berkhampstead, d. 19 Sept. 1902. 

35. Lady Christian Isabella Erskine, b. Oct. 1820; d. 3 July 1886 ; m. 4 June 
1840, John Gordon of Aikenhead, co. Lanark, J. P., D.L., d. 6 Aug. 1897 ; and had 
issue I do 4c. 

le John Henry Gordon of Aikenhead, b. 21 Oct. 1842 ; d.s.p. 7 Feb. 1902. 

2c. Henry Erskine Gordon of Aikenhead, J. P., D.L., Major and Hon. Lieut. - 
Col. Lanark Imp. Yeo. (Aikenhead House, Cathcart), b. 11 Sept. 1849; m. 1 Oct. 
1895, Bertha Agnes, da. of Major J. Finlay of Castle Toward, co. Argyll; and has 
issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Joan Victoria Christian Erskine GordoD. 

2d. Nancy Althea Gordon. 

3d. Dorothy Bertha Gordon. 

id. Violet Erskine Gordon. 

5d. Barbara Isobel Gordon. 

3c. Charles Shipley Gordon (Ronerdenan, Merton Park, Surrey), b. 12 Oct. 
1851 ; m 2 Aug. 1875, Mary, da. of Capt. James Stirling Crawfurd-Stirling-Stuart 
[Bt. of Pollok (1682) Coll.] ; and has issue Id to id. 

Id. John Stuart Gordon, b. 13 Feb. 1881. 

2d. Hamilton William Fortescue Gordon, b. 1883. 

3d. Muriel Isabella Erskine Gordon. 

id. Gwendoline Mary Harriet Gordon. 

4c. Hamilton Gordon (The Wildernesse, Hayward's Heath, Sussex), b. 13 Feb. 
1 856 ; m. 3 Oct. 1898, Alice Jane Erroll (see below), da. of John Young of Westridge. 

46. Lady Alicia Diana Erskine, b. Feb. 1822; d. 31 Oct. 1891 ; m. 1st, 6 June 
1843, Rev. the Hon. Somervillc Hay [E. of Erroll Coll. and a descendant of the Lady 
Anne, sister of King Edward IV. (see Exeter Volume, p. 682), d. 25 Sept. 1853; 
2ndly, 5 July 1858, Capt. James Young of Westridge, I.W., d. 1877 ; and had issue 
le to 3c. 

le. Somerville Hay, b. (posthumous) 19 Nov. 1853. 

2c. John Harry Erskine Young, b. 19 Aug. 1859. 

3c. Alicia Jane Erroll Young, m. 1898, Hamilton Gordon (see above). 

56. Lady Margaret Erskine, b. 15 Nov. 1834 ; d. 22 Nov. 1872; m. as 1st wife, 
24 Ap. 1S60, Sir William Vincent of Stoke D'Abemon, 12th Bt. [£.], J.P., D.L., 
C.A., V ice-Chairman Surrey C.C. and Deputy Chairman Surrey Quarter Sessions 
(Stoke D'Abemon Chase, Leatherhead, Surrey) ; and had issue le. 

le. Francis Erskine Vincent, late Lieut. 1st Life Guards (Ormesby, Great Yar- 
mouth), 6. 24 Mav 1869 ; m. 4 July 1893, Margaret Louisa, da. of John Holmes of 
Brooke Hall, co. Norfolk ; and has issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Anthony Francis Vincent, 6. 30 June 1894. 

2d. Victor Norman Erskine Vincent, 6. 9 Feb. 1897. 

3d. Evelyn Joseph Vincent, 6. 25 Sept. 1900. [Nos. 36309 to 36334. 

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2a. Elizabeth Compton Erskine, d. (-) ; m. 21 Oct. 1801, Col. George Callander 
of Craigforth, co. Stirling, Lieut.-Col. Rifle Brigade, b. Mar. 1770; d.v.p. 18 Feb. 
1824 ; and had issue lb to 5b. 

lb. James Henry Callander of Craigforth and Ardkinglas, M.P., b. 18 Aug. 
1803 ; d. 31 Jan. 1851 ; m. 1st, 29 Aug. 1877, the Hon. Jane Plumer (see p. 227). 
da. of David Montague (Erskine), 2nd Lord Erskine [U.K.], i. 30 Mar. 1816; 
2ndly, 1 July 1847, Charlotte Edith Eleanora [descended from George, Duke of 
Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 479)], da. of John George Campbell, Cadet 
of I slay ; and had issue Ic to 5c. 

\c. George Frederick William Callander of Craigforth and Ardkinglas, J.P., 
D.L. (Craigforth House, Stirling; Ardkinglas Lodge, Inveraray, Argyll), b. 28 July 
1848; m. 20 Jan. 1876, Alice, da. of John Cornelius Craigie - Halkett of 

2c. Henry Barrington Callander (Stone Hill Cottage, Ardkinglas, Argyll), b. 
19 July 1849; m. 9 Nov. 1875, Sophia Leonora, da. of Edward Clough Taylor of 
Kirkham Abbey. 

3c. 1 Frances Jane Callander, 3rd Abbess of Cleever since 1892. 

4c. 1 Mary Hermione Callander, m. 1st, 16 Sept. 1862, Charles Sartoris of 
Wilcote, co. Oxon., J.P., and High Sheriff for that co. 1872; d. 22 Sept. 1884; 
2ndly, 1886, George Henry Dawkins, J. P. [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, 
K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 177)] (Wilcote, Charlbury S.O., Oxon.). 

5c l Jane Sevilla Callander, m. 12 Jan. 1869, Lord Archibald Campbell, J. P., 
D.L. [descended from Kings Henry VII. and Edward IV. (see Tudor Roll, p. 230), 
George, Duke of Clarence, K.G., <fcc. &c] (Coombe Hill Farm, Norbiton, Kingston- 
on-Thames) ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Niall Diarmid Campbell (28 Clarges Street, W .), b. 16 Feb. 1872. 

2d. Elspeth Angela Campbell. 

26. John Alexander Callander, b. 19 Sept. 1809 ; d. (-) ; m. Aug. 1837, Emma, 
da. of John Young of Westridge, I.W. ; and had issue (2 sons and 5 das.). 

36. Elizabeth Anne Callander, d. 13 Ap. 1839; m. 11 Aug. 1831, Henry 
William Vincent of Lily Hill, co. Berks [Bt. of Stoke D'Abernon E. 1620 Coll.], b. 
5 Sept. 1796 ; d. 14 Feb. 1865 ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

Ic. Susan Anne Vincent, d. 1 Oct. 1899; m. 28 Jan. 1864, John Henry Bagot 
Lane of King's Bromley, ]-P-, Lieut.-Col. Coldstream Guards [descended from King 
Henry VII., &c], d. 22 Mar. 1886 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Poll, p. 308, Nos. 25856-25866, and the Exeter Volume, p. 434, 
Nos. 34998-35014. 

2c. Harriet Maria Vincent, m. 12 Ap. 1860, James Carter Campbell of Ard- 
patrick, J. P., D.L., Capt. (ret.) R.N. (Ardpatrick, Tarbert, co. Argyll ; The Hall, 
Filkins, co. Oxford) ; and has issue W to 3d. 

Id. Henry Hervey Campbell, M.V.O., Capt. R.N., b. 27 Feb. 1865. 

2d. Susan Eleanor Campbell, m. 11 Jan. 1888, Arthur Frederick Churchill 
Tollemache of Ballincor, King's Co., Heir to Baronetcy [G.B. 1793], J.P. [descended 
from King Henry VII., &c. (see Tudor Roll, p. 202)] (The Red House, Westgate-on- 
Sea) ; and has issue \e to 3c. 

le. Arthur Henry William Tollemache, b. 5 Ap. 1894. 

2c. Eleanor Louisa Cornelia Tollemache. 

3c. Hermione Edith Agnes Tollemache. 

3d. Edith Elizabeth Campbell, m. 26 Ap. 1887, Capt. Eustace Maudslay, late 
16th Lancers (Blaston Manor, Uppingham) ; and has issue lc to 5c. 

lc. Colin Eustace Maudslay, b. 3 Ap. 1888. 

2c. Ronald Vincent Maudslay, b. 27 June 1889. 

3c. Marjorie Edith Maudslay. 

4e. Irene Isabel Maudslay. 

5c. Vere Sybil Maudslay. [Nos. 36335 to 36370. 


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46. Caroline Frances Callander, <\. (-); m. 17 Jan. 1832, Robert Dunmore 
Napier of Ballykinrain, co. Stirling, d. 1846. 

5b. Agnes Callander, d. 1837 ; ra. 1836, William Dunmore, H.E.I.C.S. 
3a. Henrietta Erskim\ d. (-) ; in. 11 May 1812, Peter Smith, M.D. 

124. Descendants of Thomas (Erskine), 1st Baron Erskine [U.K.], 
Lord Chancellor of Great Britain (Table XIV.), b. 21 Jan. 
1750; d. 17 Nov. 1823; m. 1st, 29 May 1770, Frances, da. 
of Daniel Moore, M. P., d, 22 Dec. 1805; 2ndly, 12 Oct. 1818, 
Sarah [da. of — — ] Buck, d. 25 Oct. 1825; and had issue 
la to 7a, 

la. David Montagu (Erskine), -2nd Baron Erskine [U.K.], b. 1777 ; d. 19 Mar. 
1855 ; m. 1st, 16 Dec. 1799, Frances, da. of Gen. George Cadwalader of Philadelphia, 
d. 25 Mar. 1843 ; and had issue lb to 12b. 

\b. Thomas Americus (Erskine), 3rd Baron Erskine [U.K.], b. 3 May 1802; 
d.s.p. 10 May 1877. 

■2b. John Cadwalader (Erskine), 4th Baron Erskine [U.K.], b. 1804 ; d. 28 Mar. 
1882; m. 1st, 30.4/). 1829, Margaret, da. of John Martyn, d. 21 June 1862; and 
had issue \c to 3c. 

If. William Macnaghten (Erskine), 5th Baron Erskine [U.K.], J. P., D.L. 
(Spratton Hall, Northampton; Carlton), b. 7 Jan. 1841 ; m. 2 July 1864, Caroline 
Alice Martha, da. of William Grimble ; and has issue Id to 4d. 

Id. Hon. Montagu Erskine (Westwood Lodge, Windlesham, Surrey; Carlton), 
b. 13 Ap. 1865; m. 16 Jan. 1895, Florence, da. of Edgar Flower of The Hill, 
Stratford-on-Avon, and Middlehall Park, co. Worcester ; and has issue \c 
to Be. 

\e. Donald Flower Cardross Erskine, b. 3 Jan. 1899. 

2e. Richard Alistair Erskine, b. 8 Jan. 1901. 

3e. Victoria Esme Erskine, b. 3 Jan 1897 

2d. Hon. (Stuart Joseph) Ruaidhri Erskine (Taigh an Fhraoich, Banchory- 
Dwenich, Aberdeenshire), b. 15 Jan. 1869; m. 1st, 18 July 1891, Muriel Lilias 
Colquhoun, da. of Major-Gen. George Farquhar Irving Graham, d. 27 Ap. 1895; 
2ndly, 6 Aug. 1902, Dona Maria Guadalupe Zaara Cecilia, da. of Joseph Robert 
Heaven of the Forest of Birse, Aberdeenshire [by his wife, Mary Guadalupe Ignacia 
Antoinette, suo jure 1st Marchioness of Braceras [P.S.]], s.p.s. 

3d. Hon. Esme Standish Erskine, b. 5 Mar. 1873. 

4d. Hon. Margaret Erskine, m. 23 Get. 1890, Capt. Henry Edmund Lacon, 
J. P., late 71st Highlanders (Blythmore, Claydon, Ipswich). 

2c. Hon. Frances Macnaghten Erskine, b. 29 May 1839 ; d. 5 May 1872 ; m. 
12 Jan. 1861, Standish Grady Rowley of Sylvan Park, co. Meath, LL.D., D.L., 
M.R.I. A., d. 1 May 1882; and had issue (with a son and da. d. unm.) Id 
to 2d. 

Id. Clotworthy Rowley, b. 12 Feb. 1872; m.s.p. 

2d, Georgie Alice Rowley, m. 9 Nov. 1892, Fanshawe Tower Tufnell (Mari- 
skalls, Felstead, Essex) ; and has issue \e to 2e. 

\e. Rowley Erskine Tufnell, b. 30 Nov. 1902. 

2e. Fanshawe Edward Standish Tufnell, b. 27 Ap. 1904. 

3c. Hon. Margaret Catherine Erskine, m. 1st, 30 Ap. 1872, the Rev. Evelyn 
Henry Villebois Burnaby, Rector of Burrough-on-the-Hill [marriage dissolved 
1886]; 2ndly, 7 June 1887, Sydney Beaumont Willoughby [B. Middleton Coll., 

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and a descendant of the Lady Anne, sister to King Edward IV., &c. (see Exeter 
Volume, p. 615)] (63 Goldington Road, Bedford); and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Christopher John Willoughby, 6. 1889. 

2d. Kathleen Riette Winifred Burnaby. 

36. Hon. David Erskine, Major 21sl and 51st Regts., and Lieut.-Col. Comdg. 
Natal Carabineers, Colonial Sec., Natal, b. 1816; d. 21 June 1903; m. 1st, 12 Nov. 
1839, Anne Maria, da. of Josiah Spode of Tasmania, d. at Pietermaritzburg 3 Nov. 
1860; 2ndly, 26 Sept. 1870, Emma Florence (Sissinghurst, Kent), da. of Capt. 
Charles J. Harford, 12th Lancers ; and had issue lc to 8c. 

1c. Stuart Town.send Erskine, b. 23 Nov. 1844; in. 17 Jan. 1864/6, Jessie 
Smith, da. of David Dale Buchanan of Natal, Advocate. 

2c. St. Vincent Whitshed Erskine, b. 22 Feb. 1846; m. 1870, Alice, da. of 
David Dale Buchanan* of Natal, Advocate. 

3c. Herman Harford Erskine, Cape Colony Civil Service, b. 21 Sept. 1871 ; m. 
3 May 1899, Adela Eva, da. of Richard Feilding Nevins; and has issue Id. 

Id. Angela Augusta Erskine. 

4c. Robert Henry Erskine, H.B.M.'s Vice-Consul at Fredericia (Fredericia, 
Denmark), b. 31 Dec. 1873. 

5c. 1 Fanny Cadwalader Erskine, m. 22 Aug. 1862, the Hon. Sir Michael Henry 
Gallwey, K.C.M.G., formerly Chief-Justice of Natal (Pietermaritzburg). 

6c. 1 Annie Barton Erskine, m. 14 Aug. 1872, Major Arthur Henry Pain, 
formerly 1st Batt. Gordon Highlanders. 

7c. Sevilla Florence Erskine, m. 1 Aug. 1908, George Glass Hooper, C.E. 
(30 Palace Cotirt, Bayswater Hill, W.) ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Mary Erskine Glass Hooper, b. 24 May 1909. 

8c. Gladys Kathleen Erskine, m. 1903, Percy John Ling, Paymaster R.N. ; and 
has issue Id. 

Id. David Erskine Ling, b. 5 Sept. 1908. 

46. Hon. Edward Morris Erskine, C.B., Envoy Extra, and Min. Plen. to 
Athens 1864-72, and to Stockholm 1872-81, b. 28 Mar. 1817; d. 19 Ap. 1883; m. 
24 July 1847, Caroline, widow of Andrew Loughnan, da. of Robert Hamilton 
Vaughan, d. 23 Oct. 1877 ; and had issue lc to 4c. 

lc. Mary Maud Erskine, b. 19 Ap. 1848; d. 1892; m. 1st, 16 Ap. 1872, 
William John Percy Lawton of Lawton Hall, co. Chester, d. 8 Nov. 1883 ; 2ndly, 
8 Sept. 1885, the Rev. George William Charles Skene, M.A., Rector of Barlhoinley ; 
and had issue Id to id. 

Id. John William Edward Lawton of Lawton (Lawton Hall, Cheshire), 6. 
24 June 1873. 

2d. Ralph Lupus Erskine Lawton, 6. 26 June 1878. 

3d. Gwendolen Maud Lawton, m. 21 Nov. 1905, Edward Charles Crewe-Read 
(see below). 

id. Mary Emily Lawton. 

2c. Elizabeth Steuarta Erskine, b. 3 Feb. 1850; d. 9 Aug. 1905; m. 2 Mar. 
1875, Offley John Crewe-Read of Llandinam Hall, co. Montgomery, J. P., Lieut.-Col. 
South Wales Borderers, b. 3 Dec. 1848 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Randolph Offley Crewe-Read, late of Llandinam, 6. 12 Ap. 1876. 

2d. Edward Charles Crewe-Read, 6. 15 June 1877; m. 21 Nov. 1905, Gwen- 
dolen Maud (see above), da. of William John Percy Lawton of Lawton. 

3c. Evelyn Constance Erskine, m. 1 June 1876, Francis William White, 
F.R.G.S., late Comr. of Customs at Hankow, China, d. ( - ) ; and has issue. 

4c. Christina Edith Eleanor Erskine, unm. 

56. James (Erskine), 1st Baron Erskine (Freiherr von Erskine) [Bavaria], so 

cr. 18 Jan. 1872, b. 4 Sept. 1819/21 ; d. 4 Jan. 1904 ; m. 27 Feb. 1849, the Countess 

Wilhelmina (Countess Lerchenfeld), da. of Anthony Joseph Clements, Count 

Toerring Minucci of Munich; and had issue lc to 2c. [Nos. 36384 to 36404. 


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lc. Herman David Montagu (Erskine), 2nd Baron Erskine (Freiherr von 
Erskine) [Bavaria], an Officer in the Bavarian Army, b. 12 Feb. 1854. 

2c. Baroness Hermine Maria Er.skine. 

6b. Hon. Frances Erskine, b. 1801; d. (?s.p.) 7 June 1876; m. Nov. 1824, 
Gabriel Shawc, d. 11 Feb. 1851. 

lb. Hon. Mary Erskine, b. 28 Feb. 1806; d. 15 Mar. 1874; m. 16 /w«e 1832, 
Herrman, Count of Baumgarten {Graf von Baumgarten) [Bavaria], d. 11 Jan. 

86. Hon. Sevilla Erskine, d. 12 Mar. 1835; m. as 1st wife, 23 Dec. 1830, SiV 
Henry Francis Howard, G.C.B. [D. of Norfolk Coll. (see Exeter Volume, p. 559)], 
d. 28 Jan. 1898 ; and had issue Ic. 

\c. Adela Howard, a Benedictine nun. 

9b. Hon. Steuarta Erskine, b. Oct. 1810 ; d. at Genoa 17 Sept. 1863 ; m. 6 Oct. 
1828, Yeats Brown of Stuppington, co. Kent, H.B.M.'s Consul at Genoa, d. before 

10b. Hon. Elizabeth Erskine, b. Ap. 1812; d. 19 July 1886; m. 1 Ap. 1832, 
5?> St. Vincent Kerne Hawkins-Whitshed of Killincarrick, 2nd Bt. [U.K. 1834], 
d. 1870 ; and had issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Sir St. Vincent Bentinck Hawkins-Whitshed, 3rd and last Bt. [U.K.], b. 
12 Feb. 1837 ; d. 9 Mar. 1871 ; m. 8 Dec. 1858, Anne Alice, da. of Rev. the Hon. 
John Gustavus Handcock [B. Castlemaine [I.] Coll.] [who re-m. 2ndly, 17 Dec. 1885, 
James Percival Hughes and] d. 1871 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Elizabeth Alice Frances Hawkins-Whitshed, m. 1st, June 1879, Col. 
Frederick Augustus Burnaby, d. Feb. 1885; 2ndly, Mar. 1886, John Frederick 
Main, d. Ap. 1892; 3rdly, June 1900, Francis Bernard Aubrey Le Blond of 
Roughetts, Hildenborough, co. Kent (Killincarrick House, Grey stones, co. Wicklow); 
and has issue le. 

le. Harry Arthur Gustavus St. Vincent Burnaby of Killincarrick (Carlton), 
b. May 1880. 

2c. Elizabeth Sophia Hawkins-Whitshed, d. 4 Jan. 1858 ; m. as 1st wife, 18 Feb. 
1857, Lieut.-Gen. Arthur Cavendish-Bentinck [D. of Portland [E.] Coll.], d. 11 Dec. 
1877 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. William John Arthur Charles (Cavendish-Bentinck), 6th Duke [G.B.] and 
7th Earl [E.] of Portland, 2nd Baron Bolsover [U.K.], etc., K.G., P.C., G.C.V.O., 
&c. &c, Master of the Horse to H.M. the King 1886-1892 and 1895-1905 (Welbeck 
Abbey, Worksop; Fullarton House, Troon, co. Ayr; 3 Grosveuor Square, W., 
6-c. eye), b. 28 Dec. 1857 ; m. 11 June 1889, Winifred, a Lady of Grace of St. John 
of Jerusalem, da. of Thomas Yorke Dallas-Yorke of Walmsgate, Louth ; and has 
issue le to 3c. 

lc. William Arthur Henry Cavendish-Bentinck, Marquis of Titchfield, b. 16 Mar. 

2c. Lord Francis Morven Dallas Cavendish-Bentinck, b. 27 July 1900. 

3c. Lady Victoria Alexandrina Violet Cavendish-Bentinck. 

3c. Renira Hawkins-Whitshed, d. 30 Aug. 1894; m. 18 Nov. 1862, Rear-Adm. 
Edwin John Pollard of Haynford Hall, R.N., J. P., D.L., d. 15 Sept. 1909 ; and had 
issue Id to 6d. 

Id. James Hawkins Whitshed Pollard, Major Royal Scots Fusiliers (Haynford 
Hall, Norwich), b. 13 May 1866 ; m. 18 Oct. 1899, Clare Evelyn, da. of G. Hamilton 
Low, Royal Canadian Rifles; and has issue lc to 2e. 

lc. Hamilton Hawkins Whitshed Pollard, b. 13 Ap. 1903. 

2c. Arthur Rodney Erskine Pollard, b. 22 Aug. 1906. 

2d. Arthur Erskine St. Vincent Pollard, Capt. Border Regt., b. 30 July 1869. 

3d. Renira Elizabeth Pollard. 

id. Lucy Clara Pollard. 

5d. Sevilla Florence Pollard. 

Qd. Grace Emily Pollard. [Nos. 36405 to 36421. 


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115. Hon. Harriet Erskine, b. Ap. 18H ; d. 19 Nov. 1855; m. 29 /D/g. 1833, 
Charles Woodmass of Alvesion, co. Warwick. 

126. Hon. Jane Plumer Erskine, b. 9 May 1818 ; d. 30 Mar. 18-16 ; m. as 1st 
wife, 29 Aug. 1837, /awes ffewry Callander of Craigforth, M.P., d. 31 Jan. 1851 ; 
rt«^ /wo 7 issue. 

See p. 223, Nos. 36337-36341. 

2a. Very Rev. the Hon. Henry David Erskine, Dean of Ripon,b. 1786; d. 
27 July 1859 ; m. 4 May 1813, Lady Harriet [descended from the Lady Anne, 
sister of Kings Edward IV. and Richard III., &c.~\, da. of John (Dawson), 1st Earl 
of Portarlington [I.], d. 16 Dec. 1827 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 301, Nos. 15216-15243. 

3(7. Right Hon. the Hon. Thomas Erskine, one of the Judges of the Court of 
Common Pleas, b. 12 Mar. 1788 ; d. 9 Nov. 1864 ; m. 10 Dec. 1814, Henrietta Eliza, 
da. of Henry Traill, d. 21 Aug. 1865 ; and had issue lb. 

lb. Rev. Thomas Erskine, Rector of Alderley, co. Chester, b. 12 Nov. 1828; d. 
22 Feb. 1878 ; m. 8 Ap. 1856, Emmeline Augusta (Cowley Street, Westminster, S.W.), 
da. of Henry John Adeane of Babraham ; and had issue Ic to 5c. 

Ic. Henry Adeane Erskine, Lieut. -Col. 3rd Northumberland Transport Supply 
Column, and Agent for Bank of England in Newcastle (Newcastle - on - Tyne), 
b. 1 Mar. 1857; m. 8 July 1891, Florence Eliza Palmer, da. of the Ven. Frank 
Robert Chapman, Archdeacon of Sudbury ; and has issue Id to id. 

Id. Henry David Erskine, b. 17 Oct. 1897. 

2d. Margaret Helen Erskine, b. 6 Oct. 1892. 

3d. Christian Mary Erskine, b. 7 Mar. 1894. 

id. Griselda Beatrice Erskine, b. 2 Jan. 19u0. 

2c. Thomas Edward Erskine, H.B.M. Consul at St. Louis (British Considate, 
St. Lotus, U.S.A.), b. 24 June 1859 ; m. 17 Nov. 1888, Amy Gertrude, da. of Lieut.- 
Gen. Robert Bruce; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Thomas Erskine, b. 20 Feb. 1897. 

2<z'. John Steuart Erskine, b. 8 Nov. 1900. 

'Ad. Marjory Rachel Helen Erskine. 

id. Diana Isobel Erskine. 

5d. Violet Amy Erskine. 

3c. Robert Steuart Erskine (10 Ovington Gardens, S.W.), b. 15 Dec. 1860; 
m. 7 Mar. 1899, Beatrice Caroline [descended from the Lady Anne, sister of 
Kings Edward IV. and Richard III. (see Exeter Volume, p. 301), and also 
from Lady Elizabeth Percy, nee Mortimer], da. of Henry Linwood Strong, Bar.- 

4c. Edward John Erskine, 6. 18 Ap. 1864; m. 1888, Gertrude, da. of If. or J. 
Harding of Sydney, N.S.W. ; and has issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Steuart Edward Erskine, b. 1902. 

2d. Sybil Gertrude Erskine. 

3d. Dona Maud Erskine. 

5c. David Erskine, b. 5 Ap. 1873. 

4rt. Hon. Hampden Erskine, b- 5 Dec. 1821. 

5a. Hon. Frances Erskine, d. 25 Mar. 1859 ; m. 20 Jan. 1802, the Rev. Samuel 
Holland, D.D., Prebendary and Precentor of Chichester and Rector of Poynings, 
Hunt Pierpoint, d. 16 Ap. 1857. 

6a. Hon. Elizabeth Erskine, d. 2 Aug. 1800; m. 17 Nov. 1798, Sir David 
Erskine [illegitimate son of the llth Earl of Buchan]. 

la. Hon. Mary Erskine, d. 1864 ; m. 29 Jan. 1805, Edward Morris, a Muster 
in Chancery, d. 13 'Ap. 1815. [Nos. 36422 to 36472. 


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125. Descendants of William Fraser of Fraserfield [Lord Saltoun \ 
[S.J, Coll.] (Table XIV.), b. 28 Sept. 1725 ; d. 31 Oct. 1788; ; 
m. 5 Jan. 1752, Rachel, da. of the Eev. Hugh Kennedy of 
Rotterdam, d. 3 June 1800 ; and had issue la to 4a. 

la. Alexander Fraser, of Fraserfield, on his elder brother's death, previously < 
H.E.I.C.S., b. 8 Jan. 1761 ; d. 18 July 1807 ; m. 20 Ap. 1795, Mary Christina, da. 
of George Moir, d. 12 Sept. 1813 ; and had issue (with another da. who d. www.) lb 
to 36. 

16. Margaret Fraser of Fraserfield, d. 19 4wg. 1839 ; in. 27 May 1816, flewry 
David Forbes-Mitchell of Balgownie, J. P., D.L. [Bt. of Craigievar [S.] Coll. (see 
p. 232)], d. 24 July 1869 ; and had issue \c to 5c. 

le. Henry Erskine Forbes- Mitchell of Kinmundy, co. Aberdeen, J. P., Lieut. - 
Col. and Major 21st Hussars, b. 14 July 1821 ; d. 1891 ; m. 12 Ap. 1855, Letitia 
Angelina, da. of Gen. George St. Patrick Lawrence, K.C.S.I., C.B., d. 29 Oct. 1857 ; 
and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Margaret Isabella Forbes-Mitchell. 

2d. Louisa Letitia Forbes-Mitchell, m. 7 Oct. 1879, Capt. Christian Ernest A rp 
von During, formerly Prussian Army ; and has issue \e to 3e. 

le. Arp Henry George Louis Charles John von Diiring, b. 1880. 

2e. Letitia Charlotte Helen von During, I , . 

b > twins. 
2>e. Isabelle Uda Catherine von Diiring, J 

2c. Margaret Moir Forbes-Mitchell, d. 1 Nov. 1904 ; m. 25 Mar. 1846, Alexander 
Kinloch Forbes, Judge of the High Court, Bombay (see p. 230), d. at Poonah Si) Aug. 
1865 ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Rev. John Fraser Forbes, M.A. (Oxon.), Chaplain, Bombay, b. 17 June 
1847; d. 1887; m. 13 June 1878, Edith Palin, da. of Henry Wenden of Barnes, 
Surrey ; and had issue le to 4c. 

le. Alistair Esme Buchan Forbes, an Engineer, b. 1881. 

2c. Agnes Dorothy Mary Forbes. 

3c. Emmeline Brita Cahusac Forbes. 

4c. Edith Margaret Lyndhurst Forbes. 

2d. Henry David Erskine Forbes, formerly Assist. Sup. in Revenue Dept., 
Bombay, b. 19 Ap. 1849 ; m. 1884, Alice Georgina, da. of Henry Ingle. 

3d. Rev. Edward Esme Forbes, Vicar of Roft'ey, formerly Capt. I.S.C. (Roffev 
Vicarage, Horsham), b. 1 Sept. 1855; m. 1st, 10 July 1880, Frederica Maude, da. 
of Brig. -Gen. George Frederick De Berry, d. (-); 2ndly, 8 Ap. 1902, Florence 
Emily Louise, da. of Capt. W. Pemberton Hesketh, 42nd Highlanders. 

4d. Margaret Theodora Lawrence Forbes. 

5d. Emmeline Maria Elizabeth Forbes, m. 1899, Charles Scott Chisholme. 

3c. Rachel Louisa Forbes-Mitchell, b. at Balgownie 5 Ap. 1826 ; d. at Paris 
6 Dec. 1896; m. at Balgownie 29 Mar. 1846, Major-Gen. Francis Gregor Urquhart, 
CB. [Cadet of Craigston], b. at Aberdeen 28 Nov. 1813; d. atBernay, Eure, 19 Sept. 
1889 ; and had issue (with a da., Margaret Isabella Mary, d. unm. 1 Sept. 1891) Id. 

Id. Emily Henrietta Agnes Urquhart, b. at Cork 28 Sept. 1852; m. at Paris 
24 Nov. 1885, Charles Koenig, sometime Artillery Instructor at the St. Cyr Military 
School (Chateau de St. Aubin de Scellon, par Thiberville, Eure) ; and has issue (with 
a da. d. young) le. 

le. Paul Francis Louis Joseph George Koenig, now serving with the Artillery 
at Versailles, b. at Plelan-le-Petit, Cotes du Nord, 12 Sept. 1888. 

4c. Emmeline Forbes-Mitchell, d. 4 Ap. 1881 ; m. 29 Ap. 1851, the Rev. John 
Gabriel Ryde, M.A. (Oxon.), Incumbent of Trinity Church, Melrose, d. there 7 Dec. 
1868 ; and had issue Id to 9d. 

Id. William Erskine Curteis Ryde, b. 3 May 1855. 

2d. Arthur John Ryde. b. 14 Feb. 1857. [N/os. 36473 to 36489. 


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3d. Rev. Lewis Forbes Ryde, M.A. (Oxon.) (89 St. Helen's Gardens, North 
Kensington), b. 10 Mar. 1859. 

id. Francis Edward Ryde, Major late West Indian Regt., b. 15 Nov. 1862. 

od. Herbert George Ryde, b. 16 Aug. 1864. 

6d. Cyril Alexander Ryde, b. 21 May 1866. 

Id. Henrietta Fraser Ryde. 

M. Caroline Elizabeth Ryde. 

9d. Ada Margaret Ryde. 

5c. Georgina Mary Agnew Forbes, d. 2 May 1905; m. 24 Dec. 1857, Robert 
Spotliswool Farquhar-Spottiswood of Muiresk, co. Aberdeen, d. 2 Ap. 1873; and 
had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Henry Alexander Farquhar-Spottiswood of Muiresk, J. P. (Muiresk, Turriff, 
co. Aberdeen), b. 18 Aug. 1859 : in. 1 June 1882, Elizabeth Agnes, da. of Sir George 
Samuel Abercromby, 6th Bt. [S.]; and has issue \e to 2e. 

\e. Alistair Robert Farquhar-Spottiswood, Lieut. R.N., b. 10 Aug. 1885. 

2e. Violet Douglas Farquhar-Spottiswood. 

2d. Thomas William Farquhar-Spottiswood, b. 13 May 1871. 

3fl!. Mary Georgina Farquhar-Spottiswood (Mount St. Ternan, Banchory, 

2b. Rachael Fraser, da. and co-h., b. 2 May 1798 ; d. 13 Feb. 1867 ; m. 15 July 
1828, William Maxwell, b. 26 Aug. 1791 ; d. 17 Nov. 1869 ; and had issue (with 4 
sons and a da. d. unm.) Ic to 2c. 

\c. Wellwood Maxwell b. 14 July 1830; d. 6 Jan. 1909; m. 14 Ap. 1864, 
Isabella, da. of William Moir of Park, co. Aberdeen, d. 4 June 1898 ; and had 
issue Id to 6d. 

Id. William George Maxwell, Solicitor, b. 7 Mar. 1870; unm. 

2d. Wellwood James Maxwell, Chartered Accountant (Holmfield, Aigburth, 
Liverpool), b. 31 Mar. 1872; unm. 

3d. Mary Elizabeth Maxwell, unm. 

4d. Rachael Maxwell, unm. 

5d. Isabella Margaret Maxwell, unm. 

6d. Catherine Louisa Maxwell, unm. 

2c. Katharine Isabella Maxwell, unm. 

3b. Mary Fraser, da. and co-h., d. 23 Feb. 1873 ; m. 10 Feb. 1825, William 
Urquhart of Craigston, co. Aberdeen, J -P., D.L., d. Mar. 1847 ; and had issue \c. 

\c. Mary Isabella Urquhart of Craigston, d. 12 Dec. 1873; m. 20 Aug. 1846, 
William Pollard, afterwards (R.L. 11/24 June 1847) Pollard-Urquhart of Castle 
Pollard, co. Westmeath, M.P., J. P., D.L., d. 1 June 1871 ; and had issue Id to 8d. 

Id. Walter William Dutton Pollard-Urquhart of Castle Pollard, J. P., D.L., 
b. 10 July 1847; d.s.p. 29 Dec. 1892. 

2d. Francis Edward Romulus Pollard-Urquhart of Craigston and Castle Pollard, 
Lieut.-Col. (ret.) R.A., J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Westmeath 1901 (Castle Pollard, 
co. Westmeath ; Craigston Castle, Turriff, co. Aberdeen), b. 8 Sept. 1848 ; m. 28 Nov. 
1888, Louisa Henrietta, da. of Garden Duff of Hatton Castle, d. 1 Oct. 1908. 

3d. Rev. Arthur de Capel Broke Pollard-Urquhart, b. 1 Ap. 1850. 

id. Michael Bruce Pollard-Urquhart, b. 25 Dec. 1851; d. 29 Ap. 1879; m. 
June 1875, Florence Adeline, da. of ( — ) Billings ; and had issue \e. 

le. Michael Bruce Pollard-Urquhart, Lieut. Scottish Rifles, b. 15 Aug. 1879. 

5d. Montagu Alexis Pollard Urquhart, C.E., b. 9 May 1859; m. July 1882, 
Honora Elizabeth, da. of the Rev. L. A. Buckley of Alderford ; and has issue 
\e to 3e. 

le. William Edward Pollard-Urquhart. 

2e. Arthur Lewis Pollard-Urquhart. [Nos. 36490 to 36514. 

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Be. Nora Mary Pollard-Urquhart, d. Aug. 1909; m. 1G Jan. 1906, /irtf&Mr 
Harold Loughborough, R.A. 

Gd. Adah Mary Louisa Pollard-Urquhart, w. Oct. 1882, Dudley "Billings. 

Id. Leonora Anna Maria Helen Pollard-Urquhart. 

Ed. Ootavia Harriet Pollard-Urquhart, m. July 1888, Charles Humphreys, 
M.l>. (2 Avenue Crescent, Mill Hill Park, Acton, W.) ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Frances Styles Humphreys, b. 15 Jan. 1896. 

2e. Mildred Humphreys, b. 7 June 1889. 

la. Henry David Fraser, an Officer in the British Army and a Brig. -Gen. in 
the Portuguese, b. 27 Ap. 1762 ; d. 4 Aug. 1810; m. 6 Oct. 1800, Mary Christina, 
da. of John Forbes of Skellater, G.C.B.A., G.C.C.S., Field-Marshal and Gov. of Rio 
de Janeiro, &c, d. at Lisbon; and had issue {with 2 sons and a da. who d.s.p.) lb 
to 2b. 

lb. Sophia Maria Jane Fraser, d. (-); m. 1827, Count Henry . Francis de 
Bombellcs, d. 1850; and had issue. 

2b. Margaret Alexia Fraser, d. (-); m. the Marquis of Gargallo. 

3a. Erskine Fraser of Woodhill, co. Aberdeen, Col. \09th Regt., b. 23 June 
1766 ; d. 21 Jan. 1804 ; m. 3 May 1794, Elizabeth,da. of Thomas Forbes of Ballogie, 
d. 18 Aug. 1813 ; and had issue 16. 

16. William Fraser of Woodhill, Lieut.-Col. in the Army, b. 21 Nov. 1796; d. 
13 July 1872 ; m. 20 Aug. 1833, Mary Elizabeth, da. of Thomas Starkie Shuttleworth 
of Ashton, co. Lane. ; an I had issue \c. 

\c. Elizabeth Fraser. 

ia. Katherine Anne Fraser, d. 27 Dec. 1836 ; m. 27 Mar. 1777, Duncan Forbes, 
afterwards (1772) Forbes-Mitchell of Thainstone, co. Aberdeen [3rd son of Sir Arthur 
Forbes of Craigievar, ith Bt. [S. 1629]], b. 26 Mar. 1757; d. 6 Oct. 1796; and 
had issue (with 3 elder sons, &c, who d.s.p.) lb to 3b. 

lb. John Forbes-Mitchell of Thainstone, b. 21 Mar. 1786 ; d. in France 9 July 
1822 ; m. 8 Feb. 1809, Ann, da. of Lieut.-Col. George Powell, H.E.I.C. Art., d. 
Sept. 1861 ; and had issue le to 3c. 

If. Duncan Forbes-Mitchell of Thainstone, J .P., D.L., b. 30 Oct. 1812; d. 
13 Aug. 1870; m. 18 Feb. 1824, Maria, da. of Lieut.-Col. Robert Anthony Bromley, 
H.E.I.C.S., d. 1892 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. John Forbes-Mitchell of Thainstone, J. P., D.L., F.S.A., b. 25 June 1843; 
d.s.p. 25 Ap. 1882; m. 28 Jidy 1870, Jane Maria (Thainstone, Kintore ; Queen's 
Cross, Aberdeen), da. of Thomas James Rawson of Farrowville, co. Carlow. 

2d. Maria Forbes-Mitchell, m. 20 July 1878, John Alexander Stuart, late of 
the Admiralty and of the Office of the Secretary of State for War. 

3d. Elizabeth Erskine Forbes-Mitchell (Dacca House, Colchester), m. 20 Sept. 
1870, Lieut.-Col. John Nathaniel Gower, 78th Regt., d. Sept. 1905 ; and has issue 
It' to 3e. 

le. John Forbes Gower, b. 1877. 

2e. Hugh Duncan Gower, b. 1882. 

3e. Alice Lilian Gower. 

2c. John George Forbes, Major H.E.I.C.S., b. 4 Mar. 1814; d. 29 Ap. 1860; 
m. 17 June 1837, Eliza Maria, da. of John Lcckie, d. 10 July 1857; and had 
issue Id. 

Id. Charles Pulteney Forties, Major-Gen., formerly Col. and Lieut.-Col. Comdg. 
2nd Batt. Leinster Regt. (Fairlawn, Bath Road, Reading), b. 29 Nov. 1840; m. 
13 Jan. 1864, Hannah, da. of John Sims. 

3c. Alexander Kinloch Forbes, Judge of the High Court of Bombay, b. 7 July 
1821 ; d. at Poonah 31 Aug. 1865 ; m. 25 Mar. 1846, Margaret Moir, da. of Henry 
David Forbes-MitchM of Balgownie, d. 1 Nov. 1904 ; and had issue. 

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25. Alexander Forbes, Brazilian Merchant, b. 13 Ort. 1788 ; d. 3 Feb. 1843 ; 
m. 11 Sept. 1811, /««rf, (/a. of Sir William Forbes of Craigievar, Uh Bt. [S.], d. 
15 Feb. 1846 ; and had issue \c to 4c. 

lc. Duncan Forbes of Eman Lodge, co. Aberdeen, b. 7 Nov. 1815 ; d. 1894 : m. 
14 Ap. 1852, Sarah, da. of Sir John Forbes of Craigievar, 7th Bt. [S.], d. 6 Oct. 
1891 ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. John Forbes, b. 24 Mar. 1855. 

2d. Alexander Mansfield Forbes, b. 28 Ap. 1858; in. 1887, Mary Antoinette, 
da. of Alexander Forbes of Galliris, co. Aberdeen ; and has issue le to 3c. 

\e. Duncan Alexander Forbes, b. 1888. 

2e. Mansfield Duval Forbes, b. 1889. 

3e. Mhari Margaret Forbes. 

3d. William Henry Forbes, b. 26 Aug. 1860. 
id. Charlotte Jessie Forbes. 
bd. Katherine Elizabeth Forbes. 

•2c. William Forbes, Major-Gen. H.E.I.C.S., b. 29 May 1820; d. 6 May 1877 ! 
m. 1st, Sophia Adams, da. of ( — ) Fell, d. ( - ) ; 2ndly, Frances Helen, da. of R. S. M- 
Spry, d. 1896 ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. 1 John Forbes, b. at Agra 1853 ; d. (?s.p.). 

2d: 2 William Alexander Forbes, formerly Capt. 4th Batt. Devonshire Regt., 
b. 1861 ; m. 1902, Katherina Fanny, da. of the Rev. E. Royds of Brereton. 

3d: 2 Duncan James Forbes, b. 1864. 

id. 2 Henrietta Jessie Forbes. 

M. 2 Rachel Helen Forbes. 

3c. Sarah Forbes, d. 4 Ap. 1851 ; m. 20 Feb. 1844, Alexander Gordon of Newton, 
co. Aberdeen, d. 8 Aug. 1868 ; and had issue \d to id. 

Id. Alexander Morison Gordon, b. 14 July 1846 ; m. 26 July 1870, Margaret, 
da. of Capt. James Crawford, Bombay Engineers ; and has issue le. 

le. Margaret Helena Gordon. 

2d. Duncan Forbes Gordon, Capt. 92nd Gordon Highlanders, b. 30 May 

3d. Janet Forbes Gordon, m. 10 June 1869, Frederick de Lemare Morison, 
Col. 1st Royal Scots; and has issue le to 2c. 

le. Alexander Edward Forbes Morison. 

2e. Isabel Gordon Morison. 

id. Jane Margaret Gordon. 

4c Katharine Anne Forbes, d. 3 Aug. 1903 ; m. 1 Dec. 1840, John Angus, J. P., 
Advocate, Town Clerk of Aberdeen and Sheriff-Substitute for that co., d. 6 Nov. 1878 ; 
and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Alexander Forbes Angus, J.P. (Sydney, N.S.W. ; Junior Carlton), b. 
25 Ap. 1844 ; m. 14 Mar. 1883, Miriam Adelaide, da. of the Hon. Samuel Aaron 
Joseph of Sydney, M.L.A., s.p.s. 

2d. John Angus, Lieut. -Col. Army Pay Dept., formerly York and Lancaster 
Regt. (Grosvenor Club), b. 9 Nov. 1845; m. 5 Sept. 1870, Edith Mary, da. of 
Edward Ronald Douglas, CLE., Dep. Director-Gen. Post Office of India; and has 
issue le. 

le. Ella Email Forbes Douglas Angus. 

3d. William James Angus, formerly Lieutenant Highland L.I. Militia (United 
Empire), b. 11 Jan. 1856. 

id. Margaret Forbes Angus, m. as 2nd wife, 17 July 1873, William John 
Renny of Danevale Park, Kirkcudbright, D.L., d. 25 Jan. 1879 ; and had issue le 
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le. Percy Cyril Forbes Napier Kenny (Bath Club), b. 1 Sept. 1875. 
2*. Angus Gordon Lyle Renny, > & _ (twing) g Ju]y lg76 _ 
3e. Stanley Alexander Renny, J 

5d. Janet Christian Angus, m. 3 Aug. 1880, James Alexander Beattie, C.E. 
(Dalbeattie, Murtle, co. Aberdeen ; Scottish Conservative) ; and has issue le to 2e. 
le. Rev. Walter Roland Jardine Beattie, b. 31 Dec. 1883. 
2e. Lilias Berkeley Beattie. 

36. Henry David Forbes-Mitchell of Balgownie, J. P., D.L., b. 12 Nov. 1790; 
d. 24 July 1869 ; m. 27 May 1816, Margaret, da. and co-h. of Alexander Fraser of 
Fraser field, d. 19 Aug. 1839; and had issue. 

See p. 228, Nos. 36473-36501. [Nos. 36559 to 36593. 

12G. Descendants of Lady FRANCES Erskine (Table XIV.), b. 1700 ; 
d, 1774 ; m. 11 July 172G, Col. James Gardiner of Bankton, 
d. (being killed at the battle of Prestonpans), 22 Sept. 1745 ; 
and had issue (with 9 others d. young) la to 4«. 

la. David Gardiner, Cornet in Sir John Cope's Dragoons July 1747, b. 1727. 

la. James Gardiner, an Officer in the Army, V>. 1728. 

3rt. Frances Gardiner, d. 7 Dec. 1811 ; m. 1750, Sir William Baird of Saughlon, 
5th Bt. [S.], Capt. R.N., d. 17 Aug. 1771 ; and had (with possibly other) issue lb. 

lb. Sir James Gardiner Baird, Uh Bt. [S.], Lieut.-Col. 28th Light Dragoons, d. 
23 June 1836; m. 1st, 1781, Henrietta, da. of Wynne Johnston of Hilltown ; and 
had issue le to 5c. 

le. William Baird, Capt. in the Army, d.v.p. ; in. 28 Mar. 1809, Lucy, da. of 
Thomas Dickson of Prospect House, co. Hants ; and had issue Id to 6d. 

Id. Sir James Gardiner Baird, 1th Bt. [S.], D.L., Capt. 10th Hussars, b. 
20 Aug. 1813; d. & Jan. 1896; m. 13 Mar. 1845, Henrietta Mary, da. of John 
Wauchope of Edmonstone, co. Edin. [Bt. Coll. (see p. 233)], d. 3 Nov. 1896 ; and had 
issue le. 

le. Sir William James Gardiner Baird of Saughton, 8th Bt. [S.], J.P., late 
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Lothians and Berwickshire Imp. Yeo., formerly 7th 
Hussars (The Knoll, North Berwick ; Carlton ; New (Edinburgh) ), b. 23 Feb. 1854 ; 
m. 3 Ap. 1879, the Hon. Arabella Rose, da. of William Wallace (Hozier), 1st Baron 
Newlands [U.K.] ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. James Hozier Gardiner Baird, Capt. 4th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers, b. 25 Nov. 1883. 

2/. William Frank Gardiner Baird, formerly Lieut. 7th Dragoon Guards, etc., 
b. 18 Ap. 1885. 

3/. Frances Harriet Baird. 

2d. David Baird, b. 28 Ap. 1815; d. (? unm. s.p.). 
3d. Mackenzie William Baird, b. 8 Dec. 1816 (?s.p.). 

id. Henrietta Jemima Baird, b. 14 Jan. 1810 ; d. 7 Feb. 1889 ; m.lFeb. 1836, 
John Hoskins of South Perrot, co. Som. 

5d. Mary Alicia Baird, b. 18 Ap. 1811 ; d. (? unm.). 
6d. Frances Baird, b. 26 Ap. 1819 ; d. (?unm.). 

2c. Richard Frederick Baird. 
3c. Margaret Mary Baird. 

4c. Henrietta Warrander Cecilia Baird, d. 8 Nov. 1826 ; m. Sept. 1815, John 
Wauchope of Edmonstone, d. 27 June 1837 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

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Id. Sir John Wauchope, afterwards (1862) Don-Wauckope, 8th Bt. [S.] 1667, 
Chairman of the Board of Education for Scotland, &c, b. 10 July 1816 ; d. 12 Dec. 
1893 ; m. 26 Ap. 1853, Bethia Hamilton, da. of Andrew Buchanan of Greenfield, co. 
Lanark ; and had issue le to 6e. 

le. Sir John Douglas Don- Wauchope, 9th Bt. [S.] (Edmonstone, Gilmerton, 
Midlothian; Newton House, Millerhill, Dalkeith), b. 15 Sept. 1859. 

le. Andrew Ramsay Don-Wauchope (5 Neville Street, Onslow Square, S.W.), 
b. 29 Ap. 1861 ; m. 28 Oct. 1903, Maizie, da. of Major-Gen. Sir William Salmond, 

3e. Patrick Hamilton Don-Wauchope, W.S. (13 Saxe-Coburg Place, Edinburgh ; 
New Club), b. 1 May 1863; m. 10 June 1897, Georgiana Kenira, da. of George 
Fitzjohn ; and has issue 1/. 

If. Patrick George Don-Wauchope, b. 7 May 1898. 

ie. Bethia Hamilton Don-Wauchope. 

5e. Henrietta Cecilia Don-Wauchope, m. 29 Nov. 1882, Major Ernest Digby 
Mansel, formerly Highland L.I. [Bt. of Muddlescombe [E. 1621] Coll.] (Naval and 

Qe. Clotilde Georgina Don-Wauchope (16 Cheyne Court, Chelsea), m. 29 Jan. 
1886, the Hon. Arthur Henry Browne [4th son of John Cavendish, 3rd Lord 
Kilmaine [I.], and a descendant of Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV. (see 
Exeter Volume, p. 432), d. 3 May 1908 ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Clotilde Mary Hamilton Browne. 

2/. Clementina Bethia Evelyn Browne. 

3/. Gertrude Cicely Juliet Browne. 

2d. Henrietta Mary Wauchope, d. 3 Nov. 1896; m. 13 Mar. 1845, Sir James 
Gardiner Baird of Saughton, 1th Bt. [S.], d. 3 Nov. 1896 ; and had issue. 
See p. 232, Nos. 36594-36597. 
5c. Alicia Sophia Baird, d. (?unm.). 

ia. Richenora Gardiner, m. Lawrence Inglis ; and had issue. 1 

[Nos. 36598 to 36611. 

127. Descendants of Alathea Fairfax (Table XIV.), d. (-); m. 
Ralph Pigott of Whitton ; and had issue 2 la. 

la. Nathaniel Pigott, d. 1804 ; m. Anna Mathurina, da. of ( — ) de Beriol, 
Grand Baillie of the Lordship of Aigemont Tavinque in the Austrian Netherlands, 
d. 1792 ; and had issue (with others) lb. 

lb. Charles Gregory Pigott, afterwards (Act Pari. 1793) Fairfax of Gilling 
Castle, co. York, to which estate he sue. on the death of his cousin, the Hon. Anne 
Fairfax, 8 May 1793 ; second son, b. c. 1768 ; d. 29 Dec. 1845 ; m. 9 June 1794, 
Mary, da. of Henry Goodricke [eldest son and h.-app. of Sir John Goodricke, 5th Bt. 
[E. 1641]], d. 28 Jan. 1845; and had issue lc to 4c. 

le. Charles Gregory Fairfax of Gilling, bapt. 14 June 1796; d.s.p. 21 Ap. 

2c. Mary Ann Fairfax, b. 16 Ap. 1795 ; d. (? unm.). 

3c. Harriet Fairfax, bapt. 15 Dec. 1804; d.s.p.; m. 22 Feb. 1838, Francis 
Cholmley of Bransby Hall, co. York, d.s.p. 3 Aug. 1855. 

4c. Lavinia Fairfax, bapt. 24 Oct. 1802 ; d. ( - ) ; m. the Rev. James Alexander 
Barnes, Rector of Gilling, living 1874. 

1 Paul's " Scots Peerage," ii. 276. 

2 Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees"; Burke's " Commoners," ii. 113. 

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128. Descendants, if any surviving, of Sir Robert Laton of East 

Laton and Sexhow, co. Yorks, who granted a lease of East 
Laton for 99 years to James Brook, 4 Sept. 1669, and after- 
wards sold the said place to his brother Bryan, 21 Sept. 1671 ' 

(Table XV.), d. (-) ; m. Anne, da. of ( ); and had issue 

(with 3 elder sons, Thomas, Alexander, and John, who all 
d.s.p.) la to 5a. 

la. Robert Laton or Layton of Norwich, who was living 31 Jan. 1703, when he 
filed a Bill in Chancery claiming the Manor of East Laton against Sir James 
Brook, Bt. 

2a. Charles Laton. 

3a. Elizabeth Laton, living 1691 ; m. Anthony Danby of Leek, co. York. 

ia. Mary Laton, living 1691 ; m. Thomas Brasse of Flasse, co. Durham. 

5a. Catherine Laton, living a widow 1691 ; m. ( — ) Leeke. 

129. Descendants, if any, of Bryan Laton of East Laton, co. York, 

which Manor he bought from his elder brother Robert for 
£3000, 21 Sept. 1671, and afterwards, 28 Mar. 1678, sold to 
Sir James Brook, Bt. (Table XV.), d, (-); m. and had 
issue la. 

la. Charles Laton, son and h., living 31 Jan. 1703, when he was one of the 
defendants in a suit in Chancery on the complaint of his cousin Robert Laton. . 

130. Descendants of Sir William Foulis of Inglebv, co. York, 5th 

Bt. [E.] (Table XV.), 6. c. 1680 ; bur. 11 Dec."l756 ; m. 1721, 
Mildred, da. of Henry (Dawnay), 2nd Viscount Downe [I.], 
bur. 6 Feb. 1780 ; and had issue la. 

la. Sir William Foulis, 6th Bt. [£.], b. 1729; bur. 17 June 1780; m. 1758, 
Hannah, da. and h. of John Robinson of Buckton, co. York, d. (a. June) 1812 ; and 
had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. Sir William Foulis, 1th Bt. [E.], bapt. 30 Ap. 1759 ; d. 5 Sept. 1802 ; m. 
1789, Mary Anne [also descended from Edward III. through Mortimer-Percy, 
(see p. 397)], da. of Edmund Tumor of Panton House, co. Line, d. 18 Oct. 1831 ; 
and had issue lr to 5c. 

lr. Sir William Foulis, 8th Bt. [£.], bapt. 29 May 1790; d. 7 Nov. 1815; m. 

11 May 1S25, Mary Jane, da. of Gen. Sir Charles Ross, 6th Bt. [S.] [by his wife, 
Lady Mary, nee FitzGerald], d. 11 June 1852 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Mary Foulis, da. and h., d. 14 June 1891 ; in. as 1st wife, 23 Ap. 1850, 
Philip (Sidney), 2nd Baron de L'Isle and Dudley [U.K.] [senior representative and 
heir of line of the Lady Anne Plantagenet, sister of Kings Edward IV. and Richard 
III. (see Exeter Volume, p. 77)], d. 17 Feb. 1898 ; and had issue le to 3e. 

le. Pbilip (.Sidney), 3rd Baron de LTsle and Dudley [U.K.] [present senior 
representative and beir of line of tbe Lady Anne Plantagenet, etc.] (Penhursl Place, 
Tonbridge, Kent; Ingleby Manor, Middlesbrough ; Carlton), b. 14 May 1853; m. 

12 July 1902, the Hon. Elizabeth Maria, widow of William Harvey Astell, J.P., 
D.L., da. of Standisb Prendenjast (Vereker), 4tb Viscount Gort [I.]. 

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2c. Hon. Algernon Sidney, Lieut. -Col. and Brevet-Col. R.A. (Marlborough), 
b. 11 June 1854. 

oe. Hon. William Sidney, Bar. Inner Temple (107 Shane Street, S.W.), b. 
19 Aug. 1859 ; m. 5 Dec. 1905, Winifred, da. of Roland Yorke Bevan ; and has i.ssue 
1/ to 2/. 

If. William Philip Sidney, b. 23 May 1909. 

If. Mary Olivia Sidney, b. 20 Nov. 1906. 

2c. Rev. Sir Henry Fuulis of Ingleby, 8th and last 1 Bt. [£.], bapt. 15 Sept. 
1800; d.s.p. 7 Oct. 1876. 

3c. Hannah Foidis, d. 1869; m. 28 Nov. 1815, the Rev. Danson Richardson 
Roundel!, sometime (1806-51) Currer, and finally (R.L. 21 Oct. 1851) RoundcU of 
Gledstone, J. P., D.L., b. 3 Ap. 1784; d. 10 Mar. 1873; <»/<? W m»c 1 ( / 
to 3d. 

Id. William Ronndell of Gledstone, High Sheriff co. York 1881, b. 17 July 
1817; d. 21 Oct. 1881; m. 20 Ap. 1864, Harriet Jane, da. of Francis Benyon 
Hackelt of Moor Hall, d. 30 Sept. 1895 ; and had issue le. 

le. Richard Foidis Roundell of Gledstone, J. P., Capt. 5th Batt. Northumber- 
land Fusiliers (Gledstone, Skipton-in-C raven), b. 4 Nov. 1872; m. 29 Nov. 1898, 
Beatrice Maud, da. of Sir Matthew Amcotts Wilson of Eshton Hall, 3rd Bt. [U.K.], 
J. P. ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Richard Henry Selborne Roundell, b. 27 Sept. 1901. 

2/. Diana Georgina Amcotts Roundell, b. 2 Jan. 1900. 

3/. Nancy Lea Roundell, b. 25 Dec. 1902. 

•2d. Charles Savile RoundcU, J. P., D.L., M.P. 1880-95, Private Sec. to Earl 
Spencer while Lord-Lieut, of Ireland, b. 19 July 1827 ; d. 3 Mar. 1906 ; m. 10 May 
1873, Julia Anne Elizabeth [descended from King Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, 
p. 208)] ; and had issue le. 

le. Christopher Foulis Roundell (Dorfold Hall, Cheshire), b. 11 July 1876. 

3d. Mary Anne Roundell, d. 20 June 1898; m. as 2nd wife, 11 Jan. 1855, 
Capt. John Hotham of Scraflwood, co. Notts [Bt. Coll.], d. 1881 ; and had issue le 
to 3c. 

le. George Hotham, b. 4 Ap. 1856. 

2e. Mary Hotham, unm. 

3c. Lucy Hotham, num. 

4c. Mary Ann Foulis, d. 1 Feb. 1860; m. 19 Jan. 1822, Sir Tatton Sykes of 
Sledmere, ith Bt. [G.B.] [descended from King Henry VII.], d. 21 Mar. 1863; and 
had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 389-390, Nos. 29382-29406. 

5c. Sophia Frances Foulis, d. (-) ; m. 21 Aug. 1873, Philip D. Pauncefort 
Buncombe of Great Brickhill, co. Bucks. 

2b. John Robinson Foulis of Buckton, j.u. d. 29 Ap. 1826; m. 16 Nov. 1795. 
Decima Hester Beatrix [descended from King Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, p. 391)]. 
da. of Sir Christopher Sykes, 2nd Bt. [G.B.], b. 15 Dec. 1775 ; d. Ap. 1843 ; and had 
issue (with others who d.s.p.) lc to 2c. 

le. Elizabeth Foulis, da. and co-h., d. (-); m. Vice-Adm. George Edward 
Watts, C.B., d. 2 Jan. 1860 ; and had issue. 2 

2c. Lucy Dorothea Foulis, d. 1886 ; m. 26 Ap. 1827, the Rev. Charles Wasteneys 
Eyre of Rampton, co. Notts, d. 30 Oct. 1862 ; and had issue. 
See the Exeter Volume, pp. 612-613, Nos. 52175-52180. 

[Nos. 36613 to 36655. 

1 See G. E. C.'s "Complete Baronetage," i. 136. 
- Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees." 

2 3S 

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131. Descendants of William Chaloner of Gnisboro', co. York 
(Table XV.), bur. (? at St. Maurice's, York) ] 4 July 1756 ; m. 
Mary, da. of James Finny of Finnyham, co. Stafford ; and 
had issue la to 4a. 

la. William Chaloner of Gnisboro', J.P., D.L., b. 14 Aug. 1745; d. 8 May 
1793; m. 8 Aug. 1771, Emma, sister of A dm. Sir Eliab Harvey, G.C.B., da. of 
William Harvey of Chigwell / and had issue lb to 3b. 

lb. Robert Chaloner of Gnisboro', J. P., D.L., M.P., and Lord Mayor of York 
1817, b. 23 Sept. 1776; d. 7 Oct. 1842; m. 24 Jan. 1805, the Hon. Frances Laura 
[descended from the Lady Anne of Exeter, sister of King Edward IV., &c], da. of 
Thomas {Dundas), 1st Baron Dundas [G.B.], d. 27 Nov. 1843 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 260, Nos. 9779-9798. 

■2b. Charlotte Chaloner, b. {twin) 12 Ap. 1787; d. (-); m. Thomas Barton 
Bowen, Bar.-at-Law, and one of the Commissioners of the Court of Insolvency. 

3b. Williamina Chaloner, b. (posthumous) 6 Nov. 1793 ; d. (-) ; m. Col. Alex- 
ander Wynch [2nd son of Alexander Wynch, Governor of Madras 2 Feb. lTi3-Dec. 
1775 (see Supp.)], b. at Cuddalore, Madras, 10 Aug. 1751 ; d. (-) ; and had issue 
(2 das., of whom one was b. at Tunbridge Wells, 3 Mar. 1818). 

2a. Edward James Chaloner of Lincoln, Surgeon, d. ( - ) ; m. Theophania, da. 
of ( — ) Bitrridge of Lincoln ; and had issue lb to 3b. 

lb. Edward Chaloner, Capt. in the Army, d. (1 s.p.) of wounds received at the 
storming of Morne Fortune, St. Lucia, bur. at St. Martin's, York, 4 July 1807 ; 
m. (-).i 

26. Theophania Chaloner, b. 23 Jan. 1779 ; d. 9 June 1857 ; m. 12 Aug. 1798, 
Thomas LoJington Fairfax of Steeton and Newton Kyme, co. York, d. 1 July 1840 ; 
and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 535-536, Nos. 48976-49015. 

3b. Louisa Chaloner, d. (-) ; m. the Rev. Edmund Edmonson, Vicar of Coking- 

3a. Anne Chaloner, d. 22 Feb. 1805; m. 12 May 1761, Edward (Lascelles), 
1st Baron Harewood [G.B.], so cr. 16 June 1796, and Earl of Harewood [U.K.], so 
cr. 7 Sept. 1812, d. 3 Ap. 1820 ; and had issue lb to 3b. 

lb. Henry (Lascelles), 2nd Earl of Harewood [U.K.], &c, b. 25 Dec. 1767; d. 
2ANov. 1841; m. 3 Sept. 1794, Henrietta [descended from the Ladv Isabel Plan- 
tagenet], da. of Lieut.-Gcn. Sir John Sebright, 6th Bt. [E.], d. 15 Feb. 1840; and 
had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, p. 324, Nos. 33493-33589. 

2b. Lady Frances Lascelles, b. 11 June 1762 ; d. 31 Mar. 1817 ; m. 4 Oct. 1784, 
the Hon. John Douglas, b. 1 July 1756 ; d. 1 May 1818; and had issue \c to 7c. 

Ic. George Sholto (Douglas), 19th Earl of Morton [S.], b. 23 Dec. 1789; d. 
31 Mar. 1858; m. 3 July 1817, Frances Theodora [descended from the Lady Anne, 
sister to King Edward IV., &c.\ da. of the Right Hon. Sir George Henry Rose, 
G.C.H., P.C., M.P., d. 12 July 1879 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 645-646, Nos. 55598-55673. 

2c. Rev. the Hon. Charles Douglas of Earlsgift, co. Tyrone, who had a Royal 
Warrant of Precedency as son of an Earl 23 Aug. 1835, b. 10 Mar. 1796 ; d. 28 Jan. 
1857 ; m. 1st, 2 Mar. 1816, Ladv Isabella, da. of Arthur (Gore), 2nd Earl of Arran 
[I.], d. 30 Nov. 1838 ; 2ndly, 28 Dec. 1852, Agnes Julia, da. of Capt. John S. Rich 
of Woodlands, Castle Connell [who re-m. 2ndly, Oct. 1862, Lieut.-Col. Wills Croft 
Gason] ; and had issue Id to 7d. 

Id. William Grant Douglas, Comm. R.N., b. 25 Feb. 1824; d. 16 Dec. 1898; 
m. 1st, 16 Dec. 1851, Elizabeth, da. of William Inglis, d. May 1865; 2ndly, 6 June 

[Nos. 36656 to 36888. 

1 Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees." 

of %\>t Bloofc ftopal 

1867, Elizabeth Frances (37 South Parade, Southsea), da. of Thomas Agmondesham 
Vesey of Caledon, co. Tyrone; and had issue le to Qe. 

le. Sholto Osborne Gordon Douglas, B.A. (Oxon.), b. 14 Sept. 1873. 

2& 1 Bessie Henrietta Douglas, m. 1st, 1 Feb. 1875, Claud William Leslie Ogilby 
of Altnachree Castle, co. Tyrone (see below), d. 1894 ; 2ndly, 1895, Hugo Bartels. 

3c 1 Ada Charlotte Douglas, m. 1st, 1886, Harris St. John Diek, d. 1886 ; 2ndly, 
1892, Frederick Gray Maturin. 

4c. 1 Mary Louisa Douglas, m. 17 Jan. 1877, Colin Bent Phillip. 

5c. 1 Margaret Caroline Douglas, m. as 2nd wife, 1883, the Rev. Edward 
Douglas Prothero (see below). 

6e. 2 Maude Isabel Gore Douglas, m. 23 Ap. 1895, Capt. Cuthbert Edward 
Hunter, R.N. 

Id. Gordon James Douglas of Poppleton House, York, b. 27 Aug. 1835; d. 
1904; m. 12 Aug. 1858, Louisa, da. of James Turbett of Owenstoun, co. Dublin ; 
and had issue le. 

le. Isabella Sophia Frances Douglas, m. 20 Sept. 1883, Belford Randolph 
Wilson, Capt. 4th Royal Irish Dragoons, d. 1897. 

3d. Augusta Frederica Douglas, b. 22 Nov. 1819; d. (-); m. 15 Dec. 1842, 
Henry Poore Cox, d. 8 May 1876 ; and had issue le to 6e. 

le. William Douglas Cox, b. 1 June 1844; d. 1905; m. 2 Ap. 1865, Mary 
Anne Amelia Catherine (Tokio, Japan), da. of the Rev. Edward Pole [Bt. (E. 1628) 
Coll.] ; and had issue If to If. 

If. Edward Pole Cox, b. 28 Jan. 1866. 

2/. Henry Augustus Cox, b. 13 Nov. 1876. 

2e. Henry Poore Cox, b. 10 Dec. 1846; m. 4 Dec. 1875, Augusta Anne, da. of 
Surgeon-Major William Walter Weld ; and has issue 1/. 

If. Alice Frederica Cox, b. 21 Nov. 1878. 

3e. Charles Louis Hamilton Cox, b. 27 Nov. 1850. 

ie. George Nelson Cox, b. 3 Feb. 1861. 

5e. Caroline Marianne Cox. 

6e. Annie Elizabeth Georgiana Cox. 

M. Julia Mary Douglas, b. 1% Aug. 1822 ; d. (-) ; m. 20 July 1848, Lieut-Col. 
George James Montgomery, G.C.S., d. at Agra 20 Sept. 1860 ; and had issue le to 3e. 

le. Isabella Montgomery, d. 15 May 1877; m. Charles Edward Macnamara ; 
and had issue (a son and 2 das.). 

2e. Elizabeth Charlotte Montgomery. 

3e. Georgiana Louisa Jane Montgomery. 

5d. Caroline Douglas, b. 1 Dec. 1826; m. 17 Dec. 1844, Lieut.-Col. Edward 
Prothero, 3rd West York L.I. Mil., d. 1887 ; and has issue le. 

le. Rev. Edward Douglas Prothero, Rector of Turweston, d. (-) ; m. 1st, 2 June 
1877, Annie, widow of Charles Church, da. of John Cunningham of Grahamslaw, 
d. (-); 2ndly, 1883, Margaret Caroline (see above), da. of Capt. William Grant 
Douglas, R.N. 

6d. Adelaide Charlotte Douglas, b. 16 June 1830; d. (-); m. 30 Jan. 1851, 
William Ogilby of Altnachree Castle, co. Tyrone, d. 1 Sept. 1873; and had issue 
le to le. 

le. Claud William Leslie Ogilby of Altnachree Castle, Lieut. 31st Regt., b. 1851 ; 
d. 1894 ; m. 17 Feb. 1875, Bessie Henrietta (see above), da. of Capt. William Grant 
Douglas, R.N. [who rem. Indly, 1895, Hugo Bartels]. 

le. James Douglas Ogilby, b. 1853. 

3e. Adelaide Charlotte Ogilby. 

Ae. Isabella Caroline Ogilby. 

be. Beatrice Emma Elizabeth Ogilby. 

6e. Louisa Ogilby. 

le. Edith Sophia Ogilby. [Nos. 36889 to 36912. 

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Id. Louisa Emma Douglas, b. \9Nov. 1831 ; d. (-) ; m. 29 Sept. 1857, Charles 
Burton Fox ; and had issue le to 6c. 

\e. Charles Douglas Fox, b. 21 Jan. 1867. 

2e. Constance Douglas Fox. 

3c. Alice Louisa Fox. 

4c. Beatrice Elizabeth Fox. 

he. Maude Cecilia Fox. 

6c. Katherine Fox. 

3c. Edward Gordon (Douglas, afterwards (R.L. 25 Jan. 1841) Douglas-Pennant), 
1st Baron Penrhyn [U.K.], so cr. 3 Aug. 1866, b. 20 June 1800; d. 31 Mar. 1886; 
m. 1st, 6 Aug. 1833, Juliana Isabella Mary [descended from the Lady Anne, sister 
of King Edward IV., &c], da. and co-h. of George Hay Dawkins Pennant of 
Penrhyn Castle, en. Carnarvon, d. 25 Ap. 1842 ; Indly, 26 Jan. 1846, Lady Maria 
Louisa [descended from George, Duke of Clarence], da. of Henry (FitzRoy), 5th Duke 
of Grafton [E.] ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 457-458, Nos. 36503-36558 ; and the Clarence 
Volume, p. 339, Nos. 10873-10881. 

4c. Lady Frances Douglas, b. 10 Jan. 1786; d. Aug. 1833; m. 21 Ap. 1804, 
Lieut. -Gen. the Hon. Sir William Stewart, G.C.B. [E. of Galloway Coll.], d. 7 Jan. 
1827; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Eoll, pp. 502-503, Nos. 34122-34143. 

5c. Lady Harriet Douglas, b. 8 June 1792; d. 26 Aug. 1833; m. 1st, 25 Nov. 
1809, James Hamilton, Viscount Hamilton [son and h.-app. of John James, 1st 
Marquis of Abercom [G.B.], K.G.], d.v.p. 27 May 1814 ; 2ndly, 8 July 1815, George 
(Gordon), ith Earl of Aberdeen [S.], K.G., d. 14 Dec. 1860 ; and had issue Id to Id. 

Id. James (Hamilton), 1st Duke [I.], 7th Marquis [G.B.], and 10th Earl [S.] of 
Abercom, Ulh Duke of Chatellerault [F.], &c, K.G., P.C., &c, b. 21 Jan. 1811; 
d. 31 Oct. 1885 ; in. 25 Oct. 1832, Lady Louisa Jane [descended from King Henry 
VII.], da. of John (Russell), 6th Duke of Bedford [E.], K.G., d. 31 Mar. 1905 ; and 
had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 481-484, Nos. 33416-33558. 

2d. Right Hon. Lord Claud Hamilton, P.C., M.P., b. 27 July 1813 ; d. 3 June 
1884 ; m. 7 Aug. 1844, Lady Emma Elizabeth [descended from Lady Anne, sister 
of King Edward IV.], da. of Granville Leveson (Proby), 3rd Earl of Carysfort [I.], 
d. 24 June 1900 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 185, Nos. 6638-6645. 

3d-6d. (Sons by 2nd husband.) See the Tudor Eoll, pp. 463-465, Nos. 32741- 

Id. Ladv Harriet Hamilton, b. 21 Mar. 1812; d. 19 Mar. 1884; m. 15 May 
1836, Admiral William Alexander Baillie-Hamilton, R.N. [E. of Haddington Coll.], 
d. 1 Oct. 1881 ; and had issue le to 5c. 

le. Sir William Alexander Baillie-Hamilton, K.C.M.G., C.B., late Chief Clerk 
of the Colonial Office, and Officer of Arms of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, 
formerly Col. Comdg. Lothians and Berwickshire Yeo., Ac. &c. (55 Sloane Street, 
S.W.; Carlton), b. 6 Sept. 1844; m. 21 June 1871, Mary Aynscombe, da. of the 
Rev. John Mossop, Rector of Hothfield ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. George Douglas Baillie-Hamilton, Capt. 2nd Batt. Royal Scots, b. 26 Sept. 

2/. Walter Stuart Baillie-Hamilton, Private Sec. to the Gov. of S. Australia 
(Adm. Sir Day H. Bosanquet, G.C.V.O., K.C.B.), b. 9 Aug. 1880. 

2c. Charles Robert Baillie-Hamilton, late Clerk to the Treasury, b. 24 Sept. 

3c. James Baillie-Hamilton, b. 24 Ap. 1851 ; m. 10 Aug. 1886, Lady Evelyn, 
da. of John (Campbell), 8th Duke of Argyll [S.], K.G., K.T. 

[Nos. 36913 to 37218. 
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ie. Harriet Eleanor Baillie-Hamilton (37 Bedford Square, W.C.), m. 22 Sept. 
1863, Henry Samuel King of the Manor House, Chigwell, co. Essex, J. P., d. 17 Nov. 
1878; and has issue 1/ to 6/. 

1/. Arthur Hamilton King (42 Cambridge Street, Hyde Park, W.), b. 24 Jan. 
1866; m. 26 Oct. 1897, Charlotte Elizabeth, da. of the Rev. Charles Christopher 
Ellison of the Manse, Bracebridge, co. Line. 

2/. Violet Mary King, m. 9 Feb. 1898, Algernon Christian Baily (Woodford 
Green, Essex) ; and has issue lg to 2g. 

lg. Michael Henry Hamilton Baily, b. 6 Dec. 1901. 

lg. Blanche Emma Violet Baily, 6. 1 Oct. 1899. 

3/. Harriet Frances Margaret King. 

4/. Katharine Douglas King, d. 26 Mar. 1901 ; m. 26 June 1900, the Rev. 
Edmund Godfrey Burr, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Chatham (The Rectory, Chatham) ; 
and had issue lg to 2g. 

lg. Katherine Veronica Mary Burr, ) , ,, . . or Ar -, Qnl 
s „., „ , i ' \ b. (twins) 2o Mar. 1901. 

lg. Filumena Mary Douglas Burr, J 

5/. Honora Lilian King. 
6/. Laura Beatrice King. 

5e. Laura Frances Baillie-Hamilton, m. as 2nd wife, 19 Oct. 1901, Ralph 
Gooding, B.A., M.D., J.P., D.L. (13 Church Terrace, Blackheath, S.E.). 

6c. Lady Elizabeth Emma Douglas, b. 8 Oct. 1794 ; d. 2 Feb. 1857 ; m. 10 July 
1827, William Hamilton-Ash of Ashbrook, co. Londonderry, D.L., d. 30 Nov. 1866 ; 
and had issue Id. 

Id. Caroline Hamilton-Ash, d. 13 Jan. 1901 ; m. as 2nd wife, 7 July 1853, 
John Bane Beresford of Learmount, co. Londonderry [E. of Tyrone Coll.], d. 30 Aug. 
1895 ; and had issue le to 6c 

le. William Randall Hamilton Beresford, now (R.L. 26 June 1901) Beresford- 
Ash of Ashbrook, D.L., Major Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Ashbrook, Londonderry), b. 
19 June 1859 ; m. 23 Oct. 1886, Florence Marion [descended from King Henry VII. 
(see the Tudor Roll, p. 412)], da. of Lord Henry Ulick Browne [M. of Sligo Coll.] ; 
and has issue 1/. 

If. Douglas Beresford-Ash, b. 3 Sept. 1887. 

2e. Marcus John Barre Beresford, Major South Wales Borderers, South African 
Medals and Clasps (Sports), b. 10 Ap. 1868. 

3 t >. Emma Clara Beresford, m. 20 Dec. 1881, Francis Coffin Macky of Belmont, 
J.P., D.L., Capt. late 3rd Dragoon Guards (Belmont, Londonderry) ; and has issue 
1/ to 4/. 

If. John Barre Beresford Macky, 2nd Lieut. Royal Warwickshire Regt., 
b. 5 Aug. 1889. 

2/. Eleanora Caroline Lucia Macky, m. 28 Feb. 1907, His Honour Judge (John 
Fitzpatrick) Cooke, Judge of Donegal County Court (Glengollan, Fahan, co. Done- 
gal), s.p. 

3/. Gladys Kathleen Macky. 

4/. Emily Clara Macky. 

Ae. Barbara Caroline Beresford. 

5f. Mary Elizabeth Beresford, m. 6 Feb. 1899, Henry John Cooke (Boom Hall, 
co. Londonderry) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. John Sholto Fitzpatrick Cooke, b. 1906. 

2/. Frances Caroline Cooke. 

3/. Clara Elizabeth Douglas Cooke. 

Ge. Louisa Gertrude Douglas Beresford, m. 22 Aug. 1894, Major John Edward 
Pine-Coffin of Portledge, D.S.O., Royal N. Lancashire Regt. (Portledge, near Bide- 
ford, Devon) ; and has issue 1/ to 4/. [Nos. 37219 to 37244. 


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If. Edward Claude Pine-Coffin, b. 25 May 1895. 

2/. Richard Geoffrey Pine-Coffin, b. 1 Dec. 1908. 

3/. Gertrude Beresford Pine-Coffin. 

4/. Gwendolyn Mary Pine-Coffin. 

7c. Lady Caroline Douglas, b. 17 Dec. 1797 ; d. 7 AW 1873 ; m. 31 Dec. 1817, 
William Augustus Pitt Lane-Fox, d. 1832 ; <j»d Aai isswe. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 450, Nos. 35653-35677. 

35. Lady Mary Anne Lascelles, b. 22 Nov. 1775 ; d. 10 June 1831 ; m. 20 Ap. 
1801, Richard York of Wighill Park, D.L., Lieut-Col. West Riding Yorkshire 
Hussar Yeomanry, High Sheriff co. York 1832, d. 27 Jan. 1843 ; and had issue \c. 

\c. Edward York of Wighill Park, J. P., D.L., b. 6 Jan. 1802; d. 26 Jan. 
1861 ; m. 25 Nov. 1835, Penelope Beatrix [descended from King Henry VII. (see 
Tudor Roll, p. 390)], da. of the Rev. Christopher Sykes, Rector of Roos, d. June 
1873 ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Edward Christopher York of Hutton Hall, J. P., b. 14 Oct. 1842 ; d. 14 Dec. 
1885; m. 1st, 27 Jan. 1870, Isabel Augusta [descended from Lady Anne, sister of 
King Edward and Richard III. (see Exeter Volume, p. 536)], da. of Thomas Fairfax 
of Steeton, co. York, J.P., D.L., d. 21 Ap. 1875; Indly, 1876, Celina Rose, da. of 
the Rev. Charles Marsden, Vicar of Gargrave ; and had issue le to 7e. 

le. Edward York of Hutton, J. P., late Capt. 1st Royal Dragoons (Hutton Hall, 
Long Marston, Yorks), b. 16 Jan. 1872; m. 10 May 190*6, Violet Helen [descended 
maternally from Kings Henry VII. and Edward IV. (see Tudor Roll, p. 502), and 
paternally from the latter 's brother George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence 
Volume, p. 270)], da. of the Right Hon. Sir Frederick George Milner, 7th Bt. 
[G.B.], P.C., M.P. ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

]/. Christopher York, b. 17 July 1909. 

2/. Louise Violet Diana York. 

2e. Richard Lister York, b. 29 Mar. 1880. 

3e. Francis Stafford York, b. 18 Sept. 1883. 

4e. Edwin Arthur York, b. 27 Feb. 1885. 

5e. Beatrix Penelope Lucy York. 

6e. Mabel Rose York. 

7e. Sibell Marguerite York, m. 1908, Leslie Reid, late 8th Hussars. 

2d. Lucy Mary York, d. 21 Feb. 1893; m. as 1st wife, 16 Ap. 1857, Edward 
Brooksbank of Healaugh, Lord of the Manor and Patron of that place, LL.B. (Camb.), 
J. P. (Healaugh Manor, Tadcaster ; Newton House, Whitby) ; and had issue le to Ae. 

le. Edward Clitherow Brooksbank, B.A. (Camb.), J. P., Major late York Art., 
b. 24 Nov. 1858; m. 8 Ap. 1885, Katharine Graham, da. of Hugh Morris Lang of 
Broadmeadows, Selkirk ; and has issue 1/ to 4/. 

1/. Stamp Brooksbank, b. 17 Jan. 1887. 

if. Edward York Brooksbank, b. 16 Dec. 1889. 

3/. Hugh Godfrey Brooksbank, b. 24 Dec. 1893. 

4/. Margaret Graham Brooksbank. 

2e. Philip Brooksbank (Nelson, British Columbia), b. 5 Jan. 1869. 

3f. Laura Sophia Brooksbank, b. 14 Nov. 1861 ; d. 29 June 1887 ; m. 18 June 
1885, Frederick William Slingsby (Red House Moor, Monkton, York); and had 
issue If to 2/. 

If. Thomas Slingsby, Lancashire Fusiliers, b. 18 Mar. 1886. 

2/. Henry Slingsby, b. 13 June 1887. 

4e. Lucy Hilda Brooksbank. 

3d. Caroline Penelope York, m. 28 Sept. 1864, the Rev. John Morland Rice, 
Rector of Bramber, Sussex, d-S-p. 1894. 

Ad. Laura Marianne York, m. 22 Sept. 1870, Adm. Ernest Rice, R.N. (Siberls- 
ivold Place, Kent) ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Arthur Rice, Lieut. R.N. [Nos. 37245 to 37294. 


of %\yt amoot) mopai 

2e. Laura Gwenllian Rice, in. 4 Oct. 1894, the Hon. Walter John James, J. P. 
[son and h.-app. of Walter Henry, 2nd Baron Xorthbourne [U.K.], and a descendant 
maternally of King Henry VII., &c. (see the Tudor Roll, p. 308)] (1 Courtfield 
Road, S.W. ; Travellers' ; Athenceum) ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

1/. Walter Ernest Christopher James, b. 18 Jan. 189G. 

2/. Dorothea Gwenllian James. 

3/. Mary Beatrix James. 

if. Jane Margaret James. 

3c. Beatrice Lucy Rice, m. 1 June 1901, Major Eric Pearce-Serocold, King's 
Royal Rifles ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Elizabeth Laura Pearce-Serocold, b. 20 May 1903. 

5d. Harriet York, m. 3 Feb. 1880, Richard Hewetson of York ; and has issue 
le to 3e. 

le. Richard Stafford Hewetson. 

2e. Mary Hewetson. 

3e. Dorothy Hewetson. 

4a. Mary Chaloner, b. 22 Dec. 1743 ; d. 2 Oct. 1803 ; bur. in Gnisboro' Church 
with husband; in.. 11 June 1763, Gen. John Hale of Plantation, near Guisboro', co. 
York, Col. nth Light Dragoons and Gov. of Londonderry [ith sou of Sir Bernard 
Hale, Chief Baron of the Exchequer [/.]], b. 1728 ; d. 20 Mar. 1806 ; and had issue 
(with 6 other sons and 5 das who d.s.p.) lb to 10b. 

lb. Hon. John Hale of Lower Canada, Paymaster-Gen. to the Forces in Canada, 
Receiver-Gen. of that Province, formerly Mil. Sec. to H.R.H. the Duke of Kent, b. 
27 Mar. 1764 ; d. 24 Dec. 1838 ; m. 3 Ap. 1799, Elizabeth Frances, sister to William 
Pitt, 1st Earl Amherst [U.K.], da. of Lieut-Gen. William Amherst, b. 2 Ap. 1774 ; 
d. at Quebec 18 June 1826 ; and had issue {with 3 sons and a da. who d.s.p.) le to 4c. 

\c. Edward Hale, Member of the Quebec Legislative Council, a godson of H.R.H. 
the Duke of Kent, b. in Quebec 6 Dec. 1801 ; d. there 26 Ap. 1875 ; m. there 10 Mar. 
1831, Elizabeth Cecilia, da. of the Hon. Mr. Justice Bowen of Quebec, b. 20 Feb. 
1813 ; d. 19 Feb. 1850 ; and had issue \d to M. 

Id. Edward John Hale (50 Des Carrieres Street, Quebec), b. in Quebec 14 Jan. 
1833 ; m. there 17 Oct. 1866, Justine Elise, da. of James Sewell of Quebec, M.D. ; 
and has issue le. 

le. Edward Russell Hale, Capt. Army Service Corps (Kingston, Ontario), b. in 
Quebec 10 Feb. 1870 ; m. 15 Aug. 1893, Ethel, da. of Frederick Montizambert, M.D. ; 
and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Frederick Amherst Hale, b. 26 Mar. 1895. 

2/. Jeffery John Hale, b. 28 Ap. 1897. 

3/. Helen Justine Hale, b. 19 Sept. 1898. 

2d. Edward Chaloner Hale, Attomcy-at-Law, b. 9 May 1844 ; d. 9 Mar. 1909 ; 
m. 12 Mar. 1873, Sarah Ellen, da. of John Chillas ; and had issue le to 2e. 

le. Edward Chaloner Hale (Plantation, Lennoxville, Quebec, Canada), b. at 
Lennoxville 6 June 1884 ; m. in Montreal 11 Mar. 1909, Rae Blanch, da. of Ambrose 
Hines Miidgett of Plymouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A. 

2e. Frances Eliza Cecilia Hale, m. at Lennoxville Ap. 1905, Richard Trevor 
Buchanan (WoodLinds, Quebec) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Edward Trevor Buchanan, b. 13 Ap. 1906. 

2/. John Hale Buchanan, b. 23 Nov. 1907. 

3d. William Amherst Hale (Sleepy Hollow, Sherbrooke, Quebec), b. at Sher- 
brooke 23 Feb. 1847; m. at Rivere du Loup, Quebec, 2 Aug. 1884, Ellen, da. of 
Stewart Derbishire, Private Sec. to Lord Durham; and has issue le to 6c. 

le. Edward Amherst Forbes Hale, b. 21 June 1894. 

2e. Martha Gladys Forbes Hale. 

3c. Mary Stewart Hale. 

ie. Vera Derbishire Amherst Hale. 

be. Cecilia Montagu Hale. 

6e. Elizabeth Alicia Amherst Hale. [Nos. 37295 to 37321. 

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Ad. Ellen Frances Hale (Sherbrooke, Quebec), b. in Quebec; itnm. 
5d. Mary Hale (Sherbrooke, Quebec), b. in Sherbrooke; num. 
6d. Lucy Anne Hale, b. in Sherbrooke; in. there 16 Sept. 1863, Henry Turner 
Machin, Assist. Treasurer of the Province of Quebec (Quebec) ; s.p- 

2c. William Amherst Hale, Capt. 52nd Regt., b. 25 Jan. 1809; d. 25 Sept. 
1844; m. Nov. 1839, Caroline, da. of Capt. J. Jenkins of New Brunswick [who m. 
2ndly, T. S. Stayner and] d. 14 May 1876 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Mary Louisa Hale (30 Hereford Square, S.W.), m. 24 Jan. 1865, Robert 
Bethune of Nydie, co. Fife, J. P., Major 92ml Highlanders [2nd son of Lieut.-Gen. 
Alexander Bethune, formerly Sharp, of Blebo], b. 29 July 1827; d. 27 July 1904; 
and has issue \e to 5e. 

\e. Henry Alexander Bethune of Nydie and Mountquhanie, J. P., Major 6th 
Vol. Batt. Black Watch, formerly Gordon Highlanders (Nydie, co. Fife; Naval and 
Military), b. 12 July 1866 ; m. 2 Sept. 1902, Elinor Mary, da. of John Brown Watt 
of Sydney, N.S.W. ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Mary Sharp Bethune. 

2e. Eleanor Mary Bethune, m. as 2nd wife, 23 Sept. 1901, Capt. Frederick 
Campbell Maconchy, D.S.O., late East York-s Regt. (86 Brook Street, S.W. ; Naval 
and Military). 

Be. Louisa Cecilia Bethune, m. as 2nd wife 1903, Lieut. -Col. William Crawfurd 
Miildleton, late Royal Scots Greys; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Robert Campbell Middleton, b. 3 July 1907. 

2/. Doris Mary Middleton. 

ie. Jane Millicent Bethune. 

5e. Margaret Bethune, m. 10 Nov. 1900, the Rev. Francis Walter Boyd, M.A. ; 
and has issue If. 

1/. Mary Cecilia Boyd. 

2d. Caroline Henrietta Hale (14 Eaton Square, S.W.), m. 19 Feb. 1861, the 
Hon. Pascoe Charles Glyn, M.P., D.L. [6th son of George Carr, 1st Baron Wol- 
verton [U.K.]], d. 3 Nov. 1904 ; and has issue le to ie. 

\e. Geoffrey Carr Glyn, D.S.O., Major N. Somerset Yeo., and late Mil. Sec. to 
Governor of Madras (Sir Arthur Lawley, K.C.M.G.) (While's; Marlborough), b. 
19 Ap. 1864; m. 20 July 1889, the Hon. Winifred [descended from the Lady Isabel 
Plantagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 46)], da. of Charles (Harbord), 5th Baron Suffield 
[G.B.] ; and has issue 1/. 

If. Louise Gwendoline Glyn, b. 21 Sept. 1891. 

. 2e. Maurice George Carr Glyn, late Lieut. Dorset Yeo. Cav. (21 Bryanston 
Square, W. ; Albury Hall, Little Hadham), b. 12 Mar. 1872; m. 6 Oct. 1897, the 
Hon. Maud, da. of Robert Wellesley (Grosvenor), 2nd Baron Ebury [U.K.] ; and has 
issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Christopher Pascoe Robert Glyn, b. 8 Oct. 1899. 

2/. Francis Maurice Grosvenor Glyn, b. 9 Aug. 1901. 

3/. Martin St. Leger Glyn, b. 5 Dec. 1902. 

3e. Maud Louisa Glyn, m. 12 Oct. 1887, Henry Percy St. John, a. Clerk in the 
House of Lords [V. Bolingbroke Coll., a descendant of George, Duke of Clarence, 
K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 489)] (64 Eccleston Square, S.W.) ; and has issue 
1/ to 3/. 

1/. Geoffrey Robert St. John, b. 4 Jan. 18S9. 

2/. Margaret Olivia St. John. 

3/. Ursula Mary St. John. 

ie- Agnes Mary Glyn, m. 23 Feb. 1884, Col. Francis Onslow Barrington 
Foote, R.A., formerly Comdt. Royal Mil. School of Music (Manor House, Barnes, 
Surrey) ; and has issue 1/ to if. [Nos. 37322 to 37346. 


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1/. Alan Wortley Barrington Foote, formerly Lieut. 4th Hussars, b. 1885. 

2/. Philip Ward Barrington Foote, Lieut. Royal Fusiliers, b. 1889. 

3/. Randle Charles Barrington Foote, b. 1890. 

4/. Sibell Mary Barrington Foote. 

3c. George Carleton Hale, b. 30 Oct. 1812; d. 22 May 1892; m. 1st, 1840, 
Henrietta, da. of Capt. Thomas Trigge, Barrack-Master-Gen., Quebec, d.s.p. Sept. 
1842; 2«i%, 6 June 1847, £7/c«, rfa. o/ James Sampson of Kingston, Out., M.D., 
d. 28 Feb. 1854 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Jeffery Hale (London, Canada), b. 20 May 1850; m. 8 Sept. 1881, Louisa 
Gait, da. of Duncan Campbell of Simcoe, Ont. ; and has issue \e to 2c. 

le. George Carleton Hale, b. 30 June 1885. 

2c. Jessie Campbell Hale, m. 19 June 1909, George Stephen Hensley of the 
Bank of Montreal, Canada. 

2d. Henrietta Hale ) /E . , u n , , TT . , „ , 

„, „ ... . „. } (rarest House, Loleman s Hatch. Sussex). 

3d. Frances Alicia Hale I x 

id. Mary Caroline Percy Hale, m. 28 July 1886, the Rev. Robert Percy Trevor 
Tennent, Vicar of Aeoinb (Acomb Vicarage, Yorks) ; and has issue le to Te- 
le. Jeffery Bernard Hale Tennent, b. 6 Aug. 1889. 

2e. Oswald Moncrieff Tennent, b. 16 June 1894. 

3c. Mary Percy Clare Tennent. 

4c. Frances Maud Tennent. 

5e. Constance Hilda Madeline Tennent. 

6c. Stephanie Millicent Tennent. 

le. Marjorie Augusta Tennent. 

4c. Elizabeth Harriet Hale, d. 31 May 1897 ; m. at Quebec 5 Feb. 1838, Rear- 
Adm. John Orlebar, R.N. [3rd son of John Orlebar of Hinwich], b. 18 Oct. 1810; 
d. 11 May 1901 ; and had issue Id to Gd. 

Id. Rev. Henry Amherst Orlebar, Rector of King's Cliffe (Kijig's Cliffe 
Rectory, Wansford, R.S.O.), b. 19 Nov. 1844 ; m. 9 Aug. 1894, Constance, da. of 
the Rev. Richard Bryans, M.A. ; and has issue le to 3c. 

le. Ralph Chaloner Orlebar, b. 6 Dec. 1895. 

2c. Constance Muriel Orlebar, b. 5 Sept. 1885. 

3c. Dorothy Eleanor Orlebar, b. 7 Oct. 1889. 

2d. John Hale Orlebar, Lieut. R.N., b. 28 Sept. 1846 ; d. (? unm.) 1892. 

3d. Rev. Jeffrey Edward Orlebar, Vicar of Southsea (Sonthsea Vicarage, 
Camb.), b. 25 Nov. 1857; m. 16 Jan. 1877, Clara Albinia, da. of Alexander Duff; 
and has issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Jeffrey Alexander Amherst Orlebar, b. 3 Mar. 1879. 

2c. Marie Elspeth Maud Orlebar. 

3c. Clarice Knightley Orlebar. 

id. Hotham George Orlebar, b. 9 Nov. 1853 ; d. (? unm.) 1 Nov. 1883. 

5d. Harriot Orlebar. 

6d. Frances Hale Orlebar. 

26. Henry Hale, H.E.I.C. Maritime Service, b. 30 Oct. 1765 ; d. 16 May 1818; 
m. 27 June 1809, Elizabeth, da. and co-h., and in her issue (24 June 1873) h. of the 
Rev. Henry Hildyard of Stokesley, co. York, d. 20 Feb. 1856 ; and had issue (with 
2 sons who d.s.p.) lc to 4c. 

lc. Bernard Hale of Doncaster, Bar.-at-Law, b. 6 Ap. 1812; d. 13 May 1875; 
m. 5 Aug. 1858, Elizabeth, da. of William Gurley of Petershope, St. Vincent, 11'./., 
d. 11 May 1891 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Rev. Bernard George Richard Hale, Vicar of Edenhall (Edenhall Vicarage, 
Langwathby, R.S.O., Cumberland), b. 26 Oct. 1859; m. 2 Aug. 1893, Charlotte 
Sarah, da. of John Bush of Beauthorn, Ullswater; and has issue lc. 

lc. John Bernard Windham Hale, b. 4 Ap. 1905. [Nos. 37347 to 37375. 

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2c. John Richard Westgarlh Hale, afterwards (R.L. 19 June 1855) Hildyard of 
Horsley House and Unthank, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff (1883) co. Durham, and 
Chairman of Quarter Sessions, N.R. York, b. 17 June 1813; d. 24 0c/. 1888; m. 
24 Aug. I860, Mary Blanche [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see 
Clarence Volume, p. 4G3)], da- of Sir Richard Digby Neave, 3rd Bt. [G.B.]; and 
had issue Id to &d. 

Id. John Arundell Hildyard of Horsley and Hutton-Bonville, J.P., D.L., High 
Sheriff co. Durham 1900 (Horsley House, near Stanhope; Hutton-Bonville Hall, 
Northallerton ; Carlton), b. 24 Aug. 1861. 

2d. Edward Digby Hildyard, b. 20 Aug. 1864. 

3d. Blanche Hildyard , m. 19 Nov. 1889, Charles Edward Leake Itingrose, 
Bar.-at-Law, Registrar of Deeds for N.R. York (The Registrar House, Northal- 
lerton) ; and has issue \e to 2c. 

lc. Christopher Hildyard Ringrose, R.N., b. 30 Nov. 1890. 

2c. Euphemia Blanche Ringrose. 

U. Phillis Mary Hildyard, m. 5 Mar. 1904, Capt. Henry Grenville Bryant, 
D.S.O., King's Shropshire L.I. 

5d. Elizabeth Muriel Hildyard. 

6d. Venetia Dorothy Hildyard. 

Id. Gertrude Isabel Hildyard. 

8d. Cicely Fiances Hildyard. 

Si. George Charles Hale, Agent to the Earl of Derby, b. 10 Jan. 1818; d. Nov. 
1902; m. 1 Aug. 1862, Bessie Armil [descended from the Lady Isabel Plantagenet 
(see Essex Volume, p. 72)] (Know sky), da. of John Eyre of Eyre Court Castle ; 
and had issue Id to Qd. 

Id. Windham Edward Hale, Agent for the Earl of Derby's Lancashire Estates 
(Mowbreck Hall, Kirkham), b. 25 Oct. 1864 ; m. 12 July 1894, Kezia, da. of Major 
Cunliffe, 1st Bengal Fusiliers. 

2d. George Duckworth Hale, b. 3 June 1868. 

3d. Robert Eyre Hale, b. 2 July 1871 ; m. 7 Dec. 1909, Elsie Emma, da. of 
Sir Lindsay Wood, 1st Bt. [U.K.]. 

id. Lionel Hugh Hale, b. 4 July 1S75; m. 25 June 1899, Kathleen, da. of 
( — ) Kincaird of W. Virginia. 

5d. John Hale, b. 8 Aug. 1SS0 ; m. 14 Oct. 1906, Mary Maud, da. of John 
Hughes; and has issue lc. 

lc. Ida Mary Armit Hale, b. 29 July 1907. 

6d. Muriel Alice Mary Hale. 

4c. Elizabeth Anne Hate, b. 13 Ap. 1816; d. 26 May 1878; m. Feb. 1846/7, 
the Rev. John Burdon of Castle Eden, co. Durham, Rector of English Bicknor, co. 
Glos, b. 14 Oct. 1811 ; d. 12 Nov. 1893 ; and had isstie Id to 3d. 

Id. Rowland Burdon of Castle Eden, J. P., Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. 1st Vol. 
Batt. Durham L.l. (The Castle, Castle Eden, co. Durham), b. 19 June 1857; m. 
17 Feb. 1887, Mary Arundell, da. of Wyndham Slade of Montys Court, co. Somerset ; 
and has issue lc to 4c. 

lc. Rowland Burdon, b. 6 Feb. 1893 

2c. Fiances Mary Burdon. 

3c. Joan Burdon. 

4c. Lettice Burdon. 

•2d. John George Burdon (Benwell Hall, Newcastle-on-Tyne), b. 27 July 1859; 
m. Feb. 1892, Blanche Louisa [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see 
Clarence Volume, p. 331)], da. of Gen. Edward Arthur Somerset, C.B. [D. of Beau- 
fort Coll.] ; and has issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Noel Edward Burdon, b. 25 Dec. 1893. 

2c. John Burdon, b. 10 Nov. 1896. 

3c. Elizabeth Alyson Blanche Burdon, b. 20 Ap. 1895. [Nos. 37376 to 37401. 

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3d. Elizabeth Anne Burdon (Mini stone House, Hereford). 

3b. William Hale of A comb, co. York, Col. N. Yorkshire Mil.,b. 17 July 1771 ; 
d. 23 Nov. 1856; m. 18 Nov. 1802, Frances, da. of Rowland Webster of Stockton- 
on-Tees, d. 25 Mar. 1841 ; and had issue (with a son and 4 das. who d.s.p.) \c 
to 3c. 

If. Mary Emily Hale, b. 28 Oct. 1803 ; m. 31 Aug. 1824, H. Charles Elsley of 
Patrick Brompton and Ml. St. John ; and had issue (with 1 son and 5 das., of whom 
only one, Eliza, is living). 

2c. Frances Hale, b. 16 Mar. 1805 ; d. 18 Oct. 1842 ; m. as 1st wife, 8 July 
1834, Lamplugh Wickham Hird, afterwards (1843) Wickham,of Chestnut Grove, co. 
York, d. 2 Jan. 1863 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. William Wickham Wickham of Chestnut Grove, J.P., late Capt. Yorkshire 
Hussars (Chestnut Grove, near Boston Spa, Yorks), b. 16 Sept. 1835 ; m. 27 Oct. 
1868, Katherine Louisa [descended from the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward 
IV.], da. of Thomas Fairfax of Newton-Kyme, d. 4 July 1892 ; and has issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 535, Nos. 48994-49004. 

3c. Harriot Emma Hale, b. 30 May 1814; d. 30 Ap. 1844; m. 15 Aug. 1838, 
the Rev. H. Hawkins ; and had issue (with a son and da. d. young) Id. 

Id. Rev. William Webster Hawkins (Acomb, Yorks), b. 1842; m. 1877, Kate 
L., da. of P. Leyburn, d. 1902 ; and has issue le to 5c. 

le. Charles Francis Hawkins, Capt. R.A., b. 30 Jan. 1880. 

2e. Rose Mary Hawkins. 

3c. Beatrice Hawkins. 

\e. Harriet Emma Hawkins, m. 12 Dec. 1907, Thomas Bowman Henry 
Whytehead, Merchant Service (see p. 314) ; and has issue If. 

If. Nancy Bowman Whytehead. 

5c. Olive Hawkins. 

4b. Vicissimus Hale, H.E.I.C.S., b. 6 Mar. 1788; d. in Bombay Jan. 1826; 
m. 17 Mar. 1808, Amelia S., da. of (—) Dundas of co. Stirling, d. (-); and 
had issue (with 2 sons who d.s.p.) \c to 4c. 

lc. William Dundas Hale, b. 25 July 1817 ; d. 1879 ; m. 13 Ap. 1845, Sarah, 
da. of John Chisholm of Hamilton, Out.; and had issue (with 2 das. who d.s.p.) 
Id to 3d. 

Id, John Hale. 

2d. Alice Hale, in. Joseph Cull (Mitchell, Ont.) ; and has issue \e to 2e. 

le. Henry Cull. 

2e. Edith Cull. 

3d. Florence Hale (6 Classic Avenue, Toronto), m. Arthur Murton of Guelph, 
Ontario; d. (-); and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Norman Murton. 

2e. Edith Murton. 

2c. Elizabeth Jane Hale, b. 12 May 1814 ; d. 15 Jan. 1865 ; m. 22 Mar. 1834, 
the Hon. John Wetenhall, M.P.P., Canada; and had issue (with 3 sons d. num.) 
Id to 2d. 

Id. William Wetenhall, b. 1836; m. 1856, (— ), da. of Major Burrows; s.p. 

2d. Frances Emilia Wetenhall, b. 12 Dec. 1834; d. 24 May 1887; m. 1857, 
Henry Seton Strathy (71 Queen's Park, Toronto, Canada); and had issue (with 1 
son d. unm.) le to 6c. 

le. Philip John Neesham Strathy, b. 12 Dec. 1861 ; d. 2 Jan. 1908 ; m. Frances, 
da. of ( — ) Alley ; and had issue If to 3/. 

1/. Hugh Strathy, b. 15 Sept. 1884. 

2/. Donald Strathy, b. 1903. 

3/. Phyllis Strathy, b. 1898. [ Nos - 37402 to 37432 " 

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2e. Emilius William Wetenhall S/rathv, b. 24 July 1867 ; d. 23 Ap. 1898 ; m. 
1892, Birdie (cfo Mrs. Tempest, Port Hope, Out.), da. of W. S. Tempest; and had 
issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Edgar Strathy, b. 3 July 1894. 

2/. Harry Strathy, b. 18 Sept, 1898. 

3<>. Henry Edmund Brekenridge Strathy, M.D., L.R.C.P., F.R.C.S. (Edin.) 
(171 Bolton Road, Bury, Lanes.), b. 23 July 18fi9 ; m. 25 Ap. 1908, Louie, da. of 
John Edwards ; s.p. 

ie. Frances Elizabeth Strathy, m. 31 Jan. 1888, the Rev. Duncan Macalister 
Donald, M.A., B.D., Minister of Moulin (Moulin Manse, Pitlochry, co. Perth); and 
has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Douglas Alan Donald, b. 29 Dec. 1888. 

If. Ian Strathy Donald, b. 21 Mar. 1896. 

3/. Mary Theodora Donald, b. 31 Oct. 1891. 

5e. Mary Theodora Strathy, m. 22 Sept. 1884, Augustus Henry Frazer Lefroy, 
K.C., M.A. (Oxon.), Professor of Roman Law and Jurisprudence, kc, at the Univer- 
sity of Toronto [descended from King Henry VII., &c. (see the Tudor Roll, p. 401)] 
(171 Balmoral Avenue, Toronto); and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Henry Cicherley Lefroy, b. 23 July 1890. 

if. Langlois Dundas Lefroy, b. 16 June 1892. 

3/. Frazer Keith Lefroy, b. 1 Feb. 1895. 

6e. Lilian Mabel Strathy, m. 17 Oct. 1894, Frederick Broughall (1 Elmsley 
Place, Toronto) ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Deric Broughall, b. 26 Oct. 1896. 

If. Seton Broughall, b. 6 Oct. 1897. 

3/. Jack Broughall, b. 30 Nov. 1899. 

if. Gwyneth Broughall, b. 16 Ap. 1904. 

3c. Emily Hale, b. 22 Dec. 1815; d. at London, Ont., 19 Nov. 1891 ; m. 1842, 
William James Imlach, H.E.I.C.S., d. at London, Ont., 20 Feb. 1902; and had 
issue (with 3 other children who d.s.p.) Id to id. 

Id. William Dundas Imlach of London, Ont., b. 1845; d. 1888; m. Louise, 
da. of Charles Smith of New York ; and had issue (with a 3rd child, d. young) le 
to 2e. 

le. Bertram Dundas Imlach. 

2e. Grace Imlach, m. ( — ) Ware of New York. 

2d. Eliza Lmlach, d. 2 Aug. 1907 ; m. 29 May 1866, the Rev. Edward Edmund 
Newman, Canon of Huron ; and had issue le to 2e. 

le. Edward Newman, b. 7 Nov. 1867 ; m. Matilda, da. of ( — ) Carter of Simcoe, 
Ont.; s.p. 

2e. Charlotte Dundas Newman, m. 15 Nov. 1899, William George Hinds 
(14 The Ramparts, Quebec ; Kingston, Ont.) ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Newman Hinds, b. 3 July 1901. 

3d. Emily Catherine Imlach I ,,,, „. ,.„ c , . T , „ , . 

. , „ / , TT . T , , } (222 Piccadilly Street, London, Ont-), unm. 

id. Gertrude Harriet Imlach ) 

ic. Harriet Margaret Hale, b. 21 June 1819 ; d. at Tenby, co. Pemb., 26 Sept. 
1855; m. 21 June 1838, Robert Anstruther Maingy of Guernsey, C.E., d. at the 
siege of Fredericksburg during the American War, 18 Nov. 1862 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Emilia Sophia Dundas Maingy (11 Hirkmur Street, Hamilton, Ont.), m. at 
Stratford, Ont., 4 Sept. 1862, James Edwin O'Reilly, B.A. (Toronto Univ.), Bar.- 
at-Law, and afterwards Judge of the Supreme Court in Hamilton, Ont., d. there 
27 Feb. 1907 ; and had issue (with a son, Robert Miles, d. young, and a da., Jane 
Alice, d. unm. 27 July 1907) le to 6c. 

le. Edwin Patrick O'Reilly, B.A. (Toronto Univ.), M.D. (M'Gill Univ., Mon- 
treal), d. unm. on service in South Africa 17 May 1901. [Nos. 37433 to 37457. 
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2e. Lily Harriet O'Reilly, until. 

3e. Helen Brephne O'Reilly, m. Ap. 1895, Harry Webb {Winnipeg). 

ie. Ethel Dundas O'Reilly, in. Ap. 1905, Philip Alexander {Hamilton, Ontario); 
and has issue 1/. 

If. Patricia Jane Alexander. 

5e. Jessie Ford O'Reilly, m. Nov. 1908, Douglas Harington Chisholm {Winni- 

6e. Anne Louise B. O'Reilly, m. Capt. Duncan Frederick Campbell, D.S.O., 
Black Watch, formerly Lancashire Fusiliers, served in South Africa 1899-1901, 
including relief of Ladysmith, &c. (despatches) {Woodlands, Elderslie, Renfrewshire) ; 
and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Archibald Patrick Campbell. 

2/. John Dundas Campbell. 

56. Mary Hale, twin, b. 10 May 1768; d. 20 Nov. 1837; m. 2 Feb. 1784, 
Thomas Lewiu of Redgeway Castle and The Hollies, Eltham, eo. Kent, b. 19 Ap. 
1753 ; d. 1843 ; and had issue {with 3 sons and 2 das. who d.s.p.) le to 1c. 

If. Frederick Mortimer Lewin of the Hollies, co. Kent, b. 30 Aug. 1798; d. 
17 June 1877 ; m. 9 Ap. 1839, Augusta Diana, da. of Thomas Gisborne Babington 
of Rothley Temple, co. Leic, J. P., d. 25 Mar. 1856 ; and had issue {with 2 sows and 
2 das. who d.s.p.) Id to id. 

\d. Mortimer Lewin {Little Bedwyn, Hunger/ord, Wilts), b. 13 Oct. 1847; m. 
Oct. 1881, Louisa Mary, da. of Major George Thompson ; and has issue le to 1e. 

\e. Winifred Mary Lewin, unm. 

le. Dorothy Babington Lewin, unm. 

2d. Mary Hale Lewin, m. 10 June 1865, Col. Henry Masterman Thompson [son 
of Major Ceorge Thompson] (9 Clarence Parade, Southsea) ; and has issue le to ie. 

le. Arthur Hale Thompson, Major 1st Goorkas, 6. 25 Ap. 1866; m. 21 Sept. 
1899, Eleanor, da. of Dr. Temple, D.S.O. ; s.p. 

le. William Maxwell Thompson, Capt, E.E, 6. 18 Nov. 1870 ; m. 18 July 1900, 
Helen, da. of ( — ) Bull ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Oliver Thompson, 6. 12 Jan. 1906. 

2/. Margaret Helen Thompson, 6. July 1901. 

3e. Noel Gilliatt Thompson, in the Army, 6. 13 July 1872. 

ie. Millicent Babington Thompson, m. 18 Nov. 1901, Capt. Robert William 
Harling ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Katherine Elizabeth Harling, b. 17 Jan. 1905. 

2/. Helen Marjorie Harling, b. 22 Mar. 1908. 

M. Diana Spencer Lewin, b. 15 July 1843 ; d. 14 Xov. 1903 ; m. 10 Mar. 1867, 
Colonel Edward Spread Beamish, Bombay Artillery; and had issue le to 6e. 

le. Frederick Chaloner Beamish, has settled in Orangia, South Africa, 6. 
24 Nov. 1870; m. 17 Jan. 1905, Elizabeth, da. of John Campbell Dick; and has 
issue If. 

If. Lisette Beamish, b. 11 July 1906. 

'le. Edward Percy FitzRoy Beamish {Myburghsfonteiit, Orangia), b. 20 Dec. 

3e. Rev. Charles Noel Bernard Beamish, Diocesan Missioner {Wolvesey Palace, 
Winchester), 6. 12 Feb. 1877. 

4t'. Augusta Diaua Beamish, unm. i 

he. Olive Mary Beamish, unm. AMyburghsfontein, Orangia). 

€>e. Cecilia Hamilton Beamish, unm. ) 

id. Julia Babington Lewin (66 Church Road, St. Leonards-on-Sea). 

2c. William Charles James Lewin, H.E.I.C. Bengal Art., b. 15 June 1805 ; d. 

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4 Dec. 1846 ; in. 18 June 1827, Jane Elizabeth, da. of Stephen Laprimaudaye, b. 
11 May 1803 ; d. 15 Aug. 1877 ; and had issue (with 6 other children who d. unm.) 
Id to 5d. 

Id. Edward Powney Lewin, b. 31 Aug. 1833 ; d. (being killed at Lucknow) 1857 ; 
m. Eliza, da. of John Prior ; and had issue \e. 

\e. Ada Henrietta Lewin, m. 3 Dec. 1879, Alpin F. Thompson ; and has issue 
(with 3 others d. young) 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Alpin Erroll Thompson, b. 14 May 1893. 

2/. Dorothea Bethune Thompson, b. 3 Feb. 1882. 

3/. Vivian Irene Thompson, b. 10 Jan. 1891. 

2d. Frederick Dealtry Lewin (14 Kidbrook Park Road, Blackheath, S.E.), b. 
9 Nov. 1835; m. 15 Oct. 1879, Christina, da. of Major-Gen. Charles Scrope 
Hutchinson, R.E., C.B. ; and has issue (with a da., Christabel Harriet, who d. young) 
\e to Be. 

le. Francis Hutchinson Laprimandaye Lewin, Lieut. R.N., b. 29 Oct. 1880. 

2e. Edward Hale Lewin, Capfc. 46th Punjabis, Indian Army, b. 27 Dec. 1881. 

Ze. Rev. William George Lewin, Curate of St. John's, Bethnal Green, b. 6 Jan. 

3d. William Henry Lewin, Comm. (ret.) R.N. (Down House, Frant, Tunbridge 
Wells), b. 11 Nov. 1843; m. 5 Ap. 1870, Caroline, da. of Comm. Edward George 
Elliott, R.N. ; and has issue (with a da., Adelaide Laprimandaye, who d. unm. 
16 Feb. 1893) le to Ze. 

\e. Henry Frederick Elliott Lewin, Capt. R.F.A., b. 26 Dec. 1872. 

2e. Charles Laprimaudaye Lewin, Comm. R.N., b. 23 Aug. 1875. 

Ze. Honoria Caroline Lewin, m. 21 Feb. 1900, Comm. Henry Cyril Royds 
Brocklebank, R.N., ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. Thomas Anthony Brocklebank, b. 5 June 1908. 

2/. Margaret Petrina Brocklebank, b. 1 Feb. 1901. 

3/. Elinor Joan Ida Brocklebank, b. 10 Dec. 1901. 

■id. Jane Elizabeth Lewin (Haddenham Hall, Bucks). 

5d. Frances Gisborne Lewin (Haddenham Hal!, Bucks), m. 30 Ap. 1861, Henry 
Green, d. 7 June 1900; and has issue le to 10a. 

\e. Richard Henry Green, b. 17 June 1865; m. 24 .July 1894, Mary, da. of 
Henry Mackeson of Hythe, Brewer; and has issue 1/ to 4/. 

If. George Richard Green, b. 4 Dec. 1897. 

2/. Margaret Mackeson Green, b. 14 July 1895. 

3/. Nancy Lawrie Green, b. 23 Jan. 1899. 

if. Rachel Mary Green, b. 2 July 1903. 

2e. John Frederick Ernest Green, Capt. R.N., b. 8 Aug. 1866 ; m. 22 May 1901, 
Maud, da. of Col. Charles Mclnroy of The Burn, Edzell ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Henry Green, b. 14 Nov. 1906. 

2/. Joan Green, b. 30 June 1904. 

Ze. Walter Laprimaudaye Green, b. 13 Aug. 1872; m. 26 Mar. 1901, Christine, 
da. of ( — ) Conybere ; s.p. 

4e. Arthur Dowson Green, b. 13 Ap. 1874. 

5e. Edward Cecil Green, b. 29 Ap. 1877. 

Qe. George Pritzler Green, b. 12 Nov. 1881. 

le. Alice Mary Green, m. 27 July 1889, Capt. Charles Cooke, Merchant 
Service (ret.), formerly Green's Blackwall Ships (Duclair, Seine Inf., France) ; and 
has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Charles Henry Joseph Cooke, b. 8 Dec. 1898. 

2/. Lavinia Mary Elizabeth Cooke, b. 6 July 1890. 

3/. Catherine Ella Laprimaudye Cooke, b. 23 Dec. 1892. 

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8e. Frances Elizabeth Green, unm. 
9c. Mabel Lucy Green, unm. 

10c Margaret Helen Green, m. 24 July 1900, George Henry Woolley, Solicitor 
{Cossington, Leicester) ; and has issue 1/ to 6/. 
If. Stephen Woolley, b. 9 Feb. 1904. 
2/. Philip Woolley, b. 23 Oct. 190(3. 
3/. Margaret Frances Woolley, b. 3 Dec. 1901. 
4/. Honor Woolley, b. 4 Mar. 1903. 
5/. Lucy Sophia Woolley, b. 10 May 1905. 
6/. Helen Mary Woolley, b. 8 May 1906. 

3c. George Herbert Lewin, Attorney -at-Law, b. 1808 ; d. 1857 ; m. 1837, Mary, 
da. of John Friend of Birchington, Isle of Thanet, d. 1890 ; and had issue {with a 
son d. unm.) Id to id. 

Id. Thomas Herbert Lewin, Col. Bengal Staff Corps, late 104th Regt. (Park- 
hurst, Abinger Common, Dorking), b. 1 Ap. 1839 ; m. 24 July 1876, Margaret, da. 
of John Robinson McLean, F.R.S., M.P. ; and has issue \e to 3c. 

\e. Charles McLean Lewin, Capt. 4th Queen's Own Hussars, b. 11 Ap. 1880; 
m. Sept. 1908, Beatrice Emma, da. of Henry Barlow Webb of Holmdale, Holm- 
bury, co. Surrey; and has issue 1/. 

If. [da,] Lewin, b. 26 July 1909. 

2c. Everest Hannah Grote Lewin, m. 24 July 1901, Thomas Martin Macdonald 
[2nd son of Neil Macdonald of Dunach, Argyllshire] (Bargvillean, Taynuilt, Argyll- 
shire) ; s.p. 

3e. Audrey Hale Lewin, m. 1902, Nicholas Edwin Waterhouse (Feldemore, 
Holmbury, Surrey). 

2d. William C. J. Lewin, b. 1847 ; d. 1879 ; m. /., da. of (—) Lewis ; and had 
issue (2 sows and 1 da.). 

3d. Harriet Lewin (17 Si. Mildred's Road, Ramsgate), m. 1862, Bankes Tomlin 
of Dumpton Park, Thanet, Capt. Dragoon Guards [2nd son of Robert Sackett Tomlin 
of Dane Court, co. Kent, and Westgate House, co. Northants, J. P., D.L.], rf.1908 ; 
and has issue \e to 2c. 

le. Herbert Gore Tomlin, b. 1873. 

2c. Latham Julian Tomlin, b. 1886. 

■id. Isabella Charlotte Lewin, m. 25 Sept. 1872, Gen. Nathaniel Stevenson, late 
Col. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers anil Gov. of Guernsey [2nd son of Nathaniel Stevenson 
of Braidwood, co. Lanark, J.P.] (24 Rutland Court, W. ; United Service) ; and has 
issue le to 3e. 

\e. Natalie Marguerite Stevenson, m. 20 Jan. 1896, Major Herbert Gordon, 
93rd Highlanders (Weslhorpe, Marlow, Bucks) ; and has issue 1/ to If. 

If. Charles Gilbert Skerrow Gordon. 

2/. Joan Violet Gordon. 

2c. Harriet Mary Stevenson. 

3c. Edwina Katherine Isabel Stevenson. 

4c. Edward Bernard Hale Lewin of the G.P.O., London, b. at Bcxley, Kent, 
1 July 1810; d. at Blackh;ath 3 Mar. 1878; in. 10 Oct. 1850, Maria Matilda [also 
a descendant of King Edward III. {see the Mortimer-Percy Volume, Part II.)], da. 
of Francis Rivaz, d. at Shortl.inds, Kent, 12 Jan. 1905 ; and had issue Id to bd. 

Id. Arthur Hale Lewin (23 Farnaby Road, Bromley, Kent), b. 14 June 1854; 
in. 7 Oct. 1884, Catherine Ann, da. of James Chapman; d.s.p.s. 24 Nov. 1885. 

2d. Wilfred Hale Lewin, Col. (ret.) Indian Army (Dorunda, Bromley, Kent), b. 
18 May 1856; m. 1st, at Poona, India, 31 Oct. 1885, Kate, da. of Thomas Weston 
Baggallay, d. at Jalna, Deccan, 14 Dec. 1888; 2ndly, at Shortlands, 10 Ap. 1890, 
Isibella Marion, da. of James Brown Alston; and has issue le to 3e. 

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le. Richard Alston Hale Lewin, Durand Scholar at Wellington College, b. at 
Jalna 10 Dec. 1891. 

2e. Phyllis Margaret Lewin, b. at Hingoli, Deccan, 3 Jan. 1887. 

Be. Mary Dorothea Lewin, b. at Hingoli 24 Sept. 1893. 

3d. Harold Chaloner Lewin, Solicitor (Birchdale, Bromley, Kent), b. 19 July 
1859; m. 21 July 1892, Frances Elizabeth, da. of James Brown Alston; and has 
issue (with a son, Kenneth Alston, b. 2G Mar. 189G, d. mini. 22 Feb. 1908) le to ie. 

It'. Edward Chaloner Lewin, now at Marlborough College, b. 25 Sept. 1893. 

2e. Francis Harold Lewin, now at Marlborough College, b. 16 Mar. 1895. 

3e. Mary Hope Lewin, b. 10 Sept. 1900. 

ie. Margery Theodora Lewin, b. 12 Sept. 1908. 

id. Marion Amy Lewin, m. 9 Aug. 1873, His Honour Judge Henry Tindal 
Atkinson [son of Henry Tindal Atkinson, Sergeant-at-Law] (3 Clanricarde Gardens, 
Not ling Hill Gate, IF.) ; and has issue (with a da., Violet Mary, d. young) le to 5e. 

\e. Edward Hale Tindal Atkinson, b. 19 Sept. 1878. 

2e. Ethel Marion Atkinson. 

3e. Amy Maud Atkinson. 

ie. Enid Katherine Atkinson. 

5e. Doris Mary Atkinson. 

5d. Edith Gertrude Agnes Lewin (23 Farnaby Road, Bromley, Kent), unm. 

be. Mary H. Lewin, b. 1785 ; d. 1825 ; m. Hippesley Marsh ; and had issue of 
whom \d. 

\d. Hippesley Cunliffe Marsh, Col. formerly Bengal S.C. (Tunbridge Wells). 

6c. Harriet Lewin, b. 1 July 1792; d.s.p. 29 Dec. 1878; m. 5 Mar. 1820, 
George Grote, Banker, D.C.L., LL.D., M.P. for London, the Historian of Greece, b. 
17 Nov. 1794 ; d.s.p. 18 June 1871. 

7c. Frances Eliza Lewin, b. 16 Feb. 1804; d. 21 Aug. 1888; m. 1832, Nils 
Samuel von Koch, a Noble of Sweden [1815, No. 2244], Attorney-General (Justitic- 
kanster) of Sweden, b. 10 Mar. 1801 ; d. at Auger um 13 June 1881 ; and had issue 
Id to id. 

Id. Nils Thomas Grote von Koch, a. Noble of Sweden [1815, No. 2244], Cham- 
berlain (Kammarherren) to H.M. the King of Sweden, and Secretary of Legation, a 
Landed Proprietor (Senate, Lidkoping, Siveden), b. 30 July 1833; m. 28 June 1861, 
Hedvig Alida Isabella, da. of Martin Vilhelm Rhedin ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Noble Nils Thomas Vilhelm von Koch, a Oentleman-in-Waiting to H.M. 
the King of Sweden {Row, Siveden), b. 22 Feb. 1864 ; m. 5 Aug. 1896, the Countess 
Jacquette Marie Anna, da. of Gen. Count Malcolm Walter Hamilton [Ct. Hamilton 
[Sweden 1751] Coll.] ; and has issue 1/ to 6/. 

1/. Noble Nils Thomas Malcolm von Koch, b. 11 Aug. 1897. 

2/. Noble Jacques Bo Nils von Koch, b. 9 Nov. 1907. 

3/. Noble Hedvig Anna von Koch, b. 13 June 1899. 

if. Noble Maria Margareta von Koch, b. 13 Nov. 1900. 

5/. Noble Lilian Isabella von Koch, b. 2 Dec. 1901. 

6/. Noble Signe Jacquette von Koch, b. 27 Jan. 1903. 

2e. Noble Isabella Hedvig Frances Wilhelmina von Koch, an Artist, unm. 

2d. Noble Fabian Wilhelm von Koch, formerly a Judge (Hdlla, Falun, Sweden), 
b. 10 June 1837 ; m. 17 Ap. 1873, the Baroness Hedda Johanna, da. of Major Baron 
Bengt Carl Fredrik Leijonhufvud [B. Leijonhufvud [Sweden 1651] Coll.], by his 
wife, Countess Anna Elisabeth Johanna, nee Hamilton ; and has issue le to be. 

le. Noble Carl Fabian Richert von Koch, Civil Engineer and Dr. of Elec. 
(Stockholm), b. 29 July 1879 ; m. 22 Oct. 1906, Elisabeth, da. of George W. Carpenter 
of Philadelphia ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Noble Sigfrid Fabian Richart von Koch, b. 7 June 1909. 

2/. Noble Hedda Soldis Elisabeth von Koch, b. 27 Oct. 1907. 

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2e. Noble Carl Wathier Gordon von Koch, Student, b. 13 Aug. 1887. 

3e. Noble Nanny Frances Hedda von Koch, m. 17 Aug. 1905, Adolf August 
Emanuel Johansson, teol o filo. Kand (teacher) (Gefle). 

ie. Noble Jane Marie Mathilda von Koch, m. as 2nd wife, 11 Sept. 1899, Baron 
Joseph Hermelin, Member of the Swedish Diet [B. Hericelin [Sweden 1766] Coll.] 
(Mofala, Sweden) ; and has issue 1/ to 5/. 

1/. Baron Peter Fabian Samuel Axel Hermelin, b. at Flfosa 2 Sept. 1909. 

2/. Baroness Barbro Hedda Eugenia Hermelin, b. 27 June 1900. 

3/. Baroness Karin Ebba Sofia Hermelin, b. 9 Ap. 1902. 

if. Baroness Nanny Jane Ingeborg Hermelin, b. 7 Feb. 1904. 

5/. Baroness Birgitta Hermelin, b. 17 Aug. 1906. 

5e. Noble Anna Mary Elvine von Koch, m. 14 Ap. 1909, Frithiof F s011 Holm- 
gren, Engineer (Zurich). 

3d. Noble Richert Vogt von Koch, Lieut.-Col., formerly Royal (Swedish) Horse 
Guards (12 Riddarsatin, Stockholm), b. 22 Dec. 1838 ; m. 4 July 1865, the Baroness 
Agathe Henriette,'da, of Gen. Baron Fabian Jakob Wrede af Elima [B. Wrede af 
Elima' [Sweden 1653] Coll.] ; and has issue \e to 7e. 

Ie. Noble Nils Fabian Helge von Koch, Professor of Mathematics (Djursholm, 
Sweden), b. 25 Jan. 1870; m. 23 Sept. 1893, Signe Sofia Charlotte, da. of Magnus 
Neijber ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Noble Fabian Magnus von Koch, b. 22 Oct. 1894. 

2/. Noble Gunnar Magnus Richert von Koch, b. 11 July 1897. 

3/. Noble Agnes Lisa Augusta Agathe von Koch, b. 13 Oct. 1899. 

if. Noble Signe Maj. von Koch, b. 1 May 1908. 

2e. Noble Richert Gerard Halfred von Koch, Editor of the Social Tidskrift 
[Stockholm), b. 13 Jan. 1872; m. 11 July 1906, Carola Maria Euphrosyne, da. of 
Dr. Carl Sahl. 

Be. Noble Nils Arne von Koch, Filos Kand (teacher) (Vast eras, Sweden), b. 
14 Jan. 1875 ; m. 6 Ap. 1909, Ella, da, of Isaac Neuendorff, Chief Pay Dept. Swedish 

ie. Noble Richert Sigurd Valdemar von Koch, Composer (Ortto, Sweden), b. 
28 June 1879 ; m. 8 Nov. 1904, Karin Maria, da. of Capt. Carl Magnell. 

5e. Noble Nils Ragnar von Koch, Jur. Kand (Solicitor) (Stockholm), b. 29 Ap. 

6c. Noble Harriet Ebba von Koch, Artist (Stockholm). 

Ie. Noble Frances Aurore von Koch, m. 26 Sept. 1891, Count Hugo Hansson 
Wachtmeister af Johannishus [C. Wachtmeister af Johannishus [Sweden 1687] 
Coll.] (Gullbdrna, Sweden) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Countess Ebba Frances Agathe Wachtmeister af Johannishus, b. 26 Mar. 

2/. Countess Signe Aurore Wachtmeister af Johannishus, b. 3 June 1898. 

3/. Countess Sigrid Ricliissa Wachtmeister af Johannishus, b. 27 June 1899. 

id. Noble Oscar Francis von Koch, Solicitor (Stockholm), b. 7 Mar. 1845; m. 
27 Nov. 1876, Hanna, da. of ( ) Lundhquist. 

66. Ann Hale (twin), b. 10 Mar. 1768; d. 5 Dec. 1853; m. 1st, as 2nd wife, 
1785/7, Lieut.-Col. Henry Walker Yeoman of Woodlands, near Whitby, J. P., b. 
1749; d. 1801; 2ndly, 1801, Col. Leon Smelt, Governor of the Isle of Man; and 
had issue Ic to 6c. 

If. Henry Walker Yeoman of Woodlands, J. P., D.L., b. 13 July 1789; d. 
14 Sept. 1875 ; m. 5 Feb. 1816, Lady Margaret Bruce [descended from Lady Anne, 
sister to King Edward IV., &c], da. of Lawrence (Dundas), 1st Earl of Zetland 
[U.K.], &c, d. 13 Sept. 1860 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 257-258, Nos. 9731-9740. 

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2c. Constantine Yeoman, Major in the Army (twin), b. 1791 ; d. July 1852; 
m. 28 Mar. 1842, Mary Smelt, da. of the Rev. Alexander Crigan, D.D. [who m. 
2ndly, Sheffield Cox of St. Leonards] ; and had issue (with 2 sons and a da. who d. 
young) Id. 

Id. Mary Janette Hale Yeoman, m. 23 June 1864, the Rev. Richard Edward 
Warner, Rector of Stoke and Canon of Lincoln (Stoke Rectory, Grantham) ; and has 
issue le to 7e. 

le. Leonard Ottley Warner, b. ( — ) ; m. ( — ), da. of ( — ) ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

\f. Ashton Christopher Fenwick Warner. 

if. John Warner. 

3/. Audrey Elizabeth Cromwell Warner. 

if. Joyce Trevor Warner. 

2c. Basel Hale Warner, b. ( — ) ; m. ( — ), da. of (■ — ) ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Joan Warner. 

3c. Richard Cromwell Warner, b. ( — ); m. ( — ), da. of ( — ); and has issue 1/ 
to 2/. 

1/. Oliver Martin Wilson Warner. 

2f. Grace Elinor Mary Warner. 

ie. Lawrence Dundas Warner. 

be. Wynyard Alexander Warner. 

6c. Marmaduke Warner. 

le. Constance Emma Cromwell Warner, m. ( — ) Weigall ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. Richard Edward Cromwell Weigall. 

2/. Ceoffrey Stephen Cormac Weigall. 

3/. Dulce Helen Weigall. 

3c. Bernard Yeoman, Capt. R.N. (twin), b. 1791 ; d. 23 Ap. 1836; m. 1823, 
Charlotte, da. of Sir Everard Home, 1st Bt. [U.K.], d. 21 Jan. 1878; and had 

See p. 116, Nos. 10700-10723. 

4c. Robert Smelt, d. 1817. 

5c. Frances Smelt, m. ( — ) Bacon. 

6c. Jessica Smelt, m. ( — ) Cresnell. 

lb. Harriot Hale, b. 16 June 1769 ; d. 10 Ap. 1834 ; m. 21 Ap. 1794, Lawrence 
(Dundas), 1st Earl of Zetland [U.K.], 2nd Baron Dundas [G.B.] [descended from 
the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV., &c.], d. 19 Feb. 1839 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 256-260, Nos. 9689-9885. 

8b. Emma Hale, b. 16 June 1782 ; d. May 1861 ; m. Oct. 1808, Major Charles 
Lloyd, &&th Regt., d. (being drowned in Ireland) 5 Feb. 1809 ; and had issue \c. 

\c. Rev. Charles Lloyd, Canon and Rector of Chalfont St. Giles, co. Bucks, d. 
29 Ap. 1883; m. 20 Ap. 1841, Caroline Alicia, da. of the Rev. Charles Sheffield, 
M.A. [2nd son of Sir Robert Sheffield, 3rd Bt.], d. 29 June 1893 ; and had issue 
(with 2 elder sons d. unm.) Id to \Qd. 

Id. Francis Aylmer Lloyd (Hurstbury, Witley, Surrey ; St. Stephen's), b. 6 Sept. 
1845 ; m. 2 Aug, 1883, Eugenie Alphonsene, widow of William Milner, da. of Charles 
Gaudin ; and has issue lc to 3e. 

le. Francis Charles Aylmer Lloyd, b. 19 Aug. 1884. 

2c. Florence Eugenie Aylmer Lloyd, b. 2 Mar. 1887. 

3c. Gerald Aylmer Lloyd, Welsh Regt., b 17 Ap. 1888. 

2d. Robert Oliver Lloyd, Col. R.E., Chairman, County of Pembroke Territorial 
Force Association (Trefjgarne Hall, S.O., Pembrokeshire), b. 20 Mar. 1849 ; m. 7 June 
1877, Mary Isabella, da. of Major-Gen. Dillon Custavus Pollard [also a descendant 
of King Edward III. (see the Mortimer-Percy Volume, Part II.)] ; and has issue 
le to 3c. [Nos. 37608 to 37851. 

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le. Charles Whitworth Robert Lloyd, b. 28 June 1879. 

2e. Francis Oswald Lloyd, b. 26 Ap. 18S3. 

3e. Ursula Mary Vere Lloyd, b. 16 Mar. 1891. 

3<f. Leonard Sheffield Lloyd (Holmcroft, Hampton Hill, Midx.), b. 17 Jan. 
1851 ; m. 11 June 1885, Mary Dora, da. of Capt. Charles Grigan ; and has issue 1?. 
lc. Dorothy Mary Vere Lloyd, b. 3 May 1887. 

Ad. Cyril Hope Lloyd (Morden, Manitoba, Canada), b. 28 Feb. 1853 ; m. 
2 Mar. 1878, Alice Augusta, da. of Hartley Dunsford of Lindsay, Ontario; and has 
issue \e to 7c. 

le. Digby Sheffield Lloyd, B.A., b. 31 July 1883. 

2c. Cyril Geoffrey Lloyd, b. 27 May 1887. 

3c. Hartley Dunsford Lloyd, b. 12 Nov. 1S89. 

4e. Muriel Hope Lloyd, m. 27 Dec. 1904, Robert Ernest Turnbull (2175 Rat 
Street, Regina, Sask.) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Alice Elizabeth Turnbull. 

2/. Muriel Helen Turnbull. 

3/. Mona Ruth Turnbull. 

5e. Ruth Lloyd. 

6c. Alice Marjorie Lloyd, m. 20 Oct. 1909, Arthur Hutchinson (Morden, 

le. Kate Rubidge Lloyd. 

5d. Marmaduke Bernard Lloyd (1016 Pandora Avenue, Victoria, British 
Columbia), b. 11 July 1857 ; m. 1882, Henrietta, da. of Hartley Dunsford of Lindsay, 
afsd. ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Leonard Rubidge Lloyd, b. 1890. 

2c. Violet Alicia Lloyd, b. 1886. 

6d. Giles William Lloyd, b. 1 Dec. 1860. 

Id. Perceval Allen Lloyd, F.R.C.S., (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), Dep. Coroner 
S. Div. Pembrokeshire (Chalfont House, Haverfordwest), b. 25 May 1863; m. 
Feb. 1906, Alice Auder Cecile, da. of Arthur Say; and has issue \e to 2c. 

le. John Perceval Auder Lloyd, b. 10 May 1909. 

2e. Marjorie Elizabeth Vere Lloyd, b. 14 Dec. 1906. 

8d. Lucy Emma Julia Lloyd, unm. 

9d. Caroline Octavia Mary Vere Lloyd, m. 16 July 1874, the Rev. Francis 
Amcotts Jarvis, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of Burton (Burton Vicarage, Doncaster) ; and 
has issue lc. 

le. Charles Francis Cracroft Jarvis, Capt. Yorks Regt. (Boodle's), b. 3 May 
1875, m. 9 June 1906, Helen Constance, widow of Capt. Stair Hathorn Johnston 
Stewart of Physgill, da. of Sir Edward Hunter-Blair, 4th Bt. [G.B.] ; and has 
issue If. 

If. Ralph George Edward Jarvis. b. 1907. 

10^. Margaret Alice Lloyd. 

9b. Elizabeth Hale (twin), b. 12 Feb. 1784; d. 19 Mar. 1845 ; m. at Kensington 
2 Mar. 1819, the Rtv. Benjamin Puckle, Rector of Grafham, co. Hunts, d. at Bag- 
nierre de Bigorres, in the Pyrenees, 1853 ; and had issue (with 2 das. who d.s.p.) lc 
to 3c. 

lc. Rev. Benjamin Hale Puckle, Rector of Grafham, b. 1822 ; d. 1892 ; m. 1st, 
Maria, da. of (—) Nunn ; 2ndly, 20 July 1853, Eleanor, da. of the Right Hon. Sir 
Maziere Brady, 1st Bt. [U.K.], P.C., Lord Chancellor [J.], d.s.p. 18 Feb. 1891. 

2c. Frederic Hale Puckle, settled in Australia, b. 24 Sept. 1823; d. 7 May 
1909 ; m. 4 May 1858, Fanny, da. of the Rev. Edward Selwyn, Rector of Hemingford 
Abbots, d. 30 fan. 1896 ; and had issue (with a da. d. unm.) Id to 'id. 

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Id. Selwyn Hale Puckle, M.B., CM. (Bishop's Castle, Salop), b. at Hamilton, 
Victoria, 9 June 1859 ; m. 4 Sept. 1888, Annie, da. of B. A. Bremner of Morningside, 
Edinburgh, M.D. ; and has issue (with a da. d. young) le to 5e. 

le. Frederick Hale Puckle, b. 8 June 1889. 

2e. Bruce Hale Puckle, b. 10 Nov. 1891. 

3e. George Hale Puckle, b. 21 Dec. 1892. 

4e. Phyllis Hale Puckle. 

5e. Mary Hale Puckle. 

2d. Louisa Hale Puckle \ /ri ,, n -,,, „ 

„ " _. tt i t, , i \ (Dapdune. Guild ord). 

3d. Eleanor Hale PuckleJ v ' ' 

3c. George Hale Puckle (Nine Oaks, Windermere), b. 20 Dec. 1825. 

106. Jane Hale (twin), b. 12 Feb. 178-1 ; d. 20 Aug. 1821 ; m. as 2nd wife, at 
Kensington, 25 May 1815, the Rev. Henry Budd, Rector of White Roothing, co. 
Essex, d. 27 June 1850 ; and had issue (with another son and 2 das. d.s.p.) Ic. 

Ic. Richard Hale Budd of New Brighton, Melbourne, Australia, Inspector- 
General of Schools, b. 6 Mar. 1816 ; d. 27 Mar. 1909 ; m. 13 June 1843, Elizabeth, 
da. of Liddle Purves ; and had issue (with 4 sons and 2 das. who d.s.p.) Id to 2d. 

Id. Mary Elizabeth Budd I /D ,, . n . ,. lr . , . . 
„, „ J „.. _ ,, (Roothing, Brighton, Victoria). 

2d. Emma Eliza Budd I 

[Nos. 37880 to 37890. 

132. Descendants of the Rev. William Chaloner, M.A., Queen's 
College, Cambridge (Table XV.), b. 17 May 1687; d. (-); 
m. 5 May 1724, Anne, da. of J. Hodgson of Bishop Auckland, 
co. Durham ; and had issue (with 2 sons who d.s.j).) 1 la to 2a. 

la. Edward James Chaloner of Lincoln (2nd son), d. (-) ; m. (-) ; and had 
(with possibly other) issue lb. 

lb. Theophania Chaloner, b. 23 Jan. 1779; d. 9 June 1857; m. 12 Aug 1799, 
Thomas Lodington Fairfax of Steeton, co. York, d. 1 July 1840; and had issue. 2 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 535, Nos. 48976-49015. 

2a. Robert Chaloner of Bishop Auckland, b. 1 Feb. 1729 ; d. (-) ; m. 12 Sept. 
1763, Dorothy, da. of Sir John Lister-Kaye, ilh Bt. [£.], b. 27 Feb. 1741 ; and had 
issue lb to 36. 

lb. Rev. John Chaloner, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Newton Kyme 1815-1830, b. 
3 June 1765; d. 4 Nov. 1830; m. 12 Nov. 1798, Augusta Anne, da. of Robert 
Sutton of Scofton, co. Notts, d. 3 Feb. 1850 ; and had issue Ic to 2c. 

Ic. Rev. John William Chaloner, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of Newton Kyme, b. 
1 Sept. 1811 ; d. 12 Mar. 1894; m. 1st, Marcella Louisa, da. of Charles Legh of 
Adlington, co. Chester, d. 22 Nov. 1866 ; 2ndly, Arabella, da. of Joseph Harrison of 
Orgrave, co. York ; and had issue (with a 3rd son d. unm.) Id to 3d. 

Id. Charles William Chaloner (Grove End, Albion Crescent, Scarborough), b. 
15 Oct. 1840; m. 26 Ap. 1894, Florence, da. of Capt. John Rhind ; s.p.s. 

2d. John Erskine Chaloner, settled in America, b. 12 Feb. 1842. 

3d. Henry Edward Chaloner (Box 193, Johannesburg, Transvaal), b. 18 Sept. 
1845 ; m. 23 July 1868, Louisa, da. of W. H. Hodding of 84 Gloucester Place, 
Portman Square, London, W., M.D. ; and has issue le to 3e. 

[Nos. 37891 to 37933. 

1 Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees," where, however, Edward, the 2nd son, is also 
said to have d.s.p. 

2 Burke's "Landed Gentry," 1906, p. 555, and Foster's "Yorkshire Pedigrees," 
Fairfax Pedigree. 

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le. Cecil Erskine Sweet Chaloner, b. at Lydenburg, Transvaal, 7 June 1880. 

2e. Constance Marcella Chaloner, m. at Doornfontein, Johannesburg, 22 Feb. 
1895, Edward Richard Headly Hutt, Mining Engineer, Manager, Dundee Coal Coy. 
(Talana, Dundee, Natal) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Joyce Chaloner Hutt, b. at Johannesburg 15 Aug. 1897. 

2/. Myrtle Gwendoline Hutt, b. at Wilbank, near Middelburg, 7 Aug. 1905. 

3e. Ada Gwendoline Chaloner, m. at St. Mary's Church, Johannesburg, 5 Feb. 
1902, Thomas Alexander Glenny, Land Agent and Accountant (Rand Club, 
Johannesburg) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Harry Wallis Glenny, b. at Crown Mine, Mayfair, Johannesburg, 15 Aug;. 

if. Alexander Hennen Glenny, b. at Clifton Hill, London, 26 May 1906. 

2c. Augusta Maria Chaloner, b. 23 May 1809 ; d. 19 July 1859 ; m. 26 Nov. 
1831, William Bennett Martin of Worsboro' Hall, co. Yorks. and Thurgarton Priory, 
co. Notts, J. P., D.L., b. 7 Oct. 1796 ; d. 6 Ap. 1847 ; and had issue (with an elder 
son and 2 das. who d. unm.) Id to id. 

Id. William Henry Michael Aloysius Martin-Edmunds of Worsboro' Hall, 
D.L., b. 8 May 1847 ; d. 6 Oct. 1899 ; m. 3 Aug. 1870, Emily Frances [descended 
from the Lady Anne, sister to King Edward IV. (see Exeter Volume, p. 277)], da. of 
John Hubert Washington Hibbert of Bilton Grange [by his wife Julia, da. of Sir 
Henry Joseph Tichborne, 8th Bt. [£.]] ; and had issue le to 3e. 

\e. Cecilia Elizabeth Mary Agnes Martin-Edmunds of Worsboro' (Worsboro' 
Hall, Barnsley, York). 

2e. Magdalen Mary Josephine Martin-Edmunds, m. 11 Oct. 1905, Ronald 
Charles Scott-Murray [3rd son of Charles Aloysius Scott-Murray of Hambleden]. 

3(3. Olyve Mary Evelyn Martin-Edmunds, m. 9 Ap. 1902, Eustace Theodore 
Heaven, Capt. late Lancashire Art. [2nd son of Joseph Robert Heaven of Forest of 
Birse by his wife Maria, 1st Marchioness of Braceras [Papal States]] ; and has 
issue (with an elder da. d. young) 1/ to 5/. 

1/. Eustace Joseph Benedict Heaven, b. 16 Ap. 1903. 

2/. Mark Joseph Robert Severius Heaven, b. 10 May 1904. 

3/. Edgar Joseph Heaven, b. 25 Sept. 1908. 

4/. Barbara Mary Josephine Heaven, b. 2 May 1907. 

5/. Merial Mary Teresa Tichborne Heaven, b. 5 Dec. 1909. 

■2d. Maria Elizabeth Martin, d. 26 Sept. 1891 ; m. 28 Aug. 1855, the Hon. 
Francis Dudley Montagu Stuart-W ortlcy [2nd son of John, 2nd Baron Wharucliffe 
[U.K.] and a descendant of King Henry VII.], d. 21 Oct. 1893; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 525, Nos. 35120-35139. 

3d. Amelia Mary Martin, b. 21 July 1835; d. 9 Oct. 1895; m. 29 Ap. 1858, 
Edward Olivers Bower of Broxholme, co. York, J. P., D.L., Capt. West Yorkshire 
Mil., b. 22 Aug. 1826 ; d. 18 Ap. 1896 ; and had issue le to 9e. 

le. Edward Thomas Chivers Bowers, b. 9 Feb. 1859. 

2e. George Chivers Bower, b. 19 June 1860. 

3e. Francis Chivers Bower, b. 23 July 1861. 

Ae. Arthur Wentworth Chivers Bower, b. 8 Nov. 1866. 

5e. Augusta Mary Chivers Bower. 

6e. Amy Elizabeth Chivers Bower. 

le. Ethel Alice Chivers Bower. 

8e. Cicely Maria Chivers Bower. 

9e. Beatrice Lilian Chivers Bower. 

id. Julia Constance Martin, b. 11 Sept. 1837 ; d. (-) ; m. 9 Aug. 1863, Stephen 
Soames, Bar.-at-Law ; and had issue. 

2b. Charles Chaloner, d. (1 s.p.) at Smith. [Nos. 37934 to 37977. 

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3i. Dorothy Chaloner, b. 25 May 1766; d. (-); m. ^g Rev. Robert Greville, 
Rector of Bonsall and Winstone, co. Dorset ; and had (with possibly other) issue \c. 

\c. Robert Kaye Greville of George Square, Edinburgh, LL.D., a Botanist of 
note, b. 13 Dec. 1794 ; d. 4 June 1866 ; m. 1816, Charlotte (see p. 270), da. and co-h. 
of Sir John Eden, 4th Bt. [£.], M.P. ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Robert Greville, d. (?) unm. 

2d. Chaloner Greville. 

'3d. Charlotte Greville, m. the Rev. ( — ) Hogarth. 

id. Emmeline Greville, m. (—) Drummond. 

U. [da.] Greville. [Nos. 37978 to 37981. 

133. Descendants, if any, of Catherine Chaloner (Table XV.), 

d. (-) ; m. G. Melthorp of York. 

134. Descendants of Katherine LAMPLUGH, eldest sister and co-h. of 

Thomas Lamplugh of Lamplugh (Table XV.), d. 1804 ; m. in 
Belfray's Church, York, 1754, the Rev. Godfrey Wolley, 
Rector of Thurnscoe and Warmsworth, co. York, b. 1722 ; d. 
1 May 1788 ; and had issue la to 7a. 

la. Edward Wolley, afterwards (R.L. 19 May 1810) Copley of Fulford Grange, 
co. York, eldest son, d. (-) ; m. and had issue (with a da. who d. unm.) lb. 

lb. Edward Thomas Copley of Nether Hall, co. York, b. c. 1800; d. 8 Oct. 
1849 ; m. 3 Aug. 1826, Emily Mary, da. of Sir John Pemistone Milbanke, 7th Bt. 
[£.], d. 1 June 1844 ; and hid issue (with another son, John Milbanke, who d. unm.) 
] c to 2c. 

If. George Edward Copley, b. Ap. 1834 ; d. 27 Dec. 1878; m. Annie, da. of 
Oswald Smithson of York ; and had issue (a da.). 

2c. Arthur White Copley (Casa Copley, Mentone, France), b. 8 Aug. 1836; 

2a. Thomas Wolley, Admiral R.N., d. (-) ; m. Frances Edith, da. of Gilbert 
Francklyn of Aspsden Hall, co. Herts, and had issue (with a da. who d.s.p.) lb to 3b. 

lb. Rev. Thomas Lamplugh Wolley, Rector of Portishead, co. Som., d. (-) ; m. 
Emily, da. of James Willis ; and had issue (with a da., Rhoda Florence, d. unm. 
1909) Ic. 

If. Arthur Lamplugh Wolley (5 Kildare Terrace, Bayswater ; Orotava, Tene- 
riffe), b. (—) ; m. Annie, da. of (— ) Bernard; s.p. 

2b. Henry Wolley, R.N., b. 6 May 1810; d. 3 Dec. 1898 ; m. Is*, 12 July 1838, 
Charlotte Elizabeth, da. of Joseph Seymour Biscoe of Hempstead, co. Glouc. [and 
grandda. of Vincent Biscoe of Austin Friars, London, by his wife Lady Mary, da. 
of Edward (Seymour), 8th Duk: of Somerset [/?.]], d. 28 Feb. 1851 ; and had issue 
Ic to 4c. 

lc Rev. Henry Francklyn Wolley, Hon. Canon of Canterbury, Vicar of St. 
Mary's, Shorthands (St. Mary's Vicarage, Shortlands, Kent), b. 1 July 1839; m. 
5 July 1871, Emily, da. of the Rev. Frederick Brown, Rector of Nailsea, co. 
Somerset; and has issue 1^ to id- 
Id. Hugh Seymour Lamplugh Wolley, Lieut. 56th Punjabi Rifles, Indian 
Army, b. 1882. 

2d. Margaret Katharine Wolley. 

3d. Mary Lilian Wolley. 

id. Mabel Stephana Wolley. 

2c. Editli Emma Wolley, unm. [Nos. 37982 to 37989. 


of €i)e Blooti iaopal 

3c. Charlotte Louisa Wolley, 6. 12 June 1842 ; m. 1863, James Palladio Basevi, 
R.E. [son of George Basevi, the well-known Architect], d. 17 July 1871 ; and has 
issue Id to 2d. 

Id- William Henry Basevi, Major A. P. Dept. (Hill Lodge, Milverton Terrace, 
Leamington), b. 24 May 1865 ; m. 20 Oct. 1889, Ethel Wina, da. of William Gill of 
Plymouth ; and has issue le to 2c. 

le. James Basevi, b. 21 Sept. 1890. 

2e. Doris Frances Basevi, b. 27 May 1893. 

2d. Rev. Charles Lionel Basevi (The Oratory, Brompton, S.WXb. 30 Aug. 

Ac. Alice Portia Wolley, m. 3 Oct. 1867, Thomas Monck-Mason, Bombay C.S. 
[descended from the Lady Isabel Plantagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 97)], b. 1 Sept. 
1837 ; d. 17 Feb. 1874 ; and has issue (with a da. who d. young) Id to id. 

\d. Roger Henry Monck Mason, Capt. Royal Munster Fusiliers, b. 19 Feb. 
1871 ; m. 7 June 1901 (dissolved Aug. 1909), Ethel Beatrice, da. of Capt. Cecd 
Strickland ; s.p. 

2d. Thomas George Monck Mason (Masonbrook, Cranhrook, Western Australia), 
b. 30 Sept. 1872 ; m, Sept. 1902, Jane, da. of (— ) Climie of Ballochmyle, W. 
Australia ; and has issue 1 e. 

\e. Eileen Alice Portia Monck Mason, b. Sept. 1903. 

3d. Edith Mary Monck Mason. 

id. Winifred Alice Monck Mason (93 Oakley Street, Chelsea, S.W.). 

36. Frances Louisa Wolley, d. 14 July 1874; m. 9 Sept. 1844, the Rev. Robert 
Craufurd, afterwards (1812) Gregan Craufurd of Paris [Bl. of Kilbimey [G.B. 1781] 
Coll.], d. 1868 ; and had issue \c to 3c. 

lc. Henry Robert Gregan Craufurd, J. P., late R.A. (Brightwood, Aldbury, 
Tring), b. 13 Aug. 1845; m. 1st, 18 Julv 1872, Fanny, da. of the Rev. James 
Williams of Tring Park, d.s.p. 16 Dec. 1876 ; 2ndly, 30 July 1878, Alice, da. of the 
Rev. Richard Mountford Wood, Rector of Aldbury ; and has issue \d to id. 

Id. Robert Quentin Gregan Craufurd, Capt. Royal Scots Fusiliers, b. 9 Mar. 
1880; m. Oct. 1909, Mildred, da. of the Right Hon. William Kenny, PC, Judge 
of the King's Bench Div., High Court of Justice [I.]. 

2d. Archibald Gregan Craufurd, Capt. Gordon Highlanders, b. 2 Aug. 1881. 

3d. James Gregan Craufurd, b. 23 Feb. 1886. 

id. Emma Katherine Gregan Craufurd. 

2c. Charles Quentin Craufurd, Capt. R.N. (Army and Navy), b. 2 Dec. 1847; 
in. 1 June 1878, Esmeralda Oalligary, da. of Count Valsamachi of Corfu ; and has 
issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Quentin Gregan Craufurd, b. 1879 ; m. 

2d. Maud Gregan Craufurd, m. ( — ) Dashwood (12 Tite Street, Chelsea). 

3c. Emma Katherine Gregan-Craufurd, m. 26 Sept. 1874, Edward Broughton 
Pillans of Milan, d. 1889 ; and has issue (with a son, Brian, who d.s.p.) Id to id. 

Id. Robert Pillans. 

2d. David Craufurd Pillans, R.N. 

3d. Mary Pillans, m. 1908, Henri Chevallier (Paris). 

id. Esme Katherine Pillans. 

3a. Isaac Wolley, Aim. R.N., d.s.p. 

4a. Rev. Godfrey Wolley, M.A., J. P., Rector of Hawnby and Vicar of Hiitton 
Bushel, co. York, b. 4 Mar. 1760; d. 20 Nov. 1822; m. 1st. 28 Ap. 1791, Ellice, 
da. of Richard Cass of Snainton, co. York [by his wife Ellice, da. of William 
Stockdale of Scarborough], d. 13 Mar. 1800 ; 2ndly, Frances, widow of ( — ) Spencer, 
da. of ( — ) Barker ; and had issue (with 4 other sons and 6 das. by 2nd wife, who 
d.s.p.) 16 to 66. [37990 to 38013. 


Cl)e 0lantagenet i&oll 

lb. 1 Godfrey Wolley, Adm. R.N.. b. 15 June 1799 ; d. 15 Oct. 1870 ; m. 17 May 
[? 1830], Mary, da. of Bryan Taylor of Bridlington, d. 25 July 1863 ; anrf had issue 
(with a da., Selina Louisa, d. hhm.) lc to 2c. 

lc. Mary Charlotte Ellice Wolley, b. 5 Nov. 1832 ; d. 13 Sept. 1861 ; m. 30 June 
1857, Frederic Smith, d. 16 Ap. 1882 ; «■«<* Aa<Z issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Godfrey Smith (Llanellen Court, Abergavenny), b. 28 Jan. 1859 ; m. 27 Nov. 
1884, Eliza, da. of George Young of Longton, co. Staff., Solicitor; s.p. 

2d. Agnes Smith, unm. 

2c. Katharine Emily Wolley, m. 30 July 1864, the Rev. Sackett Hope, M.A. 
(Oxon.), Vicar of Chedworth 1879-1898, &c. (Chedworlh, The Leas, Folkestone) ; 
iind has issue (with 4 others d. young) Id to 9d. 

Id. John Lamplugh Allen Hope, M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.) (Devon- 
shire House, Addlestone), b. 14 Oct. 1866; m. 13 Ap. 1896, Rose, da. of Thomas 
Herring; and has issue \e to 2e. 

\e. Constance Katharine Mary Hope. 

2e. Ruth Olga Margaret Hope. 

2d- Godfrey Dawson Taylor Hope, M.A. (Oxon.) (Turleigh, Bradford-on-Avon), 
h. 31 Mar. 1868 ; m. 21 Dec. 1899, Ethel Jessie, da. of William Dwyer Way; and 
has issue \e to 2e. 

\e. John Godfrey Adrian Hope, b. 1 May 1907. 

2e. Dorothea Katharine Esther Hope. 

3d. Reginald Henry Walton Hope (Greemnount, Cornwall Road, Uxbridgc), b. 
19 Jan. 1872; m. 29 Aug. 1905, Mabel Constance, da. of Edwin Beard; and has 
issue le. 

\c. Monica Constance Alice Hope. 

id. Cyril Edward Wolley Hope, 6. 22 Ap. 1870 ; unm. 

5d. Rev. Alban Sackett Hope, M.A. (Oxon.) (St. Bartholomew's, Dover), b. 
22 June 1877; unm. 

Qd. Noel Eustace Hope, B.A. (Oxon.), A.R.C.M., b. 25 Mar. 1880; unm. 

Id. Mary Katharine Sackett Hope, unm. 

Sd. Beatrice Sarah Louisa Hope, unm. 

Qd. Isabel Ruth Duodecima Hope, unm. 

2b.- Thomas Wolley, C.B., Chief Clerk in the Admiralty, d. (-) ; m. Matilda 
Frances, da. of the Rev. (—) Hatch, Rector of Kingston-on-Thames ; and had issue 
(with an elder son who d.s.p.) lc. 

lc. Godfrey Lamplugh Isaac Wolley, "Godfrey Lamplugh," an Actor. 

3b. 1 Honor Wolley, b. 11 Feb. 1792 ; d. 28 Oct. 1827 ; m. in the Abbey Church, 
St. Albans, 28 Jan. 1812, the Rev. William Stockdale of Mears Ashby Hall, co. 
Northants, J. P., M.A., and Fellow of Jesus Coll., Camb., b. 5 Ap. 1767 ; d. 17 Feb. 
1858 ; and had issue (with 3 other sons and 2 das. who d. unm.) lc to ic. 

lc. Rev. William Waller Stockdale, Rector of Wychling, co. Kent, b. 6 Mar. 
1814; d. 19 Feb. 1893; m. 1st, Mary Martha Margaret, da. of James Douglas of 
Rhydyfran, co. Cardigan, d. Oct. 1853 ; 2ndly, 16 Ap. 1857, Emma, da. of James 
Ashenden, d. 15 Feb. 1886 ; and had issue (with a da. d. young) Id to 2d. 

Id. 1 Reginald Walter Stockdale, b. 9 Jan. 1852 ; d. (-) ; m. Adda, da. of the 
Rev. James John Douglas, Prebendary of Perth ; and had issue (with 3 other children) 
le to 2e. 

le. Reginald Walter Douglas Stockdale, b. 11 Ap. 1892. 

2e. Mary Louisa Stockdale, b. 11 Dec. 1893. 

2d. 2 Godfrey Henry Wolley Stockdale, Col. R.E., b. 1 Aug. 1858 ; m. 15 Nov. 
1884, Ida Eliza, da. of Gen. Horatio Scott; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Godfrey Eric le Scot Stockdale, b. 1 June 1888. 

2e. Dorothy Honor Stockdale, b. 5 May 1«93. [Nos. 38014 to 38036. 


of %\yt BlootJ ftopal 

2c. Henry Minshull Stockdale of Mears Ashby Hall, M.A. (Camb.), Bar.-at- 
Law of Lincoln's Inn, J. P., D.L., and late Chairman Northants Quarter Sessions 
and Capt. Northants Militia {Mears Ashby Hall, Northampton), b. 30 Sept. 1822 ; 
m. 12 Aug. 1858, Sarah Emily, da, of the Rev. Robert Hervey Knight, Rector of 
Weston Favell, d. 15 May 1896; and has issue (with a son and da. who d. nnm.) 
U to 5d. 

Id. Henry Minshull Stockdale, J. P., M.A. (Camb.), Bar.-at-Law of the Inner 
Temple, late Major 3rd Batt. Northants Regt. (Mears Ashby Hall, Northants), b. 
8 Feb. 1861 ; m. 7 July 1896, Florence Margaret Rose [descended from the Lady 
Isabel Plantagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 269)], da, of the Rev. Charles Villiers, 
Rector of Croft, co. York ; and has issue \e to 2e. 

le. Henry Charles Minshull Stockdale, b. 5 Ap. 1902. 

2e. Edmund Villiers Minshull Stockdale, b. 16 Ap. 1903. 

2d. Rev. Robert William Stockdale, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of St. Silas, Hunslet 
(St. Silas's Vicarage, Hunslet, Yorks), b. 31 Oct. 1862 ; m. 1 Mar. 1905, Emily, da. 
of Israel Fozard ; and has issue 1 e to 2c. 

le. Honor Stockdale. 

2c. Katherine Fozard Stockdale. 

Bd. Herbert Edward Stockdale, Major R.H.A., b. 22 June 1867; m. 4 Feb. 
1909, Margaret Frances, da. of the Rev. James Tufton Bartlet, Canon of 

id. Emily Honor Stockdale, unm. 

5d. Mabel Katharine Mary Stockdale, unm. 

3c. Catherine Frances Stockdale, b. 22 Jan. 1816; d. 27 Sept. 1860; m. 
23 Mar. 1811, the Rev. Thomas Bury Wells, M.A (Camb.), Rector of Portlemouth, 
co. Devon, formerly Lieut. R.N., b. Jan. 1795; d. 23 May 1879 ; and had issue 
(with a son and da. who d.s.p.) Id to 6d. 

Id. Lionel Burv Wells, M.I.C.E. (Horsecombe, Salcombe, Devon), b. 12 Feb. 
1843 ; m. 11 Oct. 1871, Mary Eliza, da. of the Rev. T. P. Kirkman, Rector of Croft, 
co. Lane, F.R.S. ; and has issue (with a da. d. young) le to 6e. 

le. Lionel Fortescue Wells, C.E., b. 20 Oct. 1877. 

2e. Katharine Elmina Wells, m. 16 Aug. 1901, Harry Augustus Whittall [son 
of Sir (James) William Whittall, Founder and President of the British Chamber of 
Commerce of Turkey] (Broussa, Hale, Altringham) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Lionel Harry Whittall, b. 8 May 1907. 

2/. Katharine Marion Whittall, b. 21 Feb. 1906. 

Be. Mary Dorothea Wells. 

4e. Elizabeth Rose Wells. 

5e. Elinor Kirkman Wells. 

Ge. Muriel Bury Wells. 

2d. Henry Lake Wells, CLE,, Lieut.-Col. R.E., b. 8 Mar. 1850; d. 1898; m. 
Alice Bertha, da. of the Rev. Hugh Bacon of Baxterley, co. Warwick ; and had issue 
leto be. 

le. Lionel Salisbury Wells, Lieut. Queen's Own Corps of Guides, b. 1885; 
d. 1908. 

2e. Victor Horace Wells, b. 1S97. 

'ie. Bessie Margaret Fortescue Wells. 

4e. Honor Lake Wells. 

5e. Kathleen Esther Wells. 

3d. Thomas Bury Wells, b. Oct. 1856; m. Bertha 

, da. of William Palmer of 

Montreal ; s.p. 

-Id. Katherine Alicia Wells, m. Robert Sterne, Co 

11m. R.N. ; s.p. 

5d. Elizabeth Ellen Wells, unm. 

&d. Caroline Emily Wells, unm. 

[Nos. 38037 to 38063. 

2 59 

Cl)e |&lantagenet ftoll 

4c. Ellen Stockdale, b. 7 /«». 1826 ; d. 9 Nov. 1901 ; m. 14 .4/). 1860, James 
Pain of Asplcy Guise, co. Beds, d. 4 Jan. 1878 ; and had' issue {with a son and 4 
das. d. »«W.) l<f to 3d. 

Id. John Athill James Pain, b. 2 0c£ 18G4 ; d. 22 Av. 1899 ; m. 29 Ap. 1893, 
Edith Jane, da. of William Slagg, d. 13 /««. 1901 ; and had issue le to 3e. 

\e. James Crichton Pain, b. 10 Sept. 1895. 

Ie. Catherine Mary Pain, b. 13 Mar. 1894. 

Be. Mary Henrietta Pain, b. 8 Sept. 1897. 

a. ssssssssk- *^ ™-^>> „„,„. 

46. J Catherine Wolley, b. 16 Mar. 1793; d. (-); m. 15 Mm. 1810, the Rev. 
Stephen Allen, d. ( - ) ; a«rf had issue \c to 4c. 

\c. Rev. Stephen Allen, D.D. 

2c. Thomas Allen, m. and had several children. 

3c. Godfrey Allen, emigrated to New Zealand. 

4c. Katharine Allen, d. (-) ; m. in New Zealand, { — ) Wray or Ray; and 
had issue (a da.). 

5b. 2 Isabella Wolley. 

6b. 2 Caroline Wolley. 

5i!. Honor Wolley, d. 1845 ; m. as '2nd wife, the Rev. Anthony Fountaine Eyre 
of Baronburgh, co. York, d. 14 Feb. 1794 ; and had issue {with a son and 3 das. d. 
unm.) lb. 

lb. Rev. Anthony William Eyre, Rector of Hornsea, b. 20 Nov. 1783 ; d. 1848 ; 
m. Sarah, da. of David Mapleton of Bath, M.D., d. ( -) ; and had issue {with 2 sons 
and 2 das. d. unm.) lc to 3c. 

lc. Edward John Eyre of the Grange, Staple Aston, co. Oxon., sometime Governor 
of Jamaica, b. 5 Aug. 1815; d. 3 Nov. 1901 ; m. 3 Ap. 1850, Adelaide Fanny, 
da. of Capt. F. Ormond, R.N., d. 15 May 1905 ; and had issue Id to Id. 

Id. Gervas Selwyn Eyre, Bar. -at- Law, Lieut.-Col. Indian Army, formerly Com- 
missioner of Division, Burmah {The Hudnalls, St. Briavel's, S.O., Glos), b. 25 July 
1851 ; m. 29 Jan. 1874, Lucy Dorothea, da. of the Rev. E. J. Baines, Vicar of 
Golding, co. Kent; and has issue It'. 

It'. Lucy Marguerite Eyre, b. 9 Dec. 1874. 

2d. Edward Broughton Eyre, Lieut, (ret.) B.N., b. 23 Mar. 1853 ; unm, 

3d. Charles Ormond Eyre {Fiji), b. 5 Dec. 1856 ; m. and has issue. 

id, Harry Eyre, late Colonial Service, Gold Coast, b. 13 Feb. 1861 ; unm, 

5d. Sydney Frederick Eyre, b. 30 Oct. 1871 ; unm. 

(id. Ada Austin Eyre {Delamont, Killyleigh, co. Devon), m. 15 Sept. 1881, 
Alexander Hamilton Miller Haven Gordon of Florida Manor, and Delamont, co. 
Devon, J.P., D.L., d. 5 July 1910; and has issue le to 10c. 

lc. Alexander Robert Gisborne Gordon, Capt.. Roy. Irish Reg., b. 28 July 1882. 

2c. Eyre Gordon, Scholar Queen's College, Oxford, Indian C.S., b. 28 Feb. 1884. 

3e. John de la Hay Gordon, 67th Punjabis, Indian Army, b. 30 Mar. 1887. 

4c. Edward Ormond Gordon, b. 1 Mar. 1888. 

5c. Henry Gisborne Gordon, b. 29 Aug. 1889. 

6c. Eldred Pottinger Gordon, b. 24 May 1891. 

7e. Ivy Dorothy Catherine Gordon,^ 

8c. Marjorie Frances Gordon, | 

9c. Honor Gordon, j unm 

10c. Marion Alice Gordon, J 

Id. May Lilian Eyre, unm. 

2c. Caroline Eyre, d. 23 May 1863 ; m. as 1st wife, 10 June 1839, the Rev. 
James Hare Wake. Vicar of Sutton in Forest, co. Yorks [Bt. (E. 1621) Coll.], b. 
19 Feb. 1805 ; d. 5 Dec. 1874 ; and had issue Id to Id. [Nos. 38064 to 38086. 


of Cl)e Bloot) i&opal 

Id. Rev. Baldwin Eyre Wake, M.A. (Oxon.). Vicar of Ruswarp (Ruswarp 
Vicarage, Whitby, Yorks), 6. 20 Mar. 1840; m. 16 June 1868, Adelaide Bowles, da. 
of the Rev. Henry Cleveland, Rector of Rornald Kirk, Darlington ; and has issue 
leto 3e. 

le. Rev. Hereward Eyre Wake, M.A. (Oxon.), "Vicar of Castle Cary {Castle 
Cory Vicarage, Somerset), b. 8 June 1869 : m. 18 Ap. 1899, Mary Frances, da. of 
James Sealy Lawrence of 5 Upper Addison Gardens, W. ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Hereward Baldwyn Lawrence Wake, b. 26 Aug. 1900. 

If. Torfrida Marjory Wake, b. 11 May 1902. 

2e. Torfrida Mary Wake. 

3e. Margaret Gladys Hermione Wake. 

2d. Gervas Fountayne Wake (Victoria, British Columbia), b. 15 Ap. 1853; 
m. 9 June 1881, his cousin, Amy Rosamond, da. of Capt. Baldwin Arden Wake, 
R.N. ; and has issue le to Se. 

le. Hereward Eyre Wake, b. 16 July 1888. 

2e. Rosamond Adelaide Alice Wake, m. 1-1 Aug. 1907, Frederick Paget Norbury 
(The Norrest, Malvern) ; and has issue If. 

If. Christopher Paget Norbury, b. 8 Oct. 1908. 

3e. Gladys Maude Mary Wake. 

3d. Emily Honor Wake, m. 15 Sept. 1868, Arthur Charles Cleveland (23 Evers- 
ley Road, Bexhill) ; and has issue le to le. 

le. Hereward Wake Cleveland, b. 1880. 

2e. Ethel Mary Wake Cleveland. 

Se. Blanche Seton Cleveland. 

4e. Evelyn Eyre Cleveland. 

id. Lucy Joan Wake. 

5d. Edith Caroline Wake, m. 29 Nov. 1864, Capt. Martin Budd Lewin, formerly 
51st Regt. (78 Elliscomhe Road, Old Charlton, Kent) ; and has issue le to 8e. 

le. Robert Hutchinson Wake Lewin, b. 8 Jan. 1869 ; d. (?s.p). 

2e. Arthur Wyndham Wake Lewin, b. 3 Mar. 1871. 

3e. Francis Ashby Wake Lewin, b. 17 May 1873. 

ie. Fenton Gervas Martin Lewin, b. 20 Nov. 1875, 

5e. George Edward de Montfleury Lewin, b. 23 Dec. 1876. 

Qe. Caroline Edith Constance Lewin. 

le. Gladys Bertha Joan Lewin. 

8e. Torfrida Dorothy Wilhelmina Lewin. 

Qd. Bertha Charlotte Wake. 

Id. Gertrude Maud Wake. 

3c. Fanny Eyre, b. 1820; d. (-) ; m. Joshua Mashill of Pudsey, co. York, 
Surgeon ; and had issue 1 d. 

Id, Clara Ruth Mashill, m. H. A. Wickers, M.D. ; and has issue (a da.). 

8a. Cordelia Wolley, d. ( - ) ; m. John Bower ; and had issue. 

la. Katherine Wolley, d. (-); m. at Fulford 16 Oct. 1789, John Raper of 
Abberford and Lotherton, co. York, and Lamplugh, co. Cumberland (see p. 262), 
d. 3 July 1824 ; and had issue lb to 36. 

16. John Lamplugh Raper, afterwards (R.L. 10 Mar. 1825) Lamplugh-Raper 
of Lamplugh, b. 19 July 1790; d.s.p. 13 Ap. 1867. 

2b. Henry Raper of Lamplugh, b. 12 Feb. 1795 ; d.s.p. 16 May 1867. 

36. Anne Raper, da. and in her issue (16 May 1867) sole h., d. 19 Dec. 1857 ; 
m. 19 July 1815, James Brooksbank of The Bailey, Durham, J. P. [2nd son of 
Benjamin Brooksbank of Healaugh, co. York, J. P.]. b. 21 Sept. 1786 ; d. 27 Feb. 
1870 ; and had issue le to 2c. 

le. James Brooksbank, Bar.-at-Law, b. 27 Sept. 1816; d.v.p. 27 Mar. 1863; 
m. 4 Feb. 1824, Marianne, da. of Thomas Edmonds of London, d. 11 Oct. 1852; 
and had issue Id to 2d. [^os. 38087 to 38 114. 

261 2 L 

^\yt $lantagenet &oll 

Id- Walter Lamplugh Brooksbank, Lord of the Manor of Lamplugh and Patron 
of the Living, J. P. (Lamplugh Hall, Cockermoutli ; Fir Bank, Penrith, Cumberland), 
b. 4 Nov. 1850 ; m. 8 Aug. 1877, Mary Anne Madeleine, da. of Francis Greenwell 
of Durham, J. P. ; and has issue le to be. 

le. James Lamplugh Brooksbank, b. 21 Feb. 1889. 

le. Katherine Dorothy Aurora Brooksbank. 

3e. Honor Elizabeth Brooksbank. 

4e. Myrtle Philippa Brooksbank. 

5e. Una Frances Honora Brooksbank. 

Id. Marianne Elizabeth Annie Brooksbank, m. 26 Jan. 1875, William Delisle 
Powles (40 Sussex Gardens, Hyde Park, W '.) ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. John Copley Powles, Lieut, (ret.) R.N., b. 22 Nov. 1875. 

2e. Rev. Robert Cowley Powles, M.A. (Oxon.), b. 22 June 1877. 

3e. Francis Brooksbank Powles, B.A. (Oxon.), b. 27 Ap. 1882. 

2c. Rev. Walter Brooksbank, M.A., Rector of Lamplugh, b. 5 Aug. 1830; d. 
20 Oct. 1908; m. 29 May 1855, Elizabeth Jane, da. of Stephen Poyntz Denning; 
and has issue 1 d to Qd. 

Id. Stephen Poyntz Brooksbank, C.E., b. 11 May 1856 ; m. and has issue (a da.). 

•2d. Hugh Lamplugh Brooksbank, B.A. (Camb.), b. 25 Feb. 1867 ; m. 27 Dec. 
1900, Sybil Lavallin, da. of the Rev. Herbert Boyne Lavallin Puxley of Lavallin 
House, Tenby, Rector of Caton. 

3d. Ethel Brooksbank, m. 13 June 1882, the Rev. Ernest Edward Stock, Vicar 
of Rocliffe (Rocliffe Rectory, Carlisle) ; and has issue le to 8e. 

le. Hugh Russell Stock, b. 19 July 1883. 

le. Reginald Walter Stock, b. 4 Aug. 1886. 

3e. Christopher Herbert Stock, b. 5 July 1888. 

ie. Cecil Ernest Stock, b. 23 Dec. 1892. 

be. Ethel Marjory Stock, b. 5 May 1885. 

6e. Beatrice Mildred Stock, b. 31 July 1889. 

le. Gertrude Mary Stock I ^ R M lgg9 _ 

Se. Katharine Maud Stock I 

id. Gertrude Brooksbank (twin), m. 29 Nov. 1883, Samuel Taylor of Eccleston 
Hall and Birkdault, co. Lancaster, J. P., B.A., Bar.-at-Law, late Lieut. 3rd Batt. 
South Lancashire Regt. (Birkdault, Haverthwaite, near Ulverston) ; and has issue 
le to ie. 

le. Rev. Samuel Taylor, B.A. (Camb.), b. 6 Oct. 1884. 

2e. Richard Brooksbank Taylor, Lieut. Border Regt., b. 8 Dec. 1885. 

3e. Geoffrey Fell Taylor, b. 8 Nov. 1890. 

4e. Nancy Taylor. 

5d. Katherine Brooksbank (twin). 

6d. Philippa Beatrice Brooksbank, m. 28 July 1892, Anthony Gerard Salvin of 
Hawksfold, co. Sussex, Capt. Yorkshire R.G.A. Militia (Woodfold, Fernhurst); and 
has issue le. 

le. Philippa Malorie Salvin. [Nos. 38115 to 38143. 

135. Descendants of Anne Lamplugh, sister and co-h. of the Eev. 
Thomas Lamplugh of Lamplugh (Table XV.), d, ( - ) ; m. 8 Oct. 
1750, John Raper of Lotherton, co. York ; and had issue la 
to 4a. 

la. John Raper of Abbcrford and Lotherton, co. York, and Lamplugh, co. Cum- 
berland, d. 3 July 1824 ; m. 16 Oct. 1789, Katherine, da. of the Rev. Godfrey Wolley ; 
and had issue. 

See p. 261, Nos. 38115-38143. [Nos. 38144 to 38172. 


of Cl)e Blooti i&opal 

2a. Anne Raper, d. aged 84, bur. in Church of St. Martin's, Coney Street, York, 
M.I. ; m. George Townend ; and had issue lb. 

lb. Anne Townend, only da. and apparently only child, 1 b. c. 1702; d. at 
Clapham Rise, 29 Dec. 1858, aged 86; m. 1st, John Moore, Capt. 3rd Dragoon 
Guards, d. (-) ; 2ndly, Edmund Lolly, Capt. 4th Dragoon Guards [descended from 
George Planlagenel, Duke of Clarence (see Essex Volume, Clarence Supp., p. 528)] ; 
and had issue (with a son, Edmund Lally, who d. at Eton) \c to 6c. 

lc. Ann Moore, da. and co-h., d. (-) ; m. the Rev. Jocelyn Wiley of Heworth, 
co. York. 

2c. Frances Moore, da. and co-h. 

3c. Georgiana Moore, 3rd da. 2 and co-h., d. 1845 ; m. 16 Dec. 1824, her cousin, 
Henry Raper of Lamplugh (see p. 261), d.s.p. 16 May 1867. 

4c. ( — ) Moore, da. and co-h., d. (-) ; m. Wynn Aubrey. 

5c. Anna Katherine Lally, da. and co-h., d. 2 May 1900 ; m. the Rev. Edward 
John Speck, Sec. Church Pastoral Aid Society, d. (-) ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Rev. Jocelyn Henry Speck (St. Martin's Vicarage, Bedford), b. 1857; m. 
Rosalie, da. of Alexander Dalrymple ; and has issue lc to 3c. 

lc. John Speck, b. 1888. 

2c. Gwendolen Lally Speck. 

3c. Stella Speck. 

6c. Augusta Lally, d. 10 Sept. 1898; m. 11 Oct. 1843, the Rev. Henry Roxby 
Roxby, Rector of St. Olave, Old Jewry, d. 14 Jan. I860; and had issue \d to 3d. 

Id. Rev. Edmund Lally Roxby, M.A. (Camb.), Hon. Canon of Gloucester, 
Rector of Cheltenham (The Rectory, Cheltenham), b. 21 Aug. 1844. 

2d. Cams Wilson Roxby, b. 26 Dec. 1845. 

3d. Herbert Roxby, Capt. R.N., b. 9 Feb. 1848. 

3a. Honor Raper, d. ( - ) ; bur. in the Church of St. Martin, Coney Street, York, 
m. John Kendall of Hatfield, co. York, d. (-) ; bur. in the Church of St. Martin 
afsd. ; and had issue (with an eldest son John, lost at sea) lb to 56. 

16. Henry Edward Kendall of London, an eminent Architect, d. ( - ) ; m. Anna 
Maria, da. of ( — ) Lyon ; and had issue lc to 6c. 

lc. Henry Edward Kendall of Brunswick Square, London, Architect, d. (-); 
m. Mary, da. and h. of Thomas Amery Cobham of Uckfield, co. Sussex ; and had 
issue Id to 6d. 

Id. Henry Robert John Edmunds Kendall, d. (-). 

2d. Thomas Cobham John Kendall. 

3d. Edward Heme Kendall. 

id. Arthur James Kendall. 

5d. Anna Maria Mardow Kendall. 

Qd. Mary Leonora Kendall. 

2c. George Kendall. 

3c. John Kendall, Lieut. 28th Bengal Native Infantry, d. (?s.p.) 17 A p. 1852. 

4c. Charles Kendall. 

5c. Emma Kendall, d. ( - ) ; m. William Covey of Wilton Street, Belgrave Square, 
d. (-) ; and had issue (with a son, Charles, Major Durham L.I., d. unm.) Id to 3d. 

Id. Emma Covey, unm. [Nos. 38173 to 38185. 

1 "Outlines of the Genealogy of the Hassards and their Connections, York" 
(H. Sotheran, Bookseller, Coney Street, 1858). 

2 Burke's " Landed Gentry," 1906, under Brooksbank of Lamplugh, p. 206. 
This da. is not mentioned in "Outlines of the Genealogy of the Hassards," .fee, from 
whicli particulars of the other das. are taken, unless, indeed, she is identical with the 
da. (there called 3rd) who m. Wynn Aubrey, in which case Henry Raper must have 
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2d. Fanny Shelley Covey, d. 11 Jan. 1908 ; m. Quintin William Francis Twiss 
of H.M. Treasury, d. 7 Aug. 1900 ; and had issue \e to 5e. 

le. Horace William Twiss, Solicitor (Schifjbauerdamm 15, Berlin, N.W.), b. 
24 Mar. 1865 ; m. in New York 8 Oct. 1892, Lilian Beatrice, da. of Henry Simms. 

2e. Arthur Quintin Twiss, b. 16 Nov. 1867 ; unm. 

3e. Effie Fanny Twiss, unm. 

ie. Annie Constance Twiss, m. 6 Feb. 1893, Ernest Blechynden Waggett, M.A. 
(Camb.), M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., Surgeon, Nose, Throat, and Ear Dept., Charing Cross 
Hospital, and Consulting Surgeon, London Throat Hospital (39 Wimpole Street, W.) ; 
and has issue 1/. 

1/. Judith Blechynden Waggett, b. 4 May 1897. 

5e. Mildred Caroline Twiss, unm. 

3d. Myra Jane Covey, unm. 

6c. Sophia Kendall, b. 31 Aug. 1811 ; d. 17 Feb. 1879 ; m. 23 Jan. 1830, Lewis 
Cubitt [uncle of George {Cubitt), 1st Lord Ashcombe [U.K.] P.C.], b. 29 Sept. 1799 ; 
d. 9 June 1883 ; and had issue \d to id. 

Id. Lewis Cubitt of On House, Hastings, Cap/. 26th Camcronians, b. 5 Dec. 
1834; d. 20 Nov. 1872; m. 31 Mar. 1869, Charlotte Anne, da. of Robert William 
Kennard of Theobalds, co. Herts, M.P., J. P., D.L. ; and had issue le. 

le. Thomas (Cubitt, now (R.L. 10 Dec. 1904) Riccardi-Cubitt), 1st Count 
Riccardi-Cubitt [Italy, 27 May 1904], which title he had Royal Licence to use in the 
United Kingdom 10 Dec. 1905 (Eden Hall, Edenbridge, Kent), b. 8 May 1870; m. 
23 Nov. 1893, Fede Maria, suo jure Countess Riccardi [Italy, 3 May 1904], da. and 
h. of Adolfo, 3rd Count Riccardi [Sardinia, 2 Ap. 1833], K.M.L., K.C.I., Col. Italian 
R.A., and Equerry to King Victor Emmanuel III. ; and has issue 1/ to 4/. 

1/. Charles Cyril Riccardi-Cubitt, heir to mother's title, b. 28 Jan. 1896. 

2/. Vera Alicia Maria Riccardi-Cubitt. 

3/. Theodora Fede Maria Riccardi-Cubitt. 

if. Monica Yolanda Riccardi-Cubitt. 

2d. Ellen Cubitt, m. as 2nd wife, 7 Dec. 1858, Edgar Alfred Bowring, C.B., for- 
merly Librarian and Registrar to Board of Trade, and M.P. for Exeter 1868-1874 
[son of Sir John Bowring, LL.D., Min. Plen. to China] (30 Eaton Place, S.W.); 
and has issue It' to 2e. 

le. Algernon Cunliffe Bowring (30 Eaton Place, S.W.), b. 27 Sept. 1859 ; unm. 

le. Victor Bowring, now (D.P.) Bowring Hanbury (5 Belgrave Square, S.W. ; 
Ham Hall, Ashbourne), b. 26 Mar. 1867; m. 16 Feb. 1904, Ellen, widow of the 
Right Hon. Robert William Hanbury of Ham, P.C., M.P., President of the Board 
of Agriculture, da. and h. of Col. Knott Hamilton. 

3d. Agnes Cubitt, m. 31 Oct. 1855, Lieut.-Col. Henry Charles Cunliffe-Owen, 
R.E., C.B., V.C., d. 7 Mar. 1867 ; and has issue If. 

le. Edward Cunliffe-Owen, C.M.G., Bar.-at-Law, was Sec. to the Fisheries, 
Health, and Inventions Exhibition, and Assist.-Sec to Royal Commissioners of 
Colonial and Indian Exhibition 1886 (69 Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park, W.), b. 1 Jan. 
1857; m. 18 Ap. 1882, Emma Pauline, da. of Sir (Francis) Philip Cunliffe-Owen, 
K.C.B., K.C.M.G., CLE. ; and has issue 1/ to 4/. 

1/. Francis Edward Cunliffe-Owen, b. 22 Dec. 1884. 

2/. Alexander Robert Cunliffe-Owen, b. 25 Aug. 1898. 

3/. Dorothy Mary Cunliffe-Owen. 

if. Sybil Cunliffe-Owen. 

id. Ada Cubitt, unm. 

2b. George Kendall, Capt. R.M., served under Nelson at the Nile, Copenhagen, 
and Trafalgar, upon which last occasion he commanded the Marines on board the 
Neptune, b. c. 1783 ; d. (? s.p.) 8 Mar. 1840. 

3b. Richard Kendall, Major R.A., b. c. 1808; d. (?s.p.) in Barbados 3 Sept. 
1S43. [N 0S . 38186 to 38207. 


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4b. Honor Kendall, d. 3 June 1814 ; m. 23 Ap. 1805, Thomas Shann of Tad- 
caster, b. 13 Afar. 1768 ; d. 9 Feb. 1852 ; and had issue (with 2 sons who d. w»ra.) lc. 

lc. G<wge SAa«« o/ York, M.D., b. 18' May 1809; d. 3 Orf. 1882; m. 16 Ap. 
1845, /a;;t', rfa. of the Rev. William Gray, Canon of Ripon and Vicar of Brafferton, 
d. at York 6 Sept. 1899 ; and had issue (with 2 other sons who d.s.p.) Id to 9d. 

Id. George Shann, M.A. (Camb.), b. 22 July 1846. 

2d. Frederick Shann, B.A. (Cainb.), M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., J.P., V.I). (Famham, 
Knaresborough), b. 22 Ap. 1849. 

3d. Alfred Shann, b. 1 July 1850. 

id. Henry Charles Shann, Surgeon (Micklegaie Hill House, York), b. 21 Feb. 
1852; m. 23 July 1885, Caroline Mary, da. of Sir William Henry Flower, K.C.B., 
F.R.S. ; and has issue le to 5e. 

le. Edward Warington Shann, B.Sc. (St. Andrews), b. 6 Sept. 1886. 

2e. Gerald Davenant Shann, b. 23 Dec. 1888. 

3e. Charles Douglas Shann, b. 4 Mar. 1907. 

ie. Vera Flower Shann. 

oe. Rosetta Mary Shann. 

5d. Rev. Reginald Shann, M.A. (Trin. Coll., Camb.), Rector of Cherries (Chenies 
Rectory, Rickmansworth, Bucks), b. 18 July 1854: m. 11 Sept. 1879, Elizabeth, da. 
of the Rev. Edward Hoare, M.A., Vicar of Holy Trinity, Tunbridge Wells. Canon of 
Canterbury [by his wife Maria Eliza, da. of Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, 1st Bt. 
[U.K.], M.D., F.R.S., D.C.L.] ; and has issue le to ie. 

le. Rev. Charles Brodie Shann, M.A. (Camb.), b. 8 Dec. 1884. 

Ie. Reginald Arthur Shann, b. 26 June 1891. 

'ie. Lettice Mary Shann, B.Sc. (London). 

ie. Ethel Katharine Shann, M.B. (Camb.). 

6d. William Arthur Shann, formerly of St. Anne's, Lowestoft (Camberley, 
Surrey), b. 10 June 1857 ; m. 25 Ap. 1900, Clara, widow of Capt. V. R, Rae, West 
York Regt., da. of Thomas Moss, s-p. 

Id. Thomas Lawrence Shann, M.A. (Camb.) (The Quarry Cottage, Famham, 
near Knaresborough), b. 21 Sept. 1858 ; m. 4 Aug. 1892, Lucy Fenwick, da. of Joseph 
Watson of Gateshead ; and has issue le to ie. 

le. Kenneth Shann, b. 22 Ap. 1895. 

Ie. Honor Shann. 

3e. Mary Grace Shann. 

ie. Faith Shann. 

%d. Lucy Honor Shann, laim. 

9d. Laura Jane Shann, unm. 

»b. Mary Ann Kendall, d. 19 Oct. 1851 ; m. 26 Jan. 1808, Richard Samuel 
Hassard, afterwards (R.L. 7 Aug. 1807) Short, Lord of the Manors of Edlington, 
East Keal, and part of Clerkenwell, b. 20 Ap. 1754 ; d. 24 Oct. 1826 ; and had issue 
(with an elder son and a da., Mrs. Maiiland, who d.s.p.) lc to 7c. 

lc. John Hassard Short of Edlington Grove, co. Lincoln, J -P., D.L., b. 18 Nov. 
1810; d. 4 Dec. 1893; m. 24 Nov. 1831, Margaret, da. of Lieut.-Col. Richard 
Elmhirst of Ashby Grove, co. Line, d. 2 Feb. 1881 ; and had issue Id to 6d. 

Id. Edward Hassard Short, now (D.P. 1 Jan. 1899) Hassard, J. P., co. Lincoln 
(Edlington Manor, Homcastle, co. Lincoln), b. 22 Aug. 1848; m. 11 Mar. 1873, 
Geraldine Rachel, da. of John Henry Blagrave of Calcot Park, co. Bucks, and 
Barrow Court, co. Somerset ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Hubert Edward Hassard, b. 15 Oct. 1877. 

2e. Digby Valentine Hassard, b- 14 Feb. 1879. 

2d. Algernon Lawson Hassard Short, late Lieut. Royal North Gloucestershire 
Militia, settled in North Carolina (350 West 115th Street, New York), b. 20 Feb. 
1852; m. 13 Jan. 1875, Ronth Elizabeth, da. of Col. John Luther Bridgers of 

[Nos. 38208 to 38233. 

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Taboro, N. Carolina, U.S.A. ; and has issue (with a son, Reginald Elmhirst Hassard 
Short, b. 17 Mar. 1878; d. 30 Nov. 1895) \e. 

It'. Katharine Routh Bridgers Hassard Short. 

3d. Caroline Mary Short, m. 23 July 1868, Charles Godfrey Bolarn, late 7th 
Royal Fusiliers (Dunchurch, near Rugby) ; and has issue le to be. 

\e. Rev. Cecil Edward Bolam, Rector of St. Mary Magdalene, Lincoln (Lincoln), 
b. 7 Mar. 1875 ; m. 18 Nov. 1902, Beatrice Helen, da. of James Rhodes of Rother- 
ham, co. York ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Joyce Helen Bolam. 

2e. Mabel Marian Bolam, m. 26 June 1901, John Edmonds, Land Agent (The 
Manor House, Islip, Thrapston); and has issue 1/. 

If. Winifred Mary Edmonds. 

3e. Katharine Mary Bolam, unm. 

ie. Muriel Agnes Bolam, m. 6 Ap. 1899, the Rev. Sydney Sparks Herington, 
M.A., Rector of Heydour (Heydour Rectory, near Grantham). 

be. Beatrice Margaret Bolam, m. 24 Jan. 1907, the Rev. Robert Harvey Baldwin 
Crosthwaite, M.A., Rector of Calthorpe (Callhorpe Rectory, near Rugby). 

id. Frances Adela Short, m. Dec. 1879, Gen. Thomas Augustus Carey, Bengal 
Staff Corps, d.s.p. 23 May 1892. 

bd. Katharine Jane Hassard Short, b. 26 Dec. 184- ; d. 16 Feb. 1902; m. 
22 Oct. 1877, the Rev. Edwin Thomas James Marriner, BA. (Camb.) (The Pollards, 
Thurlow Hill, Torquay) ; and had issue \e. 

le. Gwendolyn Marian Monlas Marriner. 

Gd. Gertrude Elmhirst Short, now (D.P. 1 Jan. 1899) Hassard. 

2c. Rev. Henry Short, afterwards Hassard,b. 21 Mar. 1812 ; d. 30 Jan. 1885; 
m. 1842, Lucy, da. of the Rev. John Martin Butt, M.A., d. 17 May 1898; and had 
issue Id to id. 

Id. Henry Hassard Hassard, b. 21 Feb. 1844 ; m. 6 Nov. 1872, Elizabeth Anna, 
da. of Felix McKinnan ; and has issue. 

2d. Rev. Richard Samuel Hassard, M.A. (Oxon.), Sub-Dean and Canon of Truro 
Cathedral (Truro), b. 9 May 1848; m. 7 Ap. 1874, Edith, da. of John Costeker. 

3d. Lucy Alice Hassard, m. 1871, the Rev. William Mason, D.D., d. (-); and 
has issue. 

Ad. Emily Constance Hassard, m. 5 Nov. 1885, the Rev. Robert Thomas Shea, 
M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of Little Wakering (Little Wakering Vicarage, Southend). 

3c. William Short of Harrogate, M.D., b. 28 May 1813; d. 1 Nov. 1879; m. 
6 Aug. 1837, Isabella, da. of James Dixon of Cottingham Hall, co. York [and 
great-niece of the Rev. William Mason the Poet ] ; and had issue (with 2 sons d.s.p.) 
Id to 8d. 

Id. William James Short, b. 27 Aug. 1840 ; m. Emma, da. of (— ) Petley, d.s.p. 
13 Oct. 1868. 

2d. Frederick Hugh Short, Chief Clerk of the Crown Office, Royal Courts of 
Justice, late Capt. 3rd V.B. Royal West Kent Regt., b. 19 Mar. 1843; m. 8 Oct. 
1872, Maud Eliza, da. of John Downes of the City of London, Merchant, twice 
Master of the Salters' Company ; and has issue (with a son killed in action in South 
Africa 25 June 1900) le to 2e. 

le. Rev. Frederick Winning Hassard-Short, M.A. (Ch. Coll., Camb.), Vicar of 
St. Albans, Dartford (99 East Hill, Dartford, Kent), b. 5 Aug. 1873. 

le. Adrian Hugh Short, late Midshipman R.N., Associate King's Bench Div. 
1900-1908, now Court of Criminal Appeal, Royal Courts of Justice, b. 3 Aug. 1879 ; 
m. 21 Sept. 1908, Millicent Eliza, da. of Capt. Thomas Renouf of Jersey. 

3d. Charles Mason Short, settled in South America, b. 6 Mar. 1848 ; m. Mary, 
da. of ( — ) Irwin. 

4d. John Locke Broadbent Short, Crown Office, b. 8 Oct. 1853 ; m. 5 July 1881, 

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Edith Constance, da. of John James Harrison, J. P., D.L., Col. 3rd West Yorkshire 
Militia, now 5th Batt. West Yorkshire Regt., a Col. 1st West Yorkshire Rifle Vol. : 
and has issue le to 6e. 

le. William Hassard Short, b. 18 May 1886. 

2e. James Hassard Short, b. 2 June 1887. 

3e. John Hassard Short, b. 23 Feb. 1889. 

ie. May Short. 

5e. Violet Short. 

&e, Daisy Blanche Short. 

5d. Frances Marion Short, m. George Moncrieff Govan, M.D., Brigade Surgeon 
(ret.) Indian Medical Service ; and has issue (with a da. d.s.p.) le to 6t'. 

le. Rev. George William Govan, Rector of Wittycombe (Wittvcombe Rectory, 
Carhampton, Taunt >n), b. 9 Aug. 1861; m. 14 June 1892, Annie, da. of John 
Rowland Howells of Cardiff ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Eileen Frances Govan, b. 18 Oct. 1897. 

2e. Henry Maitland Govan. 

3e. Douglas Moncrieff Govan, Lieut. Indian Army, b. 5 Oct. 1875. 

ie. Ethel Mary Govan, m. Major John Lampen, Indian Army. 

5e. Anne Maud Govan. 

6e. Frances Eleanor Govan, m. Major Lewis Gordon Fisher, Indian Medical 
Service [son of William Lewis Ferdinand Fisher, Professor of Natural Philosophy 
and Mathematics, St. Andrews] ; and has issue 1/ to 5/. 

If. Edith Fischer. 

2/. Nora Margaret Fischer. 

3/. Effie Govan Fischer. 

if. Dorothy Tweedie Fischer. 

5/. Mary Eleanor Fischer. 

6d. Louisa Anne Short, m. 29 Mar. 1864, William Williams, M.R.C.S., L.S.A., 
of Redcar, Yorks, d. 2 May 1872 ; and has issue le to 6e. 

le. Edward Frederick Maitland Williams, b. 26 Feb. 1865 ; m. in Canada, Ada, 
da. of ( — ) Hancock ; and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Guy Williams, b. 1 Feb. 1899. 

2/. Francis William Williams. 

3/. Gwendoline Williams. 

if. Violet Louise Williams. 

2e. Isabella Williams. 

3e. Louisa Williams. 

ie. Juliana Katherine Williams. 

be. Gwladys Williams. 

6e. Gwendoline Williams. 

Id. Annie Harriette Short, d. (-) ; m. Capt. Frederick Mills Harris, Indian 
Staff Corps ; and had issue le to 'le. 

le. Maud Harris, m. Henry Swayne. 
2e. Anne Harris, m. Capt. Rooke, R.E. 

8d- Eleanor Theresa Short, m. 10 May 1879, Capt. Charles German Alison, late 
91st Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, late Chief Constable of Somerset; and has 
issue (with 3 das. d. young) le to 5d. 

le. Charles Hugh Alison, b. 5 Mar. 1883. 

2e. Roger Vincent Alison, Lieut. R.N., b. 22 Jan. 1885. 

2>e. Geoffrey Richard Alison, b. 14 Ap. 1886. 

ie. Laughton Hassard Alison, b. 19 Ap. 1890. 

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4c. Mary Anne Short, d. (-); m. 20 Nov. 1832, William Blanshard, M.A., 
Bar.-at-Law, Recorder of Doncaster, Chairman of Quarter Sessions, d. Nov. 1872; 
and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Henry Edward Blanshard, b. 12 May 1846. 

2d. Caroline Margarette Blanshard, m. William Crawford, Bar.-at-Law. 

3d. Edith Blanshard. 

id. Florence Jane Blanshard. 

5c. Lucy Short, d. (-) ; m. Frederick Richard Lucas of Louth, co. Lincoln. 

6c. Jane Hassard Short, d. 9 Feb. 1852 ; m. Dec. 1839, William Garfit of Boston, 
co. Line, b. Feb. 1810 ; d. 2 Sept. 1875 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. William Garfit of West Skirbeck House, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Lincoln 
1892, M.P. for Boston 1895-1906, and formerly Capt. 2nd Batt. Lincolnshire R.V. 
{West Skirbeck House, Boston ; 7 Chesham Place, S.W. ; Carlton, &:.). b. 9 Nov. 
1840; m. 28 May 1868, Mary Krause, da. of Conolly Norman of Fahan House, co. 
Donegal ; and has issue le. 

le. Frances Mary Garfit, m. 9 Feb. 1892, Graham Lionel John Wilson of The 
Grove, M.A. (Oxon.), Bar.-at-Law, Capt. 4th Batt. North Staffordshire Regt. ( The 
Grove, Market Drayton) ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Lionel Garfit Wilson, b. 6 Nov. 1896. 

2d. Arthur Garfit, b. 23 Sept, 1847 ; m. 7 Aug. 1883, Frances, da. of E. Downe ; 
and has issue le. 

le. Stella Frances Garfit, b. 16 Mar. 1890. 

3d. Marianne Garfit. 

id. Mary Louisa Garfit. 

7c. Maria Louisa Short, d. (-) ; m. 5 Aug. 1856, Edgar John Meynell of Kil- 
vington Hall, co. York, J. P., Judge of Durham County Court and Recorder of 
Doncaster [descended from Anne, Duchess of Exeter], d. 15 Jan. 1901 ; and had 
See the Exeter Volume, p. 337, Nos. 24536-24543. 

ia. Margaret Raper, d. (-) ; m. (- ) Franks of Misterton, co. Leic. 

[Nos. 38294 to 38312. 

136. Descendants, if any, of Jane Lamplugh (Table XV.), d. (-); 

m. Samuel Fawson of York, Merchant. 

137. Descendants, if any, of Cordelia Chaloner (Table XV.), 

d. (-); m. at St. Olave's, York, 4 May 1732, Richard 
Graham of Whitewell, co. York [3rd son of Sir Reginald 
Graham of Norton Conyers, 2nd Jit. [E. 1662]]. 

138. Descendants, if any, of Mary Foulis (Table XV.), d. (-); m. 

William Turner of Stainsby. 

139. Descendants of Mary Foulis (Table XV.), bur. (apparently) 

19 Aug. 1694; m. as 2nd wife (contract dated July) 1660, 
Robert Shafto of Benwell Tower, Northumberland, bapt. 
30 May 1626 ; J.v.p. 8 Nov. 1668 ; and had issue la to 4a. 1 

la. Robert Shafto of Benwell Tower, High Sheriff co. Northbd. 1696, bapt. 
10 Mar. 1664; d. 1714, shortly after 14 Mar. ; m. Dorothy, da. and (1700) co-h. of 
Sir Thomas Heselrigge, 3rd Bt. [£.], d. after 1715 ; and had issue lb to 2b. 

1 Surtees' " Durham," 1823, iii. 296. 

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lb. Robert Shafio of Benwell Tower, High Sheriff 1718 ; d. 3 Nov. 1735; m. 
1715, Mary, da. and event, sole h. of Ralph Jenison of Elswick ; and had issue {with 
a 2nd son, Jenison, who d.s.p. 1771) \c to 2c. 

If. Robert Shafto of Benwell, co. Northbd., and W ratting Park, co. Catnb., High 
Sheiiff co. Northbd. 1754, d. 18 June 1780 ; m. 14 Ap. 1752, Camilla, da. and co-h. 
of Thomas Allan of the Flatts, Chester-le-Street, bur. 19 June 1782 ; and had issue 
(with 2 sons who d.s.p.) Id. 

Id. Camilla Shafto of Benwell, da. and (30 Aug. 1781) h., bapt. 14 Feb. 1756 ; 
liv. 1822; m. 23 Sept. 1784, Hugh, otherwise William, Adair, Capt. 25th Regt.,hv. 
1822 ; and had issue then le to 3e. 

le. Robert Shafto Adair, b. 26 June 1786. 

2e. William Adair. 

3e. Alexander Adair. 

2c. Thomas Shafto, 3rd son. 

2b. Dorothy Shafto, mentioned in father's will 14 Mar. 1714. 

2a. Henry Shafto, Bar.-at-Law, bapt. 13 Mar. 16G6; bur. (?s.p.) 3 Feb. 1711. 

3a. Jane Shafto, bapt. 5 Feb. 1663 ; execuhr to will of her uncle, Mark Shaftc, 
19 Oct. 1700, and then wife of James Sanderson of Durham, Clerk. 

4(7. Mary Shafto, mentioned in father's will 2 Nov. 1668. 

140. Descendants of Sir John Eden of West Auckland, 4th Bt. [E.], 
M.P. (Table XVI.), b. 1G Sept. 1740; d. 23 Aug. 1812; m. 
2ndly, 9 Ap. 1767, Dorothea, da. and h. of Peter Johnson, 
Recorder of Durham, d. 21 June 1792 ; and had issue la to 7a. 

la. Sir Robert Eden, afterwards (R.L. 15 Feb. 1811) Johnson-Eden, 5th Bt. 
[£.], b. 25 Oct. 1774 ; d. unm. 4 Sept. 1844. 

2a. Morton John Eden, afterwards (R.L. 26 Oct. 1812) Davidson-Eden, of 
Beamish Park, b. 30 June 1778 ; d. unm. 28 June 1841. 

3a. Dorothea Eden, da. and in her issue (1844) co-h., d. 1830; m. 1st, 22 June 
1790, Henry Mcthold, Capt. Durham Fencible Cav. 1798, d. May 1799; 2ndly, 
Gen. Darnel Seddon ; and had issue (with 3 other sons wJw also d.s.p. and a da. who 
presumably did the same) lb. 

lb. John Methold, afterwards (R.L. 25 Sept. 1844) Eden, of Beamish Park, co. 
Durham, d. unm. 1885. 

4a. Catherine Eden, da. and co-h., b. c. 1770; d. 19 Mar. 1872 in her lQ2nd 
year ; in. Nov. 1803, Robert Eden Duncombe Shafto of Whitworth Park, co. Durham, 
M.P., b. 23 Mar. 1776 ; d. 17 Jan. 1848 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 308-310, Xos. 19416-19495. 

5a. Emmeline Eden, da. and co-h., d. 21 July 1850; m. as 2nd wife, 9 Nov. 
1809, Thomas Northmore of Cleve, M.A., F.R.S. (see p. 52), d. May 1851 ; and had 
issue lb to lb. 

lb. Emmeline Eden Northmore, d. (? unm.). 

2b. Charlotte Osgood Northmore, d. (-) ; m. 4 Aug. 1835, Capt. John Whitlock, 
Madras Army, d. 27 May 1849 ; and had issue. 

3b. Cornelia Risdon Northmore, d. 21 Aug. 1870; m. 8 May 1857, Benjamin 
Jones of Llanelly ; and had issue. 

4b. Adelina Johnson Northmore, d. (? unm.). 

5b. Caroline Amelia Brunswick Northmore, for whom Queen Caroline was 
Sponsor, d. (-); m. 17 Mar. 1847, Capt. George Longworth Dames, 66th Regt., 
d. 20 Mar. 1860 ; and had issue. 

6b. Elfrida St. Aubyn Northmore. 

7b. Gertrude Johnes Northmore. [Nus. 38313 to 38392. 

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6a. Eleanor Eden, da. and co-h., d. at Bruges 22 Nov. 1864; m. 1813, the Rev. 
Thomas Furness Wilson of Burley Hall, co. York ; and had issue. 

la. Charlotte Eden, da. and co-h., d. (-) ; m. 1816, Robert Kaye Greville of 
Wyaston and Edinburgh, LL.D., d. 4 June 1866 ; and had issue. 

See p. 220, Nos. 37978-37981. [Nos. 38393 to 38896. 

141. Descendants of Sir Robert Eden, 1st Bt. [G.B.], so cr. 19 Oct. 
1776, Governor of Maryland (Table XVI.), b. c. 1741; d. 
2 Sept. 1784; m. 26 Ap. 1763, the Hon. Caroline, sister 
and h. of Frederick (Calvert), 7th Baron Baltimore [I.], da. 
of Charles, 6th Baron Baltimore [1.], <l. c. 1803 ; and had issue 
la to 3a. 

lrt. Sir Robert Morton Eden, 2nd Bt. [G.B.], b. c. 1767 ; d. 14 Nov. 1909; m. 
10 fan. 1792, Anne, da. and h. of James Paul Smith, of New Bond Street, d. 
14 July 1808 ; and had issue lb to lb. 

lb. Sir Frederick Eden, 3rd Bt. [G.B.], killed, num., at New Orleans, 24 Dec. 

26. Sir William Eden, i/h Bt., of Maryland [G.B.], and (1844) 6th Bt. of West 
Auckland [£.], b. 31 Jan. 1803 ; d. 20 Oct. 1873 ; m. 23 Ap. 1844, Elfrida Susanna 
Harriet, da. of Col. William Iremonger of Wherwcll Priory, co. Hants, d. 8 July 
1882 ; and had issue \c to 4c. 

\c. Sir William Eden, 7th lit. [E.], and 4th Bt. [G.B.], J. P., D.L., Hon. Col. 
6th Batfc. Durham L.I. (Windleslone, Fcrryhill, co. Durham; 12b Waterloo Place, 
S.W.), b. 4 Ap. 1849; m. 20 July 1886, Sybil Frances, da. of Sir William Grey, 
K. C.S.I. [E. Grey Coll.] ; and has issue \d to 5d. 

Id. John Eden, b. 9 Oct. 1888. 

2d. Timothy Calvert Eden, b. 3 May 1893. 

3d. Robert Anthony Eden, b. 12 June 1897. 

Ad. William Nicholas Eden, b. 14 Mar. 1900. 

5d. Elfrida Marjorie Eden, b. 5 June 1887; m. 29 Ap. 1909, Leopold Guy Francis 
Maynard Greville, Lord Brooke, M.V.O. [son and h.-app. of Francis Richard Charles 
Guy, 5th Earl of Warwick [G.B.], and a descendant of King Henry VII. (see the 
Tudor Roll, pp. 196-335)] {Warwick Castle, Warwick). 

2c. Morton Eden, b. 25 June 1S59 ; d. 31 Mar. 1909; m. 1894, (— ), whom he 
divorced 1896. 

3c. Helen Eden, d. 26 May 1878 ; m. as 1st wife, 12 Aug. 1871, Capl. William 
St. Lo Malet, 8th Hussars [Bt. of Wilbury [G.B. 1791] Coll., also a descendant of 
King Edward III. through the Mortimer-Percy marriage (see Part II.)], b. 20 Nov. 
1843 ; d. 26 Aug. 1885 ; and had issue Id to M. 

Id. Sir Edward St. Lo Malet, 5th Bt. [G.B.], &c. (34 Corso d' Italia, Rome), 
b. 14 Sept. 1872; m. 12 Nov. 1901, Louise Michelle, da. of Phillibert Dubois; and 
has issue le. 

le. Charles St. Lo Malet, b. at Rome 1 Nov. 1906. 

2d. Henry Charles Malet, Capt. 8th Hussars, formerly Cape Mounted Rifles, 
served in South Africa 1899-1902, Queen's Medal and 4 Clasps, King's Medal and 2 
Clasps, b. 21 Sept. 1873 ; m. 1 Feb. 1906, Mildred Laura Lambert, da. of Capt. H. 
Stephen Swiney of Gensing House, St. Leonard's-on-Sea ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Edward William St. Lo Malet, b. 28 Nov. 1908. 

2e. Ermyntrude Virginia St. Lo Malet. 

3d. Elfrida St. Lo Malet, m. 1898, Capt. Richard John Carey Oakes, Royal 
Garrison Regt. ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Elfrida Avice May Oakes. 

2e. Marguerite Julia Oakes. [Nos. 38397 to 38410, 


of %\)t Blooti mopal 

id. Helen Avice Harriet Malet (Draham, Ray Park Avenue, Maidenhead). 

5d. Hilda Mary Jeanne Malet, in. 3 Ap. 1900, Farquhar Celynin Lloyd [a 
descendant of Joan of Acre, da. of King Edward I. 1 ] (Marelands Court, Southwatcr, 
near Horsham ; Yewlands, Crofton, Vancouver Island) ; and has issue \e to 2c. 

\e. Richard Llewellyn Lloyd, b. 1 Jan. 1901. 

2e. Stella Hilda Emily Lloyd, b. 26 Mar. 1908. 

4c. Edith Eden, m. 1st, as 3rd wife, 20 July 1875, William George (Eden), 4th 
Baron Auckland [I. and G. B.], d. 27 Feb. 1890 ; 2ndly, 10 June 1897, Philip Symons 
(Stonepilt Grange, Seal, Sevenoaks). 

2>b. Right Rev. Robert. Eden, D.D., Lord Bishop of Moray and Ross, Primus of 
Scotland, b. 2 Sept. 1804; d. 26 Aug. 1886; m. 17 Sept. 1827, Emma, da. of Sir 
James Allan Park, a Justice of the Common Pleas, d. 24 Nov. 1880 : and had issue 
If to 9c. 

lc Frederick Morton Eden, Bar. Lincoln's Inn, formerly Fellow of All 
Souls Coll., Oxford, and Capt. Oxford Militia (63 Warwick Road,S.W.), b. 1 Nov. 
1829; m. 1st, 23 May 1857, Louisa Ann (see p. 274), da. of Vice-Adm. Hyde 
Parker, O.B., d. 9 Mar. 1868 ; 2ndly, 4 Oct. 1870, Fanny Helen, da. of Edward 
Pomeroy Barrett-Lennard [Bt. Coll.] ; and has issue Id to 6d. 

Id. Morton Eden, b. 8 Sept. 1859. 

2d. Frederick Charles Eden, h. 6 Mar. 1864. 

3d. Rowland Frederick Eden (18 Abingdon Villas, Kensington, IF.), b. 17 Aug. 
1874 ; m. 1899, Marie Bernadette Anita, da. of Col. Henry George Saunders, Indian 
Army ; and has issue \e. 

If. Frederick Augustus Morton Eden, b. 1 May 1904. 

id. Algernon Graham Eden, served in South Africa (Medals) 1901-02,6. 1877. 

5d. 1 Alice Eden, unm. 

6d. 2 Dorothy lone Helen Eden, ;;;. 1 Jan. 1902, Arthur Dalrymple Forbes- 
Gordon, late 20th Hussars [B. Sempill Coll.] (Langlea, co. Roxburgh). 

2c. Henley Eden {Woodstock, Ascot), b. 8 Mar. 1S38; m. 15 Ap. 1871, Amy 
Frances [descended from King Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, p. 169)], da. of Lord 
Charles Lennox Kerr [M. of Lothian Coll.] ; and has issue \d to 2d. 

Id. Schomberg Henley Eden, Capt. 1st Batt. Black Watch, served in South 
Africa, Queen's Medal and 4 Clasps, b. 18 Mar. 1873. 

2d. Charles W r illiam Guy Eden, Colonial C.S., b. 20 June 1874. 

3c. Rev. Robert Allan Eden, M.A. (Oxon.), Vicar of Old St. Pancras (58 Oakley 
Square, N.W.), b. 27 Dec. 1839 ; unm. 

Ac. William Alexander Eden, Col. R.A. (ret.) (Ower Cottage, Fawley, Hants), 
b. 16 June 1843 ; m. 18 July 1885, Giovauna Anna Malvina, widow of Col. Macbean 
of Tomatin, da. of ( — ), s.p. 

5f. Lucy Eden, d. (-) ; m. 12 June 1849, the Rev. Herbert Samuel Hawkins, 
Rector of Beyton, d. 1893 ; and had issue Id to 6d. 

Id. Edward Robert Hawkins, b. 6 May 1850; m. 1888, Katie Clyde, da. of 
Capt. Edward Barkley, R.N. 

2d, Herbert Eden Hawkins, b. 15 May 1852. 

3</. Charles Henley Hawkins, b. 21 Aug. 1854. 

id. Mabel Ellen Hawkins. 

5d. Margaret Mary Hawkins. 

Qd. Gertrude Lucy Hawkins. 

6f. Caroline Eden (87 Great King Street, Edinburgh), m. 11 Sept. 1851, Col. 
Arthur A'Court Fisher, C.B., R.E., d. 2 Nov. 1879 ; and has issue Id to 0>d. 

Id. Arthur William Fisher, b. 23 Sept. 1852. 

2d. Charles Sidney Dalton Fisher, Capt. formerly 2nd Batt. Midx. Regt., served 
in South Africa, Queen's and King's Medals and 8 Clasps, mentioned in Despatches, 
b. 20 Mar. 1866. [Nos. 38411 to 38437. 

1 See Foster's " Noble and Gentle Families, &c," p. 146. 

%\)t iMantagenet Boll 

3d. Frederick A'Oourt Fisher, b. 1 Dec. 1873; m. 1902, Emma Lucy Athela, 
da. of the Rev. John Edward Alexander Inge, M.A., Rector of Gayton. 

id. Alice Elizabeth Fisher (15 Walker Street, Edinburgh), m. 19 Aug. 1879, 
James Allan Park, 42nd (Black Watch) Royal Highlanders, b. 20 Aug. 1853; d. 
from wounds received at Tel-el-Kebir 1882; and has issue (with a da. d. young) le. 

le. Florence Ida Allan Park. 

5d. Annie Caroline Ann Fisher, m. 17 Nov. 1887, William Macbean ; and has 
issue le to 4 c. 

\e. Ronald Eden Macbean, b. 19 July 1890. 
2e. Ian Gordon Macbean, b. 24 Feb. 1892. 
3c. Aileen Clelia Macbean. 
4c. Muriel Jean Macbean. 
6<f. Ethel Mary Fisher. 

7c. Alice Eden, d. 24 Nov. 1894 ; m. 5 Dec. 1857, the Right Hon. George Ward 
Hunt, P.C., M.P. [descended from the Lady Isabel Plantagenet], d. 29 July 1877; 
and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, p. 123, Nos. 15690-15702. 

8c. Emma Selina Eden, d. ( - ) ; m. 8 June 1861, the Rev. Dacres Olivier, 
Rector of Wilton and Canon of Salisbury, d. 12 Sept. 1908 ; and had issue Id to lOd. 

Id. George Herbert Olivier, b. 1863; d. (? s.p.) Nov. 1893. 

2d. Rev. Henry Eden Olivier, M.A. (Oxon.), Vicar of St. James', Croydon 
(St. James' Vicarage, Croydon), b. 1866 ; m. 2 July 1895, Gertrude Isabella [de- 
scended from the Lady Anne, sister to King Edward IV., &c. (see Exeter Volume, 
p. 173), da. of the Rev. Canon Edward Capel Cure, M.A., Rector of St. George's, 
Hanover Square; and has issue le to 3c. 

le. Jasper George Olivier, b. 20 Ap. 1896. 

2c. Arthur Eden Olivier, b. 6 July 1898. 

3c. Martin John Olivier, b. 20 Feb. 1900. 

3d. Alfred C. S. Olivier, b. 1867 ; m. 1900, Fanny Mary (Mrs. Bernard Beere), 
widow of Capt. Edward Cholineley Dering [s. and h. app. of Sir Edward Cholmeley 
Dering, 8th Bt.], da. of Francis Welby Whitehead. 

id. Arthur Frank Olivier, b. 1868. 

bd. Sidney Richard Olivier, Comm. R.N., b. 1870; m. 1897, Etheldred Mary, 
da. of Capt. Henry John Hodgson, R.N. ; and has issue lc to 5c. 

lc. Reginald Henry Dacres Olivier, b. 1899. 

2c. Sidney John Olivier (twin), b. 1905. 

3c. Joan Etheldred Olivier. 

4c. Lilian Rosemary Olivier. 

5c. Gillian Emma Olivier (twin). 

6d. Reginald Ernest Olivier, b. 1871. 

Id. Robert Harold Olivier, Capt. 2nd Batt. Duke of Cornwall's L.I., served in 
South Africa 1899-1902, 2 Medals and 6 Clasps, b. 1879. 

8d. Mary Olivier, m. Jan. 1895, Comm. Charles James Collins, R.N., d. 12 Aug. 

9d. Edith Maud Olivier. 

lOd. Emma Mildred Olivier. 

9c. Mary Eden. 

46. George Morton Eden, Lieut-Gen. in the Army, b. 10 May 1806 ; d. at Berne 
11 Nov. 1862 ; m. 18 Jan. 1834, Louisa Anne, da. of George Robert Eyres, d. 5 Nov. 
1878 ; and had issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Morton Parker Eden, Lieut.-Col. R.A., b. 11 Mar. 1835 ; d. 18 Sept. 1880 ; 
m. 4 Ap. 1861, Georgina Louisa Helen, da. of Gen. H. Pester, R.A., d. 22 Ap. 1890 ; 
and hid issue Id to id. [Nos. 38438 to 38477. 


of CJ)e Blood mopal 

Id. Frederick Schomberg Eden, 6. 7 Mar. 1872. 

2d. Beatrice Caroline Eden, m. 5 Oct. 1889, Charles Cockburn Talbot; and 
has issue le to 3e. 

le. Robert Charles Talbot, 6. 2 Dec. 1891. 

2e. John Angelo Talbot, 6. 12 May 1893. 

3e. Cecile lone Talbot. 

3d. Georgina Clarice Eden, m. 25 Sept. 1895, the Rev. William Henry Paine, 
M.A. (37 Westminster Palace Gardens, S.W.). 

Ad. Lilian Eden, m. 16 May 1895, Capt. William Nicolas McGachen, R.N. (ret.) 
(see p. 417) ; and has issue le. 

le. Armine Nicolas Eden McGachen. 

2c. Charles Calvert Eden of Kingston Grange, H.B.M. Diplo. Ser., b. 5 Nov. 
1837 ; d. 10 Mar. 1878 ; m. 16 Dec. 1862, the Baroness Cecile {The Grange, Kings- 
ton, Somerset), da. of ( — ) Baron do Senner, of Merchligen, Switzerland; and had 
issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Morton Frederic Eden, 6. 16 June 1865. 

2d. Evelyn Louisa Cecile Eden. 

3d. Violet Cecile Eden, m. 30 Aug. 1899, Capt, Arthur Street, A.S.C. ; and has 
issue le. 

le. John Noel Eden Street, b. 1902. 

3c. Fanny Evelyn Mary Eden (Hillside, Kingston, Taunton). 

5b. Sir Charles Eden, K.C.B., Vice-Adm. R.N., b. 3 July 1808; d.s.p. 7 Mar. 

66. Marianne Eden, d. 13 May 1859; m. Nov. 1812, Francis Mallet Sponge, 
d. (?s.p.),4/>. 1857. 

76. Caroline Eden, d. 10 Nov. 1854; m. 11 July 1821, Vice-Adm. Hyde 
Parker, C.B., Senior Naval Lord of the Admiralty [Bt. (1681) Coll.], d. 26 May 
1854 ; and had issue le to Ac. 

le. Sir William Parker, 9th Bt. [£.], Capt. Uth Regt., D.L., b. 2 Sept. 1826; 
d. 24 May 1891 ; m. 22 Nov. 1855, Sophia Mary, da. of Nathaniel Clarke Barnar- 
diston of The Ryes, Sudbury, d. 16 May 1903 ; and had issue Id to lOd. 

Id. Rev. Sir William Hyde Parker, 10th Bt. [E.], Lord of the Manor of Long 
Melford, M.A. (Camb.), J. P., C.A., formerly Chaplain to the Bishop of Barbados 
(Melford Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk), b. 8 Ap. 1863; m. 18 Nov. 1890, Ethel, da, 
of John Leech of Gorse Hall, Dukinfield ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. William Stephen Hyde Parker, 6. 23 Jan. 1892. 

2e. Harry Hyde Parker, 6. 17 Feb. 1905. 

3e. Mary Stephanie Hyde Parker. 

2d. Edmond Hyde Parker, Capt. R.N., Flag Capt. at Portsmouth, 6. 30 Jan. 
1868; m. 1908, Helen Margaret, da. of the Rev. George Raymond Portal, M.A., 
Canon of Winchester. 

3d. Laurence Hyde Parker (Smeatham Hall, Buhner, Sudbury, Suffolk), 6. 
23 Oct. 1870; m. 19 Ap. 1906, Ada Letitia Moor, da. of Joseph Alphonsus Horsford 
of Long Melford, M.R.C.S. ; and has issue It' to 2e. 

le. Mary Hyde Parker, 6. 19 Mar. 1908. 

2e. Dorothy Bridget Hyde Parker, 6. 6 Mar. 1909. 

Ad. John Barnardiston Parker, 4th Class Medjidie, 6. 7 Ap. 1879; m. 31 Jan. 
1906, Dora Katherine, da. of Canon Bromley of Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

5d. Anne Hyde Parker, m. 29 Ap. 1886, Col. Arthur Staniforth Hext, formerly 
Suffolk Regt. (Trenarren, St. Austell, Cornwall) ; and has issue le to Ae. 

le. Rhoda Marjorie Hext. 

2e. Sybil Mary Hext. 

3e. Margaret Hext I ,. . v 

Ae. Amy Hext f (twins). ^ os _ 3g478 to 38504 _ 


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6d. Margaret Hyde Parker, m. (her cousin) 15 Feb. 1881, George Eden Hunt 
of Wadenhoe House, co. Northants [son of the Right Hon. George Ward Hunt (see 
above)], d. 1892 ; and had issue. 

See p. 272, Nos. 38447-38449. 

Id. Sophia Hyde Parker. 

8d. Amy Hyde Parker. 

9d. Mary Hyde Parker, m. 25 Ap. 1889, Charles Arthur Abraham [son of 
Canon Abraham] (Spire Hollin House, Glossop, Derby) ; and has issue \e to 3c. 

\e. Christopher Charles Abraham, b. 1 June 1893. 

2c. Geoffrey Austen Abraham, b. 13 Feb. 1899. 

3e. Doris Mary Abraham. 

lOd. Dorothy Hyde Parker, m. 30 Dec. 1903, Hugh Wilfrid Sherlock [son of 
the Rev. Harry Sherlock of Bildeston] (5G West Park, Eltham, Kent) ; and has 
issue le. 

le. Hugh Sherlock, b. 1905. 

2c. Louisa Ann Parker, d. 9 Mar. 1868; m. 3 May 1857, Capt. Frederick 
Morton Eden ; and had issue. 

See p. 271, Nos. 38417-38418, and 38422. 

3c. Caroline Maria Parker, d. 11 Nov. 1890; m. 12 Ap. 1849, Col. John Home 
Purves, Equerry and Comptroller of the Household to H.R.H. the Duchess of Cam- 
bridge [Bt. (1G65) Coll.], d. 2 July 1867 ; and had issue Id to %d. 

Id. Charles Hyde Home Purves, D.L., b. 1850; d. 19 Feb. 1887; m. 26 June 
1877, Frances Mabel (Purves, Greenlaw, R.S.O.), da. of Clemen! Archer of Hill 
House, Midx. ; and had issue le to 2c. 

le. Sir John Home-Purves,liow (1894) Home-Purves-Hume-Campbell, of March- 
mont, 8th Bt. [S.], Capt. Lothians and Berwickshire Imp. Yeo., formerly Lieut. 2nd 
Life Guards (Marchmont, Greenlaw, S.O.), b. 9 Aug. 1879; m. 1 Oct. 1901, Emily 
Jane [descended from King Henry VII. (see the Tudor Roll, p. 166)], da. of the 
Rev. Robert Digby Ram, Preb. of St. Paul's ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Mabel Jane llome-Purves-Hume-Campbell. 

2/. Elsie Barbara Home-Purves-Hume-Campbell. 

2c. Alice Home Purves, m. 6 duly 1904, Major St. John Louis Hyde du Plat 
Taylor, D.S.O., Brig. -Major of a Territorial Force Inf. Brigade, formerly R.A. 
(Purves, Greenlaw) ; and has issue 1/. 

If. Frederica Mabel Joan du Plat Taylor. 

2d. Augusta Louisa Helen Purves 1 ,„„ ,,, TI . ,, r- r xr \ 

„, ., , „ T „ ,. -„ H39 Cheyne II alk, b.W.). 

3d. Alexandra Mary Caroline PurvesJ 

4c. Fanny Letitia Parker (Meaford, Ventnor, I.W.). 

2a. William Eden, Gen. in the Army, d.s.p.l. 1 

3a. [da.] Eden. 2 [Nos. 38505 to 38527. 

142. Descendants of William (Eden), 1st Baron Auckland [I., 
18 Nov. 1789] and 1st Baron Auckland of West Auckland 
[G.B., 22 May 1793], B.C. (Table XVI.), d. 28 May 1814; m. 
2G Sept. 1776, Eleanor, sister of Gilbert, 1st Earl of Minto 
[U.K.], da. of the Right Hon. Sir Gilbert Elliott, 3rd Bt. 
[S.], B.C., b. 1758 ; d. 18 May 1818 ; and had issue 1« to 6a. 

la. George (Eden), 2nd Baron [G.B. and L] and (21 Dec. 1839) Is* Earl of 
Auckland [U.K.], G.C.B., b. 25 Aug. 17S4 ; d. unm. 1 Jan. 1849. 

1 Foster's " Baronetage," 1880, p. 186. - Burke's " Peerage," 1907, p. 574. 


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2a. Robert John {Eden), 3rd Baron Auckland [G.B. and I.], Lord Bishop of 
Bath and Wells, D.L., b. 10 July 1799 ; d. 25 Ap. 1870; m. 15 Sept. 1825, Mary 
[descended from the Lady Isabel Plantagcnet], da. of Francis Edward Hurt of Alder- 
washy, d. 25 Nov. 1872 ; and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, pp. 360-361, Nos. 35186-35531. 

3a. Hon. Elizabeth Charlotte Eden, b. 21 Mar. 1780; d. 17 A p. 1847; m. 
31 Mar. 1800, Francis Godolphin (Osborne), 1st Baron Osborne [U.K.] ['2nd son of 
the 5th Duke of Leeds [£.], &c, descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G.], d. 
15 Feb. 1850; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 627-629, Nos. 28054-28117. 

4a. Hon. Caroline Eden, b. July 1781; d. 2 Mar. 1851; m. 17 June 1806, 
Arthur Vansittart of Shottesbrooke and Clewer, co. Berks, J. P., D.L., M.P. for 
Windsor 1804, Col. Berks Militia [of the old Dutch family of Van Sittart, who settled 
in England under Charles II.}, bapt. 28 Dec. 1775 ; d. 31 May 1829 ; and had issue 
(with 2 sons and a da. who d. unm.) \b to 106. 

lb. Arthur Vansittart of Shottesbrooke and Foot's Cray, J. P., Cornet 2nd Life 
Guards, b. 2 May 1807; d. 22 Ap. 1859; m. 26 May 1831, Diana Sara, da. of 
Gen. Sir John Gustavus Crosbie, G.C.H., d. Sept. 1881 ; and had issue (with 2 sons 
who d.s.p.) \c. 

\c. Rose Sophia Vansittart of Shottesbrooke, d. 8 Jan. 1892; m. 27 Nov. 1856, 
Oswald Augustus Smith of Hammerwood, co. Sussex, D.L., b. 21 Oct. 1826; d. 
24 Aug. 1902 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Basil Guy Oswald Smith of Shottesbrooke (Shottesbrooke Park, Berks; 
33 Grosvenor Street, W.), b. 28 Sept. 1861 ; m. 15 Nov. 1893, Rose Marguerite, da. 
of Charles Bruce Henry Somerset [D. of Beaufort Coll., and descended from George, 
Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 332)] ; and has issue le. 

le. Nancy Oswald Smith, b. 19 May 1896. 

2d. Eupert Oswald Smith, b. 29 Jan. 1864. 

3d. Maurice Oswald Smith, b. 3 Ap. 1866. 

2b. Robert Vansittart of Driffield, co. Berks, J. P., Lieut.-Col. Coldstream 
Guards and a Page of Honour to H.R.H. the Duchess of Gloucester and Edin- 
burgh, b. 24 Jan. 1811 ; d. 2 May 1872 ; m. 4 Nov. 1845, Elizabeth Harriet, da. of 
John Willes Fleming of Stoneham Park, M.P. , d. 3 A p. 1906; and had issue \c 
to 9c 

\c. Robert Arnold Vansittart of Foot's Cray, J. P., D.L., Lord of the Manors 
of Ruxley and North Cray, late Capt. 7th Dragoon Guards (Foot's Cray Place, 
Sidcup, Kent), b. 21 Oct. 1851 ; m. 30 July 1878, Alice, da. of Gilbert Jamt-s Blane 
of Foliejon Park, co. Berks ; and has issue Id to &d. 

Id. Robert Gilbert Vansittart, M.V.O., 3rd Sec. Diplo. Service, b. 20 June 

2d. Arnold Bexley Vansittart, b. 24 Sept. 1889. 

3d. Guy Nicholas Vansittart, b. 8 Sept. 1893. 

4d. Sibell Alice Vansittart. 

5d. Honoria Edith Vansittart. 

&d. Marjorie Marie Vansittart. 

2c. Catherine Caroline Vansittart, m. as 2nd wife, 14 Jan. 1869, Thomas 
Campbell, Cadet of Golgrain ; and has issue. 

3c. Fanny Vansittart, m. 26 Ap. 1866, Walter Long of Preshaw and The Holt, 
co. Hants, and Muchelney, co. Som., J. P., late 11th Regt. (The Holt, Bishop's 
Waltham, Hants) ; and has issue (with a son and 2 das. who d. young) Id to 6d. 

Id. Walter Vansittart Long, b. 27 Nov. 1868 ; m. 25 Ap. 1894, Mary Lilian, 
da. of Col. Philip Arthur Pleydell-Bouverie-Campbell-Wyndham of Dunoon [E. of 
Radnor Coll.]. 

2d. Ethel Fanny Long, m. 19 July 1892, Arthur Hildyard Robinson (The Mill 
House, Bishop's Waltham) ; and has issue. [Nos. 38528 to 38652. 

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3d. Katharine Teresa Long, m. 5 June 1895, Robert Eden Richardson, B.A. 
(Camb.) [3rd son of John Crow Richardson of Glanbrydan Park (see p. 278)] (More- 
stead House, Hants) ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Douglas Courtenay Richardson, b. 28 Dec. 1905. 

le. Katharine Doris Richardson, b- 6 Jan. 1900. 

3e. Maude Eden Richardson, b. 3 Oct. 1901. 

id. Mildred Bertha Long, m. 1 May 1900, Charles Hugh Finch (Costessy House, 

5d. Moena Louisa Long, limn. 

Qd. Evelyn Alice Long, m. 12 July 1904, Henri Ernst Arniand Delille. 

4c. Bertha Vansittart. 

5c. Edith Vansittart, m. 25 Aug. 1870, Robert Peel Wethered [5th son of Owen 
Wethered of Remmantz, J.P.], d. 2 Nov. 1873 ; s.p.s. 

Gc. Mary Emily Vansittart, m. 19 Jan. 1876, Henry Corry Fitzherbert, J. P. 
[4th son of Thomas Fitzherbert of Black Castle, J. P. , D.L.] (Milbrook, Queen's Co.) ; 
and has issue Id to Id. 

Id. Arnold Vesey Fitzherbert, b. 18 Mar. 1878. 

•2d. Edith Clare Fitzherbert, m. 8 July 1897, Arthur Mildmay Hall- Dare, 3rd 
son of Robert Westley Hall-Dare of Newtonberry, J. P., D.L. ; and has issue le 
to 'le. 

le. Derrick Arthur Hall-Dare, b. 4 Dec. 1900. 

2e. Irene Clare Hall-Dare. 

7c. Louisa Vansittart, m. the Rev. Alfred Cox. 

8c. Constance Mary Vansittart, m. Lieut. -Col. Charles Wigram Long, R.A., 
M.P. for Evesham 1906 [2nd son of the Ven. Archdeacon Charles Maitland Long] 
(Severn Bank, Severn Stoke, Wore. ; Carlton). 

9c. Evelyn Jane Vansittart, m. 4 Nov. 1882, Edward Strangways Neave [Bt. 
(1795) Coll.] (5 Warwick Road, Ealing) ; and has issue Id to Id. 

Id. Edward Arthur Neave, b. 2 Aug. 1883. 

Id. Gerald Vansittart Neave, b. 2 Oct. 1884. 

3d. Guy Morier Neave, b. 21 Oct. 1886. 

id. Digby Frank Neave, b. 25 May 1892. 

5d. Hugh Alexander Neave, b. 1 June 1893. 

6d. Eric Lloyd Strangways Neave, b. 1898. 

Id- Evelyn Henrica Neave. 

3b. William Vansittart of Brunswick Square, Brighton, H.E.I.C.S., D.L., M.P., 
Windsor, b. 2 May 1813; d. 15 Jan. 1876; m. 1st, 1 July 1839, Emily [descended 
from the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV., &c. (see Exeter Volume, p. 583)], 
da. of Gen. Rolert Leslie- Anstruther, d. on her passage home from India 25 May 
1844 ; 2ndly, 2 Dec. 1847, Henrietta, da. and co-h. of John Humphreys, d. 19 May 
1852 ; 3rdly, 6 Feb. 1866, Melanie [also descended from the Lady Anne (see Exeter- 
Volume, p. 235)], da. of Sir Richard Jenkins, G.C.B., M.P., &c. (re-m. Henry Pepys 
and), d. 1891 ; and had issue le to 4c. 

lc. William Henry Vansittart, b. 25 May 1844. 

2c. Charles Edward Bexley Vansittart, late Capt. Antrim Rifles, b. Dec. 1867; 
7)1. 28 July 1888, Constance Frances (who obtained a divorce 1904), da. of Sir Thomas 
Macdonald Miller, 4th Bt. [G.B.] ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Constance Hilda Maude Bexley Vansittart. 

2d. Melanie Bexley Vansittart. 

3c. 1 Emily Eden Vansittart, d. 27 May 1905; m. 1 Oct. 1861, George Palmer 
of Nazing Park, co. Essex, J. P., Bengal C.S., b. 12 Nov. 1828; d. 13 Sept. 1902; 
and had issue Id. 

Id. Emily Charlotte Palmer, d, 1891 ; m. 1889, Robert Francis Crawley 
[descended from George, Duke of Clarence (see Clarence Volume, p. 155)]; and had 
issue. [Nos. 3S653 to 38680. 


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4c 2 Caroline Betha Vansittart, m. 1st, '21 Nov. 1869, Reginald Wyniatt of 
Dymock, co. Gloucester, d. (-) ; 2ndly, 13 Sept. 1882, Horace Drummond Dean. 

46. George Nicholas Vansittart, b. June 1814; d. 12 May 1889; m. 1 June 
1852, Elizabeth Ann, da. and co-h. of James Mansfield of Midmar Castle, co. Aber- 
deen, d. 19 Nov. 1875 ; and had issue \c to 3c. 

\c. Arthur George Vansittart, H.B.M.'s Consul-Gen. at Port-au-Prince, formerly 
Diplo. Ser. (British Consulate, Port-au-Prince, Havti), b. 22 Nov. 1854. 

2c. Coleraine Nicholas Vansittart, late Lieut. Berks Militia, b. 3 Dec. 1860 ; 
m. 1886, Marie (who obtained a divorce 1896), da. of Gustave Vincent; and has 
issue Id to Id. 

Id. Francis de Mansfield Vansittart, 6. 10 Feb. 1891. 

2d. Violet Vansittart, b. 15 Aug. 1887. 

3c. Emily Christina Vansittart (36 Via Palestro, Rome). 

5b. Henrv Vansittart, Civil and Session Judge, H.E.I. C.S., b. 3 Nov. 1816; 
d. 13 Jan. 1896 ; m. Mary Amelia, da. of Capt. William Hugh Dobbie, R.N., 
d. 18 June 1886; and had issue 1c to 7c. 

Ic. Henry Vansittart, Bar.-at-Law, late Lieut. R.M.A. {Saharanpar, India), b- 
4 Aug. 1849 ; m. 1st, 19 Oct. 1878, Mary Virginia, da. of Francis Johnson Jessop of 
Derby, d. 1886 ; 2ndly, 1888, Ellen, da. of (— ) Dianopolis ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. 1 Amelia Mary Vansittart. 

2d? Ellen Vansittart. 

2c. Charles Vansittart, late a Clerk in the Finance Dept, India, b. 1 Jan. 1853 ; 
m. 24 Feb. 1881, Katherine Frances (see Part II.), da. of Lieut.-Gen. Charles 
Pollard; and has issue (with a son and da. who d. young) Id. 

Id. Dorothy Mary Vansittart. 

3c. Herbert Vansittart (9 Portland Avenue, Exmouth), b. 13 Ap. 1854; m. 
12 Dec. 1S93, Mary Agatha, da. of Adm. William Dobbie, R.N. ; and has issue (with 
a son d. young) Id to 2d. 

Id. Agatha Mary Vansittart, b. 10 Oct. 1895. 

2d. Hilda Florence Vansittart, b. 23 May 1908. 

4c. Eden Vansittart, Col. Indian Army (The Chalet, Bournemouth), b. 19 Ap. 
1856 ; m. 16 Dec. 1889, Ethel, da. of R. D. Spedding, I.C.S. ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Vera Mary Eden Vansittart. 

5c. Edith Vansittart, m. 26 Dec. 1868, Major-Gen. Newton Barton, Bengal 
Staff Corps (ret.) (5 Onslow House, South Kensington). 

6c. Florence Mary Vansittart, m. 24 Oct. 1871, Lieut.-Gen. John Mackie Stewart, 
Bengal Army [Cadet of Cairnsmore] (Carruchan, Dumfries ; Naval and Military) ; 
and has issue Id to id. 

Id. John Henry Keith Stewart, Capt. Indian Army, and D.A.A.G. India 
(Naval and Military), b. 31 Aug. 1872 ; m. 30 Sept. 1898, Frances Jane [descended 
from George, Duke of Clarence, KG., brother of King Edward IV., &c. (see 
Clarence Volume, p. 592)], da. of the Hon. George Augustus Hobart-Hampden [E. 
of Buckinghamshire Coll.] ; and has issue le to 2e. 

\e. Florence Edith Keith Stewart, b. 3 Sept. 1899. 

2c. Julia Constance Keith-Stewart, b. 24 Sept. 1903. 

2d. Patrick Alexander Vansittart Stewart, Capt. K.O. Scottish Borderers 
(Naval and Military), b. 29 June 1875. 

3d. James Montgomery Vansittart Stewart, Capt. 10th Gurkha Rifles, b. 12 July 

id. Herbert William Vansittart Stewart, Lieut. Royal Scots Fusiliers, b. 15 Aug. 

7c. Rosamond Vansittart, num. 

66. Rev. Charles Vansittart, M.A., Rector of Shottesbrooke, b. 8 Mar. 1820; d. 

[Nos. 38681 to 38705. 

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14 July 1878; m. 27 May 1845, Frances Rosalie, da. and co-h. of Hans Busk of 
Glenalder, co. Radnor, D.L., d. 10 May 1899 ; and had issue (with a da. who d, ttniu.) 
lcto Be. 

lc. Sidney Nicholas Vansittart, b. 10 Jan. 1847. 

2c. Arthur Vansittart, in the Pontifical Zouaves, has Medal and Mentana Cross, 
b. 3 Nov. 1849. 

3c. Cyril Bexley Vansittart, Chamberlain of the Cape and Sword to Popes 
Pius IX. and Leo XIII., b. 28 Aug. 1851 ; d. unm. at Rome 22 Jan. 1887. 

lb. Caroline Vansittart, d. 30 Sept. 1883; m. 9 July 1828, George Charles 
(Mostyn), 6lh Baron Vaux of Harrowden [E. 1523], who had that Baronv called 
out of abeyance in his favour 12 Mar. 1838 [descended from George, Duke of 
Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 421)], d. 28 Jan. 1883 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 421-422, Nos. 16289-16303. 

Sb. Charlotte Eleanor Vansittart, d. (-) ; m. as 2nd wife, 4 Aug. 1842, the Rev. 
Edward Serocold Pearcc-Serocold (R.L. 30 July 1842), previously Pearce, of Cherry- 
hinton, co. Camb., J -P., d. ( - ) ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Charlotte Pearce-Serocold, da. and co-h. of mother, m. 1866, the Ven. 
Hemming Robeson, Archdeacon of North Wilts. 

2c. Teresa Eden Pearce Serocold, da. and co-h. of mother, m. 1866, John Crow 
Richardson of Glanbrydan Park, co. Carmarthen, and Pant-y-Gwydir, co. Gla- 
morgan, J.P., D.L., Col. Comdg. 3rd Glamorgan Rifle Vol., d. 16 Nov. 1903; and 
has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Emnld Edward Richardson of Glanbrydan, &c., J. P., Capt. Royal Carmar- 
then Art. Mil., M.A. (Oxon.), b. 31 July 1869; d. 7 July 1909; m. 9 Feb. 1898, 
Irene Caroline, da. of Col. Ynyr Henry Burges of Parkanaur, co. Tyrone ; and had 
issue lc to 4c. 

lc. Ernald Wilbraham Richardson (Glanbrydan Park, Manordilo, Carmarthen ; 
Paiit-y-Gwydir, Swansea), b. 21 July 1900. 

2e. Llewellyn George Richardson, b. 1902. 

3c. John Crow Richardson, b. 4 Nov. 1905. 

4e. Rose Eirene Ynyr Stella Richardson. 

2d. Robert Eden Richard Richardson, P. A. (Camb.) (Morestead House, Hants), 
b. 18 Dec. 1872; m. 5 June 1895, Katharine Teresa, da. of Walter Long of 
Preshaw ; and has issue. 

See p. 276, Nos. 38654-38656. 

9b. Martha Louisa Vansittart, d. 1877 ; m. 4 Aug. 1841, William Chapman of 
South Hill, co. Westtneath, D.L. [3rd son of Sir Thomas Chapman, 2nd Bt. [I.] ], 
d. 25 Jan. 1889; and had issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Thomas Robert Tighe Chapman of South Hill, J. P., heir-presumptive to 
the Baronetcy, b. 6 Nov. 1846; m. 24 July 1873, Edith Sarah Hamilton, da. of 
George Augustus RochfortBoyd of Middleton Park, co. Westmeath, D.L. ; and 
has issue \d to id. 

Id. Eva Jane Louisa Chapman. 

2d. Rose Isabel Chapman. 

3d. Florence Lina Chapman. 

id. Mabel Cecile Chapman. 

2c. Francis Vansittart Chapman, J.P. (South Hill, Delvin, co. Westmeath), 
b. 9 Sept. 1849. 

3c. Caroline Margaret Chapman (Killua Castle, Clonmellon, co. Westmeath), 
m. 9 Jan. 1894, her cousin, Sir Montagu Richard Chapman, 5th Bt. [I.], d.s.p. 
22 Jan. 1907. 

106. Sophia Vansittart, d. (-) ; m. 7 Jan. 1841, Thomas Andrew Anstruther, 
Madras C.S. [Bt. of Balcaskie [S. 1694] Coll.], d. 14 Ap. 1876 ; and had issue 
(with'3 sons who-d.s.\>.) lc. [Nos. 38706 to 38739. 

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lc. Philip Robert Anstruther, Lieut.-Col. §tih Regt., b. 30 Jan. 1841 ; d. 
26 Dec. 1880; m. 12 Jan. 1875, Zaiia Mary (Balchrystie, Colinslurgh, Fife), da. 
of Sir Thomas Erskine oj Cambo, 2nd Bt. [U.K.] ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Philip George Anstruther of Thirdpart, Capt. 2nd Batt. Seaforth High- 
landers, served in South Africa, has Queen's and King's Medals and 4 Clasps, 
b. 25 Oct. 1875. 

2;/. Robert Abercrombie Anstruther, Capt. R.F.A., served in South Africa, 
has Queen's Medal with Clasps, b. 3 Aug. 1879. 

3d. Mary Rosamond Anstruther, m. 21 Nov. 1900, Edward Windsor Hussey 
of Scotney Castle, J. P., D.L., Bar.-at-Law (Scotney Castle, Lamberhurst). 

5a. Hon. Marv Louisa Eden, b. 14 Sept. 1788; d. 2 Dec. 1858; m. 26 June 
1806, Andrew Wedderburn, afterwards (R.L. 24 June 1814) Colville, d. (? s.p.) 3 Feb. 

6a. Hon. Mary Dulcibella Eden, b. 1 Sept. 1793 ; d. 20 Mar. 1862 ; m. 15 July 
1819, Charles Drummond [V. Strathallan [S.] Coll., and a descendant of King 
Henry VII., &c], d. 28 Aug. 1858 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 534-535, Nos. 35706-35742. [Nos. 38740 to 38779. 

143. Descendants of Thomas Eden of Wimbledon, Deputy- Auditor 
of Greenwich Hospital (Table XVI.), d. 1 May 1805 ; m. 
7 July 1783, Mariana, da. of Arthur Jones of Reigate Priory, 
co. Surrey ; and had issue la to 6a. 

la. Thomas Eden of The Bryn, co. Glamorgan, Sec. to Gov. of Ceylon, b. 
29 Nov. 1787; d. 4 Nov. 1845; m. 4 Jan. 1810, Frances Eliza, da. of the Hon. 
John Rodney [B. Rodney Coll.], d. 5 Jan. 1879 ; and had issue lb to 8b. 

lb. Rev. John Patrick Eden, Hon. Canon of Durham, b. 6 July 1813; d. 
6 May 1885 ; m. 3 May 1850, Catherine Frances, da. of Col. Henry Stobarl, d. 

11 Sept. 1898 ; and had issue lc to 9c. 

lc. John Henry Eden, Lieut.-Col. (ret.) H.M.'s Inspector of Constabulary, 
N. Dist., &c. (Bishoptou Grange, Ripon ; United Service), b. 10 May 1851; m. 

12 Oct. 1893, Lady Florence [descended from King Henry VII., &c. (see Tudor 
Roll, p. 259)], da. of Somerset Richard (Lowry-Corry), 4th Earl of Belmore [I.] ; 
and has issue Id to id. 

Id. Robert John Patrick Eden, b. 26 Ap. 1896. 

2d. George Wilfrid Eden, b. 13 Aug. 1903. 

3d. Christian Florence Eden. 

id. Norah Madeline Eden. 

2c. Arthur Francis Eden (Penlan, Swansea), b. 3 June 1852; m. 5 July 1882, 
Frances, da. of the Rev. Robert Springett, Vicar of Brafferton. 

3c. Right Rev. George Rodney Eden, D.D., 2nd Lord Bishop of Wakefield, 
formerly Bishop of Dcver 1890-1897 {Bishopgarth, Wakefield), b. 9 Sept. 1853; m. 
4 July 1889, Constance Margaret, da. of the Rev. Henry John Ellison, Hon. Canon 
of Canterbury and Chaplain-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria ; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. John Rodney Eden, b. 4 July 1892. 

2d. Gerald Balfour Eden, b. 12 Aug. 1896. 

3d. Margaret Agnes Eden. 

id. Dorothy Frances Eden. 

5d. Mary Catharine Eden. 

4c. Charles Hamilton Eden (Glyndderwen, Black Pyl, S.O., Glamorgan), b. 
2 Ap. 1855 ; m. 27 Jan. 1885, Caroline Sophia, da. of the Rev. Charles Henry Ford, 
Vicar of Bishopston ; and has issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Charles Henry Hamilton Eden, Royal Mil. Acad., Woolwich, b. 12 Mar. 1889. 

2d. Frances Catherine Eden. 

3d. Dulcibella Eden. [Nos. 38780 to 38795. 


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5c. Rev. Frederick Nugent Eden, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of Rusthall (Rusthall 
Vicarage, Tunbridge Wells), b. 3 Sept. 1857; mini. 

6c. Rev. Henry Culley Eden, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of Holy Innocents', Ham- 
mersmith (205 Goldhawk Road, W.), b. 4 Nov. 1858; unm. 

7c. Robert Gerald Rodney Eden (Rhvd-yr-Hclvg, Sketty, Glamorgan), b. 7 Jan. 
1860; m. 11 Ap. 1901, Elizabeth Anne, da. of the Right Rev. Thomas Bunbury, 
D.D., Lord Bishop of Limerick, Ardfort, and Aghadoe. 

8c. Frances Margaret Eden (Selwyn Croft, Cambridge), m. 27 June 1893, the 
Rev. Richard Appleton, Fellow of Trin. Coll. and 4th Master of Selwyn Coll., Camb., 
Hon. Canon of Durham, d. 1 Mar. 1909. 

9c. Mary Dulcibella Eden (Rusthall Vicarage, Tunbridge Wells). 

26. William Frederick Eden, Col. in the Army, b. 31 Aug. 1814; d. 14 Nov. 
1867; m. 1 Jan. 1838, Marie Sidonie, da. of Jean Isidor Delaselle, d. 1894; and 
had issue (with 2 elder sons who d.s.p.) lc. 

lc. Henry Hamilton Forbes Eden, Major Army Motor Reserve, formerly Hon. 
Lieut.-Col. 3rd Batt. Norfolk Regt., served in South Africa, has Queen's Medal and 
3 Clasps (Eden Lodge, Cromer ; Junior United Service, &c), b. 28 Oct. 1856; m. 
11 Dec. 1878, Emily Clara Charlotte, widow of S. Bedford Edwards, da. of (— ). 

3b. Louisa Frances Catherine Eden, d. 26 Nov. 1898; m. 26 May 1859, the 
Rev. John Robert Hall, Hon. Canon of Canterbury, Rector of Hunton, d. 1892 ; ani 
ha f issue lc. 

lc. Frances Caroline Hall. 

ib. Frances Marianne Eden, d. 25 Ap. 1862 ; m. as 1st wife, 18 June 1850, 
Rev. the Hon. Lewis William Denman, d. 6 May 1907 ; an I had issue. 
See p. 166, Nos. 17601-17606. 

5b. Sarah Frederica Eden, d. 4 Nov. 1903 ; m. Aug. 1841, Montagu Wilmot of 
Norton House, co. Glamorgan [Bt. of Osmaston [G.B.~\ Coll.], d. 8 Dec. 1880 ; and 
had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, pp. 135-136, Nos. 16037-16055. 

66. Caroline Elizabeth Eden, d. 11 Nov. 1872; m. as 1st wife, 28 Ap. 1859, 
Felix Hussey Webber (see p. 201), a Clerk in the House of Commons, d. 19 Ap. 
1905 ; and had issue lc to 4c. 

lc. Gerald Rodney Webber, b. 23 Feb. 1863; m. 24 Oct. 1889, Eiteuse, da. of 
Augustus Baylis ; and has issue \d to 2d. 

Id. Arthur Rodney Webber, b. 7 Sept. 1890. 

2d. Gladys Janthe Webber, b- 20 Sept. 1892. 

2c. Felix Arthur Webber, M.A., R.N., b. 15 Ap. 1866 ; d. unm. 17 July 1885. 

3c. Helen Kate Webber, mini. 

Ac. Caroline Grace Webber, m. 14 Jan. 1901, Henry Fenwick Haszard, Comm. 
R.N., d. 31 Mar. 1898 ; and has issue Id to Id. 

Id. Gerald Fenwick Haszard, b. 22 Oct. 1894. 

2d, Gladys Grace Haszard, b. 19 Feb. 1892. 

7b. Emily Georgiana Eden (The Bryn, Swansea). 

86. Mary Dulcibella Eden, d. 9 Ap. 1909; m. as 2nd wife, 17 July 1867. 
Captain Iltid Thomas of Glanmor, d. 2 Sept. 1889 ; and had issue lc to 4c. 

lc. Iltid Edward Thomas (Glanmor, Swansea), b. 1 July 1873. 

2c. Isabel de Winton Thomas, m. 24 Ap. 1896, Francis William Gilbertson 
(Glyn Teg, Pontardawe, Swansea) ; and has issue \d. 

Id. Mary Dulcibella Frances Gilbertson. 

3 c. Dulcibel Iltuta Thomas. 

4c. Amabel Charlotte Thomas, m. 23 Sept. 1902, Maurice Walter Henty; and 
has issue Id. 

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2a. John Eden, C.B., Gen. in the Army, b. 25 Mar. 1789 ; d. 6 Oct. 1874 ; m. 
1st, at Quebec, Aug. 1829, Anne, da. an / in her issue (13 Oct. 1858) co-/j. o/ Sir John 
Caldwell of Castle Caldwell, 5th Bt. [/.], d. at Montreal Nov. 1841 ; 2ndly, 4 /;<Zy 
1843, Charlotte Carse, da- of Edmund Saul Prentice of Armagh, d. (-) ; and had 
issue lb to 5b. 

lb. William Thomas Eden, Col. late Bombay 8.O., b. 23 Ap. 1838. 

2b. Frederick Morton Eden, Major late R.M.L.I., Egyptian Medal with Clasps 
and Bronze Star (Ivybridge, Devon), b. 28 Dec. 1847 ; m. 6 July 1881, Minnie Pitts, 
da. of Edward Allen of Stowford Lodge, Devon, J. P., s-p.s. 

3b. George Henry Eden, Lieut. R.N. (ret.) (The Gull, Boundary Road, West 
Worthing), b. 7 Oct. 1849; m. 1901, Miriam Sophia, da. of W. Farnham ; and has 
issue If. 

\c. Hugh Morton Eden, b. 1903. 

4&. Frances Charlotte Eden, m. 18 Sept. 1872, Montagu St. John Maule, B.A., 
S.C.L., Solicitor (Chapel House, Park Street, Bath) ; and has issue lc to 3c. 
lc. Henry Noel St. John Maule, b. 1873. 
2c. Walter John Maule, b. 1878. 
3c. Ethel Mary St. John Maule. 

56. Emily Elizabeth Eden, m. 3 Sept. 1874, Ernest Wallace Rooke, Solicitor 
(Stratton House, Bath). 

3a. Arthur Eden, Assist. Comptroller of the Exchequer, b. 9 Aug. 1793 ; d. 1874 ; 
m. 1824, Frances, widow of William Baring [Bt. Coll.], sister of Charles, 1st Baron 
Sydenham [U.K.], and da. of John Buncombe-Poulett-Tlwnfon of Waverley Abb:y, 
co. Surrey, d. 25 Mar. 1877 ; and had issue \c to 4c. 

lc. Arthur John Eden (19 Bedford Square, W.C.), b. 1827 ; unm. 

2c. Frederick Eden (Palazzo Barbarigo, Venice), b. 1828; m. 28 Feb. 1865, 
Caroline, da. of E. Joseph L. Jeykill of Wargrave Hill ; s.p. 

3c. Mabel Eden, b. 20 Jan. 1837; d. 20 Ap. 1889; m. 3 Ap. 1861, Frederick 
Cox, Banker and Army Agent (Slansioood Cottage, Fawley, Southampton) ; and had 
issue (with an elder son, Horace Frederick, d.s.p. July 1899) Id to 5d. 

Id. Reginald Henry Cox, Banker (26 Pout Street, S.W.), b. 30 Dec. 1865 ; m. 
3 May 1890, Sybil Mary", da. of Thomas M. Wequelin. 

2d. Hubert Arthur Cox, Banker (3 Grosvenor Crescent, S.W.), b. 16 Feb. 1871 ; 

3d. Algernon Charles Cox, Banker (57 Sloane Street, S.W.), b. 23 Aug. 1876 ; 
m. 6 Nov. 1901, Lilian Gertrude, da. of William Grazebrook ; and has issue 
\e to 2e. 

\e. Frederick Cox, b. 21 Nov. 1902. 

2e. Isabel Valentine Cox, b. 14 Feb. 1906. 

4d. Lilian Cox, m. 8 Mar. 1888, Henry Vaughan Rudstow-Read [descended 
from the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV. (see Exeter Volume, p. 532)]. 
5d. Mabel Horatia Cox. 

4c. Dulcibella Eden, d. 25 Oct. 1903 ; m. 23 Jan. 1856, Hugh Hammersley of 
Sun House, Chelsea, Army Agent, d. Sept. 1882 ; and had issue Id to 9d. 

Id. Arthur Charles Hammersley, Banker (56 Prince's Gate, S.W.), b. 22 Dec. 
1856 ; m. 1st, 2 Sept. 1882, Mary Louisa [descended from the Lady Anne, sister of 
Edward IV. (see the Exeter Volume, p. 294)], da. of George Herbert Frederick 
Campbell, Cadet of Cawdor, J.P., D.L., d. 12 Nov. 1899 ; 2ndly, 15 Ap. 1902, Violet 
Mary (see p. 82), da. of William Peere Williams-Freeman of Clapton, co. Northants ; 
and has issue le to 7c. 

lc. 1 Hugh Charles Hammersley, b. 23 Feb. 1S92. 

2c. 2 Christopher Ralph Hammersley, b. 4 Jan. 1903. 

3c. 2 David Frederick Hammersley, b. 15 July 1904. 

[Nos. 38842 to 38863. 

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ie. 1 Gwendolen Mary Hammersley, m. Jan. 1908, George Henry Draper Post 
[son of Frederick A. Post of 58 Eccleston Square] ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Pauline Post, b. Dec. 1908. 

If. Cynthia Alma Post, b. 22 Dec. 1909. 

5s. 1 Cynthia Edith Hammersley, unm. 

Qe. 1 Doris Hammersley, unm. 

7e.~ Monica Violet Hammersley, unm. 

2d. Hugh Greenwood Hammersley, Banker (The Grove, Hampstead ; 16 Sackville 
Street, W.), b. 4 July 1858; m. 30 Aug. 1889, Mary Frances [descended from the 
Lady Isabel Plantagenet (see the Essex Volume, p. 289)], da. of Owen Grant; and 
has issue le. 

le. Eve Mary Hammersley, d. unm. 

3d. Guy Frederick Hammersley, b. 27 Jan. 1871. 

id. Margaret Dulcibella Hammersley (51 Elm Park Gardens, S.W .),m. 13 Jan. 
1883, Sidney Francis Godolphin Osborne [son of the Rev. Lord Sidney Godolphin 
Osborne, and a descendant of George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, 
p. 628)], d. 22 Oct. 1903 ; and has issue le to 3c. 

le. Francis D'Arcy Godolphin Osborne, Attache Diplo. Ser., b- 16 Sept. 1884. 

•2e. Sidney Hugh Godolphin Osborne, b. 28 Dec. 1887. 

3e. Maurice Godolphin Osborne, b.\ July 1889. 

5;/. Dora Edith Hammersley, m. 1880, Sir Francis Alexander Campbell of the 
Foreign Office and 7 Onslow Crescent, W. , K.C.M.G., C.B. [descended from the 
Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV., ifcc. (see Exeter Volume, p. 294)]. 

\e. Ronald Hugh Campbell, a Clerk in the Foreign Office (33 South Street, 
Brompton, S.W.), b. 1883; m. Helen, da. of ( — ) Graham ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Mary Campbell, b. 1908. 

2e. Ivan Campbell, b. 1887. 

3e. Mabel Verena Campbell. 

6d. Mabel Barbara Hammersley, m. 27 Oct. 1887, Walter Nassau Senior [son 
of Nassau John Senior (12 Chichester Terrace, Brighton) ; and has issue le. 
le. Oliver Nassau Senior, b. 28 Nov. 1901. 

Id. Maud Emily Hammersley, m. 26 Oct. 1891, Henry William Duff-Gordon 
[descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see the Clarence Volume, p. 246)] 
(Avott Green, Welwyn, Herts) ; and has issue (with a da. d. young) le to 3t\ 

le. Douglas Frederick Duff-Gordon, b. 12 Sept. 1892. 

le. Cosmo Lewis Duff-Gordon, b. 3 Mar. 1897. 

3e. Anne Maud Duff-Gordon, b. 3 Jan. 1903. 

8d. Beatrice Hammersley, m. 20 July 1898, Philip Apsley Treherne [son of 
Goring Apsley Treherne] (The Comer, Thursley, Surrey). 
9d. Sylvia Hammersley, unm. 

4a. Robert Eden, H.E.I. C.S., Magistrate at Tinnevelly, b. 13 May 1800; d. 
23 Ap. 1879 ; m. 21 Ap. 1829, Frances Mary [descended from the Lady Anne, sister 
of King Edward IV.], da. of the Rev. Rowland Egerton-W arburton, d. 11 Jan. 1898 ; 
and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 516, Nos. 44910-44914. 

5 a . Marianne Eden, d. 12 Jan. 1865 ; m. 1st, 19 Dec. 1807, John Spalding of 
Holme, co. Kirkcudbright, M.P., d. 26 Aug. 1815; 2ndly, 1 Ap. 1819, Henry 
(Brougham), 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux [U.K.], Lord Chancellor of the United 
Kingdom 1830-34, d. at Cannes 7 May 1868 ; and had issue lb to 26. 

16. John Eden Spalding of Holme, J. P., b. 4 Oct. 1808 ; d. 29 Mar. 1869 ; m. 
18 Aug. 1831, the Hon. Mary Wilhelmina, da. of John Henry (Upton), 1st Viscount 
Templetown [I.], d. 20 Mar. 1876; and had issue (with a son and da. who d.s.p.) lc. 

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lc Augustus Frederick Montagu Spalding of Holme and Shirmers, J. P., D.L. 
(77k; Holme, New Galloway; 11 Ashley Place, S.W.; Carlton, &c), b. 23 Oct. 
1838; unm. 

2b. Marianne Dora Spalding, d. 2 Jan. 1891 ; m. 22 Dec. 1834, Sir Alexander 
Malet, 2nd Bt. [G.B.], K.C.B., d. 28 Nov. 1886 ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

lc Sir Henrv Charles Eden Malet, 3rd Bt. [G.B.], J. P., Lieut.-Col. Gren. 
Guards, b. 25 Sept. 1835 ; d. 12 Jan. 1904 ; m. 18 Feb. 1873, Laura Jane Campbell, 
da. of John Hamilton of Hilston Park, co. Mon.; and had issue Id. 

Id. Vera Jean Hamilton Malet, in. 21 Jan. 1903, Dorotheos Antoniadi [son of 
Michael Antoniadi of Constantinople] ; and has issue le. 

lc. Henry Edward Roger Fortune Amedee Malet Antoniadi, b. 1904. 

2c. Right Hon. Sir Edward Baldwin Malet, ith Bt. [G.B.I P.C., G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G., b. 10 Oct. 1837 ; d.s.p. 30 June 1908. 

6d. Dora Eden, d. (-) ; m. Adm. Sir Graham Moore, G.C.B., R.N. [brother of 
Sir John Moore, the hero of Corunna}. [Nos. 38894 to 38896. 

144. Descendants of Frederick Morton (Eden), 1st Lord Henley 
[I.], so or. 9 Nov. 1799, having been Ambassador to the Courts 
of Vienna and Madrid (Table XVI.), b. 8 July 1752 ; d. 6 Dec. 
1830 ; to. 7 Aug. 1783, Lady Elizabeth, sister and h. of 
Robert, 2nd and last Earl, and da. of Robert (Henley), 1st 
Earl of Northington [G.B.], d. 20 Aug. 1821 ; and had issue 
la to 2a. 

la. Robert Henley (Eden, afterwards (R.L. 31 Mar. 1831) Henley), 2nd Baron 
Henley [I.], b. 3 Sept. 1789 ; d. 3 Feb. 1841 ; m. 11 Mar. 1823, Harriet Eleanor, da. 
of Sir Robert Peel, 1st Bt. [G.B.], d. 7 May 1869 ; and had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. Anthony Henley (Henley), 3rd Baron Henley [I.], M.P., b. 12 Ap. 1825; d, 
27 Nov. 1898 ; m. 1st, 30 July 1846, Julia Augusta, da. of the Very Rev. John Peel. 
D.D., Dean of Worcester, A. 15 Feb. 1862; 2ndly, 30 June 1870, Clara Campbell 
Lucy (9 Beaufort Gardens, S.W.), da. of Joseph Henry Storie Jekyll ; and had issue 
Icto 6c. 

lc. Frederick (Henley), 4th Baron Henley [I.], J. P. (Watford Court, near 
Rugby), b. 17 Ap. 1849 ; m. 20 Oct. 1900, Augusta Frederica, da. of Herbert Lang- 
ham of Cottesbrooke Park [Bt. Coll.], d.s.p. 21 July 1905. 

2c. Hon. Anthony Ernest Henley, heir-presumptive, C.E., b. 3 July 1858; m. 
1st, 17 Aug. 1882, Georgiana Caroline Mary, da. of Lieut.-Col. Richard Michael 
Williams [Bt. Coll.], d.s.p. 26 Aug. 1888 ; 2ndly, 12 Sept. 1889, Emmeline Stuart. 
da. of George Gammie Maitland ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Joan Beryl Henley, b. 1 Aug. 1893. 

3c. Hon. Anthony Morton Henley, Capt. 5th Lancers, served in South Africa 
1900-02, Bar.-at-Law, &c. (Wellington; Cavalry), b. 4 Aug. 1873 ; m. 24 Ap. 1906, 
the Hon. Sylvia Laura [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see 
Clarence Volume, p. 442)], da. of Edward Lyulph (Stanley), 4th Baron Stanley of 
Alderley [U.K.]. 

4c." Hon. Francis Robert Henley, M.A. (Oxon.) (9 Beaufort Gardens, S.W. ; 
Wellington), b. 11 Ap. 1877. 

5c. 1 Hon. Gertrude Augusta Henley, unm. 

6c. 2 Hon. Evelyn Henley, m. 9 Aug. 1881, John Langham Reed (Thornby, 
Northants) ; and has issue Id to 37. 

Id. Herbert Langham Reed, b. 1882. 

2d. Cecil Langham Reed, b. 1884. 

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2b. Rev. the Hon. Robert Henley, M.A. (Oxon.), formerly Vicar of Putney 
(Eden Lodge, Putney), b. 7 Mar. 1831 ; m. 1 June 1852, Emily Louisa, da of 
Robert Aldridge of New Lodge, Horsham, d. 20 Aug. 1893; and has issue lc to 7c. 

\c. Rev. Robert Eden Henley, M.A. (Oxon.), Vicar of Wharton (Wharton 
Vicarage, near Winsford), b. 10 Sept. 1861. 

2c. Charles Beauclerk Henley, b. 7 Feb. 1869. 

3c. Constance Laura Henley, m. 16 Ap. 1890, the Rev. Robert Stewart 
Gregory, M.A., Rector of Much Hadhani (Much Ha Uiam Rectory, Herts) ; and has 
issue \d to 5;/. 

Id. Robert Henley Gregory, b. 3 Mar. 1891. 

•2d. Francis Stewart Gregory, b. 3 Mar. 1893. 

3d. John Stephen Gregory, b. 26 June I898. 

id. Violet Emily Gregory. 

od- Mary Noel Gregory. 

4c. Beatrice Mary Henley. 

5c. Ethel Maud Henley. 

6c. Mildred Caroline Henley. 

7c. Mabel Augusta Henley. 

2a. Rev. the Hon. William Eden, Rectir of Bishopsbourne, and Senior Preacher 
in Canterbury Cathedral, b. 9 Nov. 1792 ; d. 4 May 1859 ; m 19 Jan. 1820, Anna 
Maria, Dowager Baroness Grey de Ruthvyn [/£.], da. of William Kelham, d. 23 Oct. 
1875 ; and had issue lb to 5b. 

lb. Rev. Arthur Eden, Vicar of Ticehurst, b. 3 Jan. 1825; d. 17 Nov. 1908 ; 
m. 24 Aug. 1848, Alice Julia, da. of Thomas Annesley Whitney of Merton, co. Wex- 
ford, d. 18 Dec. 1897 ; and had issue lc to 8c. 

lc. William Gaven Eden, late Lieut. R.N. (Tannvgraiy, near Portmalre, 
N. Wales), b. 26 July 1849 ; m. 4 Jan. 1876, Augusta Rose, da. of Matthew Bell of 
Bourne Park, co. Kent; and has issue Id to Qd. 

Id. Cecil Eden, b. 3 Oct. 1876. 

2d. Morton Eden, b. 9 Dec. 1881. 

3d. Constance Eden. 

id. Nora Eden. 

5d. Hilda Eden. 

6d. Alice Nesta Eden. 

2c. Arthur Yelverton Eden, J. P. (Granville House, Arundel), b. 19 Mar. 1856; 
m. 22 Nov. 1888, Fanny Spencer, da. and h. of John Theodore Louis Le Blanch, 
of Beechfield, co. Chester ; and has issue \d to 3d. 

Id. Barbara Yelverton Eden. 

2d. Lelgarde Edith Eleanor Eden. 

3d. Dulcie Flora Eden. 

3c. Alice Lizzie Eden, m. 27 Sept. 1883, William Sherrard (Pro Bank House, 
Fermoy, co. Cork) ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Arthur William Eden Sherrard, b. 17 Aug. 1884. 

4c. Mary Constance Eden, b. 11 May 1852 ; d. 29 Mar. 1884 ; m. 30 Ap. 1878, 
Augustus Hills Cobbold (Brownhill, Nurseling, Southampton) ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Neville Eden Cobbold, b. 15 Ap. 1882. 

2d. Alice Mary Cobbold, m. 12 Dec. 1905, Comm. Duncan Tatton Brown, R.N. 

5c. Eleanor Agnes Eden, b. 29 July 1853 ; d. 4 Feb. 1897 ; m. 18 Dec. 1879, 
Vice-Adm. Henry Bedford Woollcombe, R.N., b. 25 Ap. 1831; d. 14 Feb. 1904; 
and had issue.ld. 

Id. Eleanor Mary Woollcombe. 

6c. Edith Amelia Eden. m. 1st, 26 Oct. 1876, Charles Davers Eden, R.N., 

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d.s.p.s. 25 Feb. 1895; 2ndly, 1 June 1901, Col. Arthur Fred Eden-Perkins (Dod- 
with, Bursledon, Hants). 

lc. Flora G'olclough Eden. 

8c. Julia Augusta Maria Eden. 

2b. Eobert Charles Eden, Lieut.-Col. U.S. Army, b. 31 Aug. 1836 ; m. 26 Jan. 
1865, Annie Gardner, da. of Andrew Bain of Bonhill, co. Dumbarton ; and has 
issue Ic to 6c. 

lc. Morton Edward Eden, b. 17 Sept 1867; m. 1894, Marie Elizabeth, da, of 
James Stewart of Dansville, New York ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Robert Henley Stewart Eden, b. 1896. 

2c. Reginald Yelverton Eden, b. 15 Dee. 1871 ; m. 18—, Sophia, da. of T. Hart 
of Warren, U.S.A. ; and has issue. 

3c. Mabel Wenonah Eden. 

4c. Ethel Elizabeth Eden. 

5c. Sybil Constance Eden. 

6c. Charlotte Annie Maude Eden. 

3b. Mary Yelverton Eden, m. 4 July 1848, Samuel Lucas Lancaster-Lucas of 
Wateringbury Place, co. Kent, d. 1894; and has issue lc to 5c. 

lc. William Matthias Lancaster-Lucas, b. 27 Ap. 1849; d. (? s.p.). 

2c. Charles Eden Lancaster Lancaster-Lucas, b. 16 June 1854 ; d. (? s.p.). 

3c. Mary Helewise Ursula Lancaster-Lucas. 

4c. Flora Lancaster-Lucas. 

5c. Katharine Elizabeth Lancaster-Lucas, m. 1888, Col. Ralph Basnett Rastell 
Williamson, formerly 43rd L.I. ; and has issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Ralph W. B. R. Williamson, b. 1890. 

2d. Katherine Elizabeth Williamson. 

3d- Ruth Mary Florence Williamson. 

46. Charlotte Maria Eden (Glemham Hall, Wickham Market), m. 1st, 17 Oct. 
1850, Dudley, Lord North [son and h. app. of Francis, 6th Earl of Guilford [G.B.]], 
d.v.p. 28 Jan. 1860; 2ndly, 10 July 1861, Major Alexander George Dicksun, 3rd 
Hussars, M.P., d. 3 July 1889 ; and has issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Dudlev Francis (North), 1th Earl of Guilford [G.B.] and 9th Baron Guil- 
ford [E.], b. 14 July 1851 ; d. 19 Dec. 1885 ; m. 4 May 1874, Georgiana 
(4 Lennox Gardens, S.W.) [descended from the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward 
IV. (see the Exeter Volume, p. 322)], da. of Sir George Chetwynd, 3rd Bt. [G.B.] ; 
and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Frederick George (North), 8th Earl of [G.B.] and 10th Baron Guilford 
[E.] (Waldershare Park, Dover; Glemham Hall, Wickham Market), b. 19 Nov. 
1876 ; m. 25 June 1901, Mary Violet, da. of William Hargrave Pawson of Shawdou ; 
and has issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Francis George North, Lord North, b. 15 June 1902. 

2c. Hon. John Montagu North, b. 28 Feb. 1905. 

2d. Lady Muriel Emily North. 

2c. Hon. Morton William North, b. 31 Oct. 1852; d. 26 Ap. 1895; m. 3 Ap. 
1879, Hilda Hylton [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence 
Volume, p. 189), da. and co-h. of Capt. Hylton Joliffe [son and h.-app. of 1st Lord 
Hylton [U.K.]],, d. 19 Feb. 1902; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Dudley John North, formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. Norfolk Regt,, b. 9 Jan. 

2d. Hylton George Morton North, b. 13 Sept. 1885. 

3d. Roger North, b. 24 Sept. 1888. 

3c. Lady Flora Mildred North, b. 25 Ap. 1855; d. 1 Mar. 1886; m. as 1st 
wife, 28 Dec. 1880, Sir Robert Rodney Wilmot of Osmaston, 6th Bt. [G.B.] [himself 

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a descendant of Edward III. through the Mortimer-Percy marriage] (Binfield Grove, 
Bracknell, Berks) ; and had issue. 

See p. 280, Nos. 38811-38814 (also Essex Volume, p. 135). 

5b. Flora Jane Eden (Brokenhurst Park, Hants), m. as 2nd wife, 2 Ap. 1866, 
John Morant of Brokenhurst, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Hants 18— [descended 
from the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV., &c. (see the Exeter Volume, 
p. 685)], d. 30 May 1899 ; and had issue lc to 3c. 

\c. Edward John Harry Eden Morant of Brokenhurst, J. P., Hon. Attache 
Diplo. Ser. (Brokenhurst Park, near Lymington), b. 1868. 

2c. Francis George Morant, b. 1869. 

3c. Mabel Caroline Flora Morant, m. 1889, Herbert George Alexander; and 
has issue. [Nos. 38962 to 38969. 

145. Descendants of Dulcibella Eden (Table XVI.), d. (-); m. 
1767, Matthew Bell of Woolsington, Col. Northumberland 
Militia, d. 1811 ; and had issue la to 7a. 

la. Matthew Bell of Woolsington, M.P., High Sheriff co. Northbd. 1797, d. 
18 — ; m. 9 June 1792, Sarah Frances, da. of Charles Brandling of Gorforth House, 
co. Northbd. ; and had issue (with 4 elder sons and 2 das. who all d.s.p.) \b to 36. 

lb. Rev. John Bell, Vicar of Rothwell, Hon. Canon of Ripon and Rural Dean, 
b. 29 June 1805; d. 24 Oct. 1869; m. 20 Nov. 1828, Isabella Elizabeth, da. of Sir 
Charles Loraine, 5th Bt. [£.], d. 15 Mar. 1881 ; and had issue (with 5 other sons 
and a da. who d. young) lc to 7c. 

lc. Charles Loraine Bell of Woolsington, J. P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Northbd. 
1895 (Woolsington, Newcastle-on-Tyne), b. 3 July 1836; m. 13 Ap. 1871, Anna 
Roberta, da. of Charles Bernard, 24th Regt. ; and has issue Id to id. 

Id. Walter Loraine Bell (W oolsington, Newcastle-on-Tyne), b. 30 May 1877 ; 
m. 30 Nov. 1890, Winifred Margaret, widow of John Loxley Firth of Hope, co. 
Derby, da. of Henry William Watson of Burnopfield, co. Durham. 

2d. Margaret Ellen Bell, m. 12 June 1901, her cousin, Claude Henry Watson 
(see p. 287) (Sunnyside, Woolsington, Newcastle-on-Tyne) ; and has issue le to 2c. 

lc. Godfrey Charles Watson, b. 9 Ap. 1907. 

2c. Dorothy Helen Watson, b. 6 May 1902. 

3d. Isabel 'Gertrude Bell (Houndless Water, Haslemere, Surrey), m. 14 July 
1898, Lieut.-Col. Eustace Guinness of Burton Hall, co. Dublin, R.A., d. (being killed 
in the Boer War) 30 Oct. 1901 ; and has issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Eustace Francis Guinness, b. Jan. 1900. 

2c. Humphrey Patrick Guinness, b. Mar. 1902. 

U. Dulcibella Mildreda Bell. 

2c. William Bell, b. 24 Mar. 1839. 

3c. Frank Bell, b. 21 May 1842. 

4c. Isabella Elizabeth Bell (Palazzo Consiglio, Rione Amadeo, Naples). 

5c. Frances Sarah Bell, b. Ap. 1835; d. 23 Ap. 1905; m. 23 Ap. 1863, the 
Rev. Sheplev Watson Hemmingway, afterwards Watson, Rector of Bootle, Cumber- 
land, b. 11 Jan. 1827 ; d. 23 Ap. 1899 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Rev. Arthur Herbert Watson, Vicar of Long Preston (Long Preston Vicar- 
age, Leeds), b. May 1864 ; m. Feb. 1900, Louisa Caroline [descended from the Lady 
Anne, sister of King Edward IV., &c. (see the Exeter Volume, p. 568)], da. of 
Thomas Edward Yorke of Beverley Hall, co. York, J. P. ; and has issue lc to 5c. 

lc. Edward Shepley Watson, b. Feb. 1901. 

2c. Oliver Arthur Watson, b. Sept. 1902. 

3c. Martin Yorke Watson, b. Nov. 1905. 

4e. Beatrice Helen Frances Watson, b. May 1907. 

5c. Joan Margaret Louisa Watson, b. June 1909. [Nos. 38970 to 38987. 

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2d. Cyril Francis Watson, Land Agent (Greysouthen, Cockcrmoath, Cumbcr- 
lanl), b. 23 Oct. 1866 ; m. 3 Jan. 1900, Katharine Anna Keatinge, da. of the Rev. 
Canon Jeremy Taylor Pollock [a descendant of Bishop Jeremy Taylor] ; and has 
issue le to 3c. 

le. George Loraine Pollock Watson, b. 8 June 1902. 

2c. Cyril Jeremy Taylor Watson, b. 28 Dec. 1904. 

3d. Eileen Frances Katharine Watson, b. 13 Mar. 1901. 

3 1. Claude Henry Watson (Sunnyside, Woolsington, N ewcastle-on-Tyne), b. 
4 Jan. 1869; m. 12 June 1901, his cousin, Margaret Ellen (see above), da. of 
Charles Loraine Bell of Woolsington ; and has issue. 

See p. 286, Nos. 38973-38974. 

4/. Loraine John Watson (1 St. George's Crescent, Stanwix, Carlisle), b. 23 Oct. 
1871; m. Ap. 1901, his cousin, Ethel Gertrude (see below), da. of Richard 
Harrison ; s.p. 

6c. Emma Rachel Bell, m 10 June 1869, Capt. Albert Adams, 24th Regt. 
{Clyde House, Dawlish, South Devon) ; and has issue (with 2 others, sons, who d. 
young) Id to 6d. 

Id. Algernon Frank Adams, b. 8 Ap. 1870 ; d. unm. in South Africa during 
the War, Sep*. 1901. 

21. Reginald Shute Adams, farming in Canada, b. 15 Sept. 1872; m. (—), da. 
of ( — ) ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Reginald Adams. 

2e. Walter Adams. 

3c. Una Adams. 

3:/. Arthur Cecil Paget Adams, farming in the United States, b. 21 Feb. 1875 ; 

4d. Gerald Colman Surlees Adams, b. 21 July 1877 ; d. unm. (being killed, in 
action at Magersfontein) 11 Dec. 1899. 

M. George Rorke Adams, farming in the United States, b. 30 Ap. 1880 ; unm. 

61. Mildred Gertrude Adams. 

7c. Gertrude Mary Bell, b. c. 1849; d. 25 Oct. 1878; m. 1 Aug 1872, Richard 
Harrison, d. June 1906 ; and hal issue Id to 61. 

Id. John Harrison \ ,. . , , .-. . ll37Q „„ 
(twins, b. Oct. 1678; unm. 
2d. Henry Harrison J 

37. Ethel Gertrude Harrison, m. Ap. 1901, her cousin, Loraine John Watson 
(see above) (1 St. George's Crescent, Stanwix, Carlisle) ; s.p- 
id. Evelyn Harrison. 
5.f. Elsie Harrison. 
6d. Beatrice Harrison. 

2b. William Bell, d. (-) ; m. Jane, da. of William Ridley of Park End, co. 
Northbd., d. ( -) ; and had issue le. 

lc. Sara Bell (Castlehill, Middleham, S.O., Bedale), m. Gen. Ingilby ; s.p. 

36. Sarah Frances Bell, d. 10 or 19 Aug. 1874; m. 25 May 1826, Sir John 
James Wahham of Knill Court, co. Hereford, 1st Bt. [U.K.], so cr. 30 Sept. 1831, 
D.L. and High Sheriff co. Radnor 1870, b. 6 June 1805; d. 10 Aug. 1874; and 
hid issue lc to 4c. 

lc. Sir John Walsham, 2nd Bt. [U.K.], K.C.M.G., M.A. (Camb.), J. P., D L., 
H.B.M.'s Envoy Extra, and Min. Plen. to the Courts of Pekin 1885-1892 and 
Bucharest 1892-1894, b. 29 Oct. 1830; d. 10 Dec. 1895; m. 5 Mar. 1867, Florence, 
da. of the Hon. Peter Campbell Scarlett, C.B. [B. Abinger Coll.]; and had issue \d 
to 2d. 

\d. Sir John Scarlett Walsham, 3rd Bt. [U.K.], an Inspector of Chinese Labour 
to Transvaal Govt. (Knill Court, Kington, Hereford; Germiston, Transvaal), b. 

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15 Oct. 1869 ; m. 20 Nov. 1906, Bessie Geraldine Gundreda (see pp. 363 and 492), 
da. of Vice-Adm. John Borlase Warren, R.N. [Bt. Coll.] ; and has issue le. 
le. Barbara Walsham. 

2d. Percy Romilly Walsham, in Chinese Maritime Customs, b. 1871 ; m. 1899, 
Charlotte Cunninghame, da. of William Wykekam Myers of Formosa, M.B., CM. ; 
and has issue lc to 3e. 

le. Percy Robert Stewart Walsham, b. 6 Ap. 1904. 

2e. Florence Mary Walsham. 

3c. Gladys Newell Walsham. 

2c. Rev. Francis Walsham, M.A. (Durham), Rector of Knill, b. 9 Ap. 1832 ; 
d. (-) ; m. 20 June 1865, Marianne, da. of Charles James Burnett of Bays Lawn, 
co. Glouc, M.P. ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. John Charles Walsham (Holmwood, Panned Ash, Harrogate), b.\\ Sept. 
1866 ; in. 22 May 1902, Alice Maude, widow of John Alfred Pike, Surgeon, da. of 
John Headland. 

2d. Florence Augusta Walsham, m. 14 Sept. 1892, John Cecil Thornhill of 
Castle Belliugham, co. Louth (Rathmullen House, Drogheda) ; and has issue le 
to 4e. 

le. Humphrey Thornhill, b. 1894. 

2c. Kathleen Thornhill. 

3c. Phyllis Thornhill. 

4c. Sheila Thornhill. 

3d. Mary Caroline Walsham, m. 1897, Algernon Estcourt Keys-Wells (28 Church 
Street, Walsham); and has issue le. 

le. William Yorke Keys- Wells, b. 10 May 1908. 

3c. Anna Walsham, d. 18 Aug. 1905 ; m. 20 May 1855, Major-Gen. O'Bryen 
Belliugham Woolsey of Milestown and Priorland, late R.A., J. P., D.L., High Sheriff 
co. Louth 1889 (Milestown Castle, Bellingham); and had issue Id. 

Id. Alice Woolsey, m. 21 Ap. 1887, Cecil Butler, Bar.-at-Law [B. Dunboyne 
Coll.], d. 6 Dec. 1901 ; and has issue le. 

le. Cecilia Frances Butler. 

4c. Fanny Walsham, m. as 2nd wife, 30 Oct. 1883, Thomas Edward Yorke of 
Bewerley and Halton Place, J. P., High Sheriff co. York [descended from the Lady 
Anne, sister of King Edward IV. (see the Exeter Volume, p. 568)] (Bewerley 
Hall, Pateley Bridge, Leeds). 

2a. Stephen Bel', d. (? s.p.). 

3a. Robert Bell of Fenham Hall, co. Northb I., Mayor of Newcastle 1822, d. 1850 ; 
m. Anna Mildreda, da. of Chillers Walbanke-C hitlers of Cantley, co. York, d. (-) ; 
and had issue lb. 

lb. Mildreda Eliza Bell, d. 17 Mar. 1850; m. as 1st wife, 21 Sept. 1848, 
Matthew Robert Bigge, J. P. [8th son of Col. Charles William Bigge of Linden, co. 
Northb.L, J. P., D.L.], d. 17 July 1906; and had issue le. 

le. Anna Mildreda Bigge, m. 7 Jan. 1875, Albert George Legard, late H.M- 
Chief Inspector of Schools for Wales [Bt. Coll., and himself a descendant of King 
Edward III. through Mortimer-Percy (see p. 193)] (BrowHill, Batheaston, Somerset). 

4a. Henry Bell of Newbiggen House, co. Northbd., d. 1830; m. 2 June 1807, 
Susannah Jane, da. of Major Rowland Mainwaring of Four Oaks, co. Warwick [who 
with her brother, Rear-Adm. Rowland Mainwaring of Whitmore Hall, was 19 th 
in descent from King Henry III.), d. 11 Aug. 1871, aged 83; and had issue lb 
to 4b. 

lb. Matthew Bell, b. 29 May 1814. 

2b. Rowland Mainwaring Bell, b. 8 Dec. 1821. 

3b. Susanna Maria Bell, b. 13 Aug. 1816; d. 22 Jan. 1904; m. 26 Nov. 1835, 

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Samuel Goodin Barrett, d. 20 June 1876 ; and had issue (with 3 sons and a da. d. 
unm.) lc to 7c. 

Ic. Henry Barrett, b. 5 Aug. 1838 ; d. 27 Oct. 1895; m. 25 July 1878, Julia 
Blanche (18 Inverna Gardens, London), da. of Thomas Brace; and had issue \d 
to 3d. 

Id. Arthur Barrett, b. 30 Nov. 1880. 

2d. Charles Barrett, b. 29 July 1886. 

3d. Evelyn Barrett. 

2c. Charles Rollo Barrett, J.P. (Whitehill Hall, Pelton Fell, S.O., CO. Durham), 
b. 26 May 1854 ; m. 6 July 1882, Mary Delmar, da. of Alfred Barry of Newland 
Lodge, Sevenoaks ; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Rollo Samuel Barrett, b. 28 Ap. 1883. 

2d. Kenneth Delmar Barrett, b. 6 Nov. 1886. 

3/. Lindsay Alfred Barrett, b. 8 July 1891. 

id. Dulcibella Mary Barrett. 

5d. Brenda de Courcy Barrett. 

3c. Robert Bell Barrett, J.P. (Skipton Castle, Yorks), b. 29 Mar. 1856 ; m. 
12 Jan. 1893, Frances Madeline, da. of William Robinson of Reedley Hall, Burnley, 
J.P. ; and has issue \d to 4 I. 

Id. Robin Coventry Barrett, b. 17 Feb. 1895. 

2.1. Harry Eden Barrett, b. 20 Sept. 1903. 

3:/. Monica Dulcibella Barrett. 

id. Vera Doris Madeline Barrett. 

4c. Maria Margaret Barrett, b. 5 June 1840 ; d. 5 Aug. 1903 ; m. 4 June 1868, 
Adam Gillies-Smith of Agsacre, North Berwick, d. 8 Jan. 1900 ; and had issue (with 
2 sous who d.s.p.) Id to 3d. 

Id. Margaret Gillies-Smith \ 

21. Coventry Barrett Gillies-Smith I (Agsacre, North Berwick), unm. 

3d. Adelaide Cathcart Gillies-Smith ) 

5c. Jeannette Susanna Barrett, m. 21 Dec. 1865, Charles Tennant Couper 
(Woodstone, Row, Dumbarton) ; and has issue \d to 7d. 

Id. John Charles Couper, W.S. (15 Rutland Street, Edinburgh), b. 10 Oct. 
1867 ; m. 17 Nov. 1899, Elsie Winifred, da. of Benjamin Hall Blyth of Edinburgh, 
C.E. ; and has issue lc to 3c. 

lc. Ian Charles Blyth Couper, b. 11 May 1901. 

2c. Millicent Jeanette Couper. 

3c. Annabel Elsie Couper. 

2d. Samuel Barrett Couper, M.D., M.R.C.S. (Blaby, Leicester), b. 20 July 1876 ; 
m. 12 June 1899, Marjorie, da, of J. H. W. Davies of Minden, St. John's Park, 

3d. Charlotte Maria Couper, m. 26 May 1900, the Rev. Charles Inglebert 
Baldwin, Vicar of Belper (Christchurch Vicarage, Belper, Derby) ; s.p. 

id. Edith Jeannette Couper, m. 23 Dec. 1901, George Edward Heme [son 
of Col. George Edward Heme, 103rd Bombay Fusiliers] (Balgarvie, St. John's, near 
Woking) ; and has issue lc to 3c. 

lc. George Charles Barrett Heme, b. 15 Aug. 1895. 

2c. Dulcibella Jeannette Heme. 

3c. Edith Dorothea Margaret Heme. 

5d. Dulcibella Margaret Couper, unm. 

6d. May Coventry Couper, m. 17 Oct. 1905, Com. Francis St. George Brooker, 
R.N. ; sp. 

7d. Maud Barrett Couper, m. 3 Nov. 1906, Henry John Bell Edge [son of 

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Adm. William Henry Edge, R.N.] (South Binns, Heath field) ; and has issue le 
to 2e. 

le. Archibald Edge, b. Jan. 1907. 

2c. Elsie Edge. 

6c. Dulcibella Barrett, b. 11 Nov. 18-16; d. 3 Dec. 1879; m. 14 July 1870, 
Collingwoo.l Lindsay Woo! of Freeland, Forgandenny, c>. Perth, d. 10 July 1906; 
and ha '. issue (with a son d. young) hi to id. 

Id. Dulcibella M. Wood'. 

2d. Ethel Wood. 

3d. Jeannette Wood. 

4/. Muriel Wood. 

7c. Emma Bassett Barrett, b. 20 Oct. 1818 ; d. 4 May 1891 ; m. 25 Sept. 1873, 
Str Lindsay Wood, 1st Bt. [U.K. 27 Sc^. 1897J (The Hermitage, Chester-le-Streel ; 
Carlton) ; and had issue Id to 67. 

Id. Arthur Nicholas Lindsay Wood, b. 29 Mar. 1875. 

2d. Henry Lindsay Wood, b. 28 Oct. 1878. 

3 V. Collingwood Lindsay Wood, b. 19 Nov. 1881 ; m. 30 Ap. 1907, Lilian, da. 
of William Sopper of 3 Upper Belgrave Street, S.W., and Drummaglass, co. Inver- 
ness ; and has issue lc to 2c. 

le. Ian Lindsay Wood, b. Mar. 1909. 

2c. Heather Wood. 

id. Robert Lindsay Wood, b. 28 Feb. 1884. 

5d. Maria Lindsay Wood, m. 11 Ap. 1899, the Hon. Claud Eustace Hamilton- 
Russell, D.L. [son of Gustavus, 8th Viscount Boyne] (Cleobnry Court, Bridgnorth) 
and has issue le to 3c. 

lc. Arthur Gustavus Lindsay Hamilton-Russell, b. 30 Ap. 1900. 

2c. Edric Claude Hamilton-Russell, b. 24 Nov. 1904. 

3c. Jean Katherine Hamilton-Russell. 

67. Elsie Emma Lindsay Wood, mini. 

45. Janette Charlotte Bell, b. 14 Nov. 1818; m. 22 Sept. 1841, Robert 
M'Alpine, d. 25 Dec. 1866 ; and has issue lc to 5c. 

lc. Cunyngham Martyn M'Alpine, b. 24 Dec. 1842; s.p. 

2c. Henry Charles M'Alpine, b. 6 May 1849; d. num. 18 Oct. 1894. 

3c. Robert Kyle M'Alpine, Adm. R.N. (Brighton), b. 20 Jan. 1851 ; m. 5 Jan. 
1899, Louisa Jane, da. of James Leith-Hay, Younger of Rannes and Leith Hall, 
co. Aberdeen. ; s.p.s. 

4c. Kenneth M'Alpine (Loose, near Maidstone), b. 11 Ap. 1858; unm. 

5c. Maria Louisa M'Alpine, unm. 

5a. Jane Bell, d. 14 Ap. 1793; m. as 1st wife, 7 Jan. 1792, William (Hay), 
17th Earl of Erroll [S.], &c. [descended from the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward 
IV., &c.\ d. 26 Jan. 1819 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 682, Nos. 57387-57391. 

6a. Dulcibella Bell, d. c. 1857 ; m. the Rev. Robert Moore, Preb. and Canon of 
Canterbury (see p. 291), d. Sept. 1865 ; and had issue (with 3 sons and 2 other das. 
who d.s.p.) 16. 

lb. Catherine Moore, b. c. 1813 ; d. 14 July 1888 ; m. the Rev. J ihn Buncombe 
Shafto [descended from the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV. (see Exeter 
Volume, p. 308)], d. 6 Aug. 1863 ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

lc. Catherine Mary Fitzwilliam Duncombe Shafto, unm. 

2c. Dulcibella Maria Duncombe Shafto (St. Martin's, Sevenoaks), m. 11 Sept. 
1866, the Rev. Arthur Majendie, Rector of Bladon, d. 15 Jan. 1895 ; and has issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 309, Nos. 19440-19444. 

7a. Maria Bell, d. {? unm.). [Nos. 39062 to 39096. 


of %\)t Bloot) i&opal 

146. Descendants of Catherine Eden (Table XVI.), d. (-); m, as 

2nd wife, 23 Jan. 1770, the Most Rev. John Moore, Lord 
Archbishop of Canterbury, bapt. 13 Jan. 1730 ; d. 18 Jan. 1805 ; 
and had issue la to 4a. 

la. Rev. George Moore, M.A., Preb. of Canterbury and Rector of Wrolham, 
d. (-) ; m. 1st, 19 June 1795, Lady Maria Elizabeth [descended from the Ladv Anne, 
sister to Kings Edward IV. and Richard III. (see the Exeter Volume, p. 687)], da. of 
James (Hay, previously Boyd), loth Earl of Erroll [S.], &c, d. 3 June 1804 ; 'Indly, 
1806, Harriet Mary, da. of Sir Brook Bridges, 3rd Bt. [G.B.], M.P. [by his wife 
Fanny, nee Fowler, a co-h. of the Barons Fi/zll 'alter [E. 1295]]; and had (with 
possibly other issue by 2nd wife) lb to '2b. 

lb. Rev. Edward Moore of Frittenden House, co. Kent, M.A., Hon. Canon of 
Canterbury and Rural Dean, b. 1814; d. 1889; m. 29 Mar. 1842, Lady Harriet 
Janet Sarah Montagu [descended from Kings Henry VII. and Edward IV., &c], da. 
of Charles William Henry (Douglas-Scott), 4th Duke of Buccleuch and 6th Duke of 
Queensberry [S.], K.T., d. 16 Feb. 1870 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, pp. 161-162, No.s. 19862-19899. 

2b. Caroline Mary Moore. 

2a. Charles Moore, M.P. for Woodstock. 

3a. Robert Moore, M.A., Preb. of Canterbury, b. c. 1778; d. Sept. 1865; m. 
Dulcibella, da. of Mattltew Bell of Woolsington, d. c. 1857; and had issue. 

See p. 290, Nos. 39090-39096. 

4a. John Moore. [No.s. 39097 to 39142. 

147. Descendants, if any, of Elizabeth Eden (Table XVI.), d. ( - ) ; 

m. Matthew Whitfield of Whitfield, co. Northumberland. 

148. Descendants, if any, of Hannah Eden (Table XVI.), d. (-); 

m. James Mickleton of Durham. 

149. Descendants of John Eden of Newcastle, Merchant (Table XVL), 

d. ( - ) ; m. Elizabeth, da. of ( — ) Hendmarsh of Little 
Bentley, d. ( - ) ; and had issue (a son and 2 das.). 1 

150. Descendants of the Rev. Laton Eden, Rector of Hartborne, 

co. Northumberland (Table XVL), d. (-); m. ( — ), da. of 
the Rev. ( — ) Johnson ; and had issue (several sons and 
das.). 1 

151. Descendants, if any surviving, of Margaret Laton (Table 

XV.), d. after 16G4 ; m. William Laton or Layton of Dale- 
mayne, co. Cumberland, b. c. 1624; living and aged 40 in 
1664 ; and had issue la to 8a. 2 

la. Thomas Laton, b. c. 1656 ; aged 8 in 1664. 

2a. William Laton, b. 1663. 

1 Brydges' " Collins," viii. 288. 

2 Foster's " Visitations of Cumberland and Westmorland." 

2 9 1 

%\yt j&lantagenet iftoll 

3a. Mary Laton. 4a. Isabel Laton. 

5a. Ann Laton. da. Margaret Laton. 

la. Katharine Laton. 8a. Elizabeth Laton. 

152. Descendants of the Hon. Catherine Fairfax (Table XIV.), d. 

23 Feb. 1666; m. 1st, Robert Stapylton of Wighill, M.P., 
d. 12 Mar. 1634; 2ndly, as 2nd wife, Sir Matthew Boynton, 
1st Bt, [E.], d. (s.p. by her) Mar. 1647; 3rdly, as 2nd wife, 
Sir Arthur Ingram of Temple Newsham, d. 4 July 1655; 
4thly, 1657, William Wickham of Roxby [grandson of 
William, Bishop of Winchester, by his wife Antonia, one of the 
five das. of John Barlow, Bishop of Chichester, who all married 
Bishops] ; and had issue (with others whose lines all failed, two 
das. by 1st husband). 

See Exeter Volume, Table XLIX., pp. 535-536, Nos. 48976-49015. 

[Nos. 39143-39182. 

153. Descendants, if any, of the Hon. Jane Fairfax (Table XIV.), 


154. Descendants of Sir Thomas Norcliffe of Langton (Table XVII.), 
bap. 24 Feb. 1641; d. in France after 16 Sept. 1684; m. 
(settl. dated 1/2 Jan.) 1670, Frances (Table VII.), da. and h. 
of Sir William Vavasour of Copmanthorpe, 1st Bt. [E.], b. in 
Drury Lane 26 Oct. 1654 ; d. at Chelsea 12 Dec. 1731 ; and 
had issue. 

See p. 119, Nos. 10775-10977. [Nos. 39183-39385. 

155. Descendants of John Grimston of Grimston Garth, co. York 
(Table XVII), b. 17 Feb. 1725 ; d. 21 June 1780 ; m. 12 Mar. 
1753, Jane, da. of Sir Thomas Legard, 4th Bt. [E.], d. 11 Nov. 
1758 ; and had issue. 

See p. 196, Nos. 29062-29142. [Nos. 39386 to 39466. 

156. Descendants, if any, of Dorothy Grimston (Table XVII.), b. 
9 July 1663 ; bur. 24 July 1700 ; m. 4 Nov. 1684, Nathaniel 
Goouh of Hull, bur. 17 June 1705 ; and of Anne GrimstOxV, 
b. 18 Ap. 1669; m. Thomas Ryder. 


of Cl)e BlooD iftopai 

157. Descendants, if any surviving, of John Hatfeild of Laughton, 
co. York (Table XVI.), bapt. 24 Sept. 1G76 ; d. Nov. 1751 ; 
m. 17 Mar. 1698, Mary, da. and event, h. of Elkana Riche of 
Bullhouse, near Penistone, bur. 30 July 1742 ; and had issue 
la to 2a. 

la. Aurengzebe Hatfeild of Laughton, bapt. -1 June 1710; d. Aug. 1752; m. 
Dec. 1746, Susanna, da. of John Hatfeild of Hatfeild (who m. 2ndly, 24 June 1760, 
Capt. William Marshall of Newton Kyme (see below) and), d. 18 Nov. 1793; and 
had issue which became extinct 11 Jan. 1791. 

'2a. Rosamond Hatfeild, da. and in her issue (1791) h., d. (-) ; iu. ( — ) Barker 
of Mansfield ; and had issue (2 das.). 1 

158. Descendants, if any, of Antonia Hatfeild (Table XVII.), 
d. ( - ) ; m. E. Wilmot of Duffield ; or of Dorothy Hatfeild, 
wife of William Woodhouse of Reresbv, co. Leic. 

159. Descendants of William Marshall of Newton Kyme, co. York, 
Capt. Heavy Dragoons (Table XVIII. ), b. 1718; d. 12 June 
1775 ; m. 24 June 1760, Susanna, widow of Aurengzebe Hat- 
feild of Laughton (see above), da. of John Hatfeild of Hat- 
feild, d. 18 Nov. 1793 ; and had issue la. 

la. William Marshall of Newton Kyme and Laughton, Lieut-Col. West York- 
shire Militia, b. 17 July 1764 ; d. 17 Jan. 1815 ; m. 1793, Christiana, da. and event. 
h. of Godfrey Higgins of Skellow Grange and Wadworth, near Doncaster, d. 2 Oct. 
1832 ; and had issue lb to 26. 

lb. William Marshall, afterwards (R.L. 26 Dec. 1833) Hatfeild of Newton Kyme 
and Laughton, b. 17 June 1799; d. unm. 7 Sept. 1844. 

2b. Christiana Marshall of Laughton, Skellow Grange and Wadworth, d. ( - ) ; 
m. 9 Sept. 1825, Randall Gossip, afterwards (R.L. 16 Oct. 1844) Hatfeild of Thorp 
Arch, co. Yorks, b. 28 May 1800; d. 1S53; and had issue (with 3 sons and 4 das. 
who d.s.p. or whose issue is extinct) Ic to 2c. 

Ic. John Hatfeild of Thorp Arch and Laughton, J. P., b. 15 June 1846; d. 
5 July 1889 ; m. 10 June 1869, Mariana Frances, da. of Adolphe Davide, d. 14 Oct. 
1894 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. John Randall Hatfeild of Thorp Arch and Laughton (Edlington Hall, 
Homcastle, co. Lincoln; Thorp Arch Hall, Tadcaster ; Skellow Grange, Doncaster), 
b. 21 Sept. 1873 ; m. 23 Oct. 1901, Nest, da. of W. Hyde of Market Stainton Grange, 
co. Line. ; and has issue le. 

le. Christine Joyce Hatfeild. 

2c. Lucy Hatfeild, unm. [Nos. 39467 to 39469. 

160. Descendants of Frances Norcliffe (Table XVII.), Executor to 
her mother in 1686, m. after that year Nicholas Richards of 

1 Foster's " Yorkshire Pedigrees." 

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€I)e #lantagenet laoil 

161. Descendants of Sir John Swinburne, 3rd Bt. [E. 16G0] (Table 
XVIII.), b. 8 July 1G98 ; d. Jan. 1745; m. 1721, Mary, da. 
of Edward Bedingfeld of Gray's Inn, Counsellor-at-Law [son 
of Sir Henry Bedingfeld, 1st Bt. [E.JJ, d, 7 Feb. 1761 ; and 
had issue la to 6a. 

la. Sir John Swinburne, \th Bt. [£.], b. 2 July 1724; d. unm. 1 Feb. 17G3. 

2,7. Sir Edward Swinburne, blh Bt. [E.], b. 21 Jan. 1733 ; d. 2 Nov. 1786 ; m. 
1761, Christiana, da. and h. of Robert Dillon, d. 13 Aug. 1768; and had issue 
\b to 2b. 

lb. Sir John Edward Swinburne, 6th Bt. [E.], M.P., F.R.S., b. 6 Mar. 1762 ; 
d. 26 Sept. I860; m. 8/13 July 1787, £w& Elizabeth, da. of Richard Henry 
Alexander Bennet of Beckenham, d. 28 Mar. 1839 ; and had issue \c to ic. 

Ic. Edward Swinburne of Calgarth Park, Windermere, b. 21 June 1788 ; d.v.p. 
11 Nov. 1850; m. 1st, 13 Dec. 1819, Anna Antonia, da. of Capt. Robert Nassau 
Sutton, 58th Regt., d. 1811 ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Sir John Swinburne, 7th Bt. [E.], Capt. R.N", (ret.), J.P., High Sheriff 
co. Northbd. 1866, M.P. for Lichfield 1885-92 (Capheaton, Newcastle-on-Tyne), 
b. 1831 ; m. 1st, 1 Jan. 1863, Emily Elizabeth, da. of Rear-Adm. Henry Broadhead, 
R.N., d. 23 July 1881; 2ndly, 10 Sept. 1895, Mary Eleanor, da. and h. of John 
Corbett, d.s.p. 16 May 1900; 3rdly, 7 June 1905, Florence Caroline, da. of James 
Moffat of Windsor, D.L. ; and has issue le to 5e. 

le. Hubert Swinburne, LL.B. (Camb.), Capt. Northumberland Imp. Yeo- 
(Wellington ; Brooks'), b. 21 Jan. 1867 ; m. 20 Sept. 1905, Alice Pauline (see p. 43), 
da. of Nathaniel George Clay ten of Chesters, co. Northbd. ; and has issue If. 

If. Joan Swinburne, b. 7 Aug. 1906. 

le. Umfreville Percy Swinburne (Arthurs' ; Bachelors'), b. 24 Nov. 1868; m. 
31 July 1905, Arnoldine Georgiana, widow of ( — ) Peacocke, da. of Thomas Arnold 
Marten of Oystermouth, co. Glam. 

3e. Robert Swinburne, b. 10 Feb. 1871. 

ie. Marguerite Swinburne, unm. 

5c. Rameh Theodora Swinburne (24 Wilton Street, S.W.; Lacie, Abingdon, 
Berks), m. 19 July 1887, Richard Chamberlain of Oak Mount, Birmingham, d. 2 Ap. 
1899 ; and has issue If. 

If. Richard Chamberlain, b. 28 May 1888; drowned 26 May 1906. 

2d. Mary Swinburne, m. 11 Nov. 1862, Capt. William Ross, Gentleman Usher 
to Queen Victoria, d. 1874. 

3d. Ruth Swinburne, m. 27 Oct. 1858, William Edward Maude of Blawith, 
co. Lancaster, d. 1901. 

id. Jane Swinburne, m. 1860, Professor Paul Thumann, d. 1908; and had 

5d. Katheriue Sivinburne, d. 16 July 1896; m. 1863, Ferdinand Breymann ; 
and had issue. 

2c. Charles Henry Swinburne, Aim. R.N., b. 2 Ap. 1797; d. 4 Mar. 1877; 
m. 19 May 1836, Lady Jane Henrietta [descended from King Henry VII. (see the 
Tudor Roll, p. 193)], 'da. of George (Ashburnham), 3rd Earl of Ashburnham [G.B.], 
d. 26 Nov. 1896 ; and had issue (with others who d.s.p.) Id to 2d. 

Id. Algernon Charles Swinburne, the Poet, b. 5 Ap. 1837; A. unm. 10 Ap. 

2d. Isabel Swinburne (61 Onslow Square, S.W.). 

3c. Emily Elizabeth Swinburne, d. 19 Dec. 1882; m. 8 Ap. 1824, Sir Henry 
George Ward, G.C.M.G., Governor of Madras, d. there 2 Aug. 1860. 

4c. Elizabeth Swinburne, d. 1896 ; m. 7 June 1828, John William Bowden, 
d. 15 Sept. 1844. [Nos. 39470 to 39480. 

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of Cl)e Blooti IRopal 

2b. Robert (Swinburne), 1st Baron Swinburne (Freiherr von Swinburne) 
[Austria], so cr. 12/28 May 1863, a Gen. in the Imperial Service and Gov. of Milan, 
b. 12 July 1763; d. (-); m. ( — ); and had issue which became extinct 25 June 

3a. Henry Swinburne of Hamsterley, co. Durham, Vendre Master at Trinidad, 
Author of " Travels through Spain," " Travels in the Two Sicilies," &c, b. 19 Julv 
1743; d. at Trinidad Ap. 1803; m. 2-1 Mar. 1767, Martha, da. of John Baker of 
Chichester, Solicitor-Gen. of the Leeward Islands ; and had issue (with 4 sous and 2 
other das. who all d. unm.) lb to 4b. 

lb. Mary Frances Swinburne, d. 1828; m. 1793, Paul Benfield of Woodhall 
Park, co. Herts, and of Grosvenor Square, London, M.P. 

lb. Carolina Mariana Swinburne, d. 1856; m. Richard Walker of Michel 
Grove, co. Sussex. 

3b. Harriet Swinburne, d. 1861 ; m. 1814, John Walker of Purbrook Park, 
co. Hants. 

46. Maria Antonia Swinburne, d. 3 Sept. 1869 ; m. as 2nd wife, 20 Feb. 1811, 
Major-Gen. Oliver Robert Jones, 18th Hussars, 2nd son of Robert Jones of Fonman 
Castle, b. 8 Sept. 1776 ; and had issue lc to 3c. 

If. -RoJert Oliver Jones of Fonman Castle, J. P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Gla- 
morgan 1S3S, and Chairman of the Quarter Sessions for that co., b. 16 Dec. 1811 ; 
d. 13 Nov. 1886 ; m. 1st, 13 Sept. 1843, Alicia, 2nd da. of Evan Thomas of Llwyn- 
madoc, co. Brecon, &c, d. 1 Ap. 1S51 ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Oliver Henry Jones of Fonmon Castle, Bar.-at-Law, I.T., B.A. (Oxon.), J.P., 
D.L., and Vice-Chairman Glamorgan Quarter Sessions (Fonman Castle, Cardiff ; 
39 Ashley Gardens, S.W.), b. 7 Jan. 1846 ; m. 1900, Frances Beatrice, da. of George 
Lyall of Hedley, co. Surrey, J. P., M.P., Governor of the Bank of England. 

2d. Edith Alicia Jones, m. 14 Jan. 1874, Robert Arthur Valpy of the Inner 
Temple, Bar.-at-Law [eldest son of Robert Harris Valpy of Enborne Lodge, New- 
bury, J. P., D.L.] ; and has issue. 

2c. Oliver John Jones, Rear-Aim. R.N., h. 15 Mar. 1813; d. 11 Jan. 1878; 
m. 23 July 1872, Annie Maria Louisa, widow of N. E. Vaughan, da. of Edward 
War nster Strangeways of Alne, co. York. 

3c. Rosa Antonia Jones, d. (-) ; m. 9 Aug. 1838, the Rev. John Montague 
Cholmeley, M.A. (Oxon.), Vicar of Standen, co. Herts, b. 2 Dec. 1812; d. 31 Jan. 
1860 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Henry John Cholmeley, Capt. 16th Regt., b. 10 May 1842. 

2d. Antonia Cholmeley, m. 4 Ap. 1872, the Ven. William Conybeare Bruce, 
M.A. (Oxon.), Canon of Llandaff and Vicar of St. Woolas [nephew of the 1st Lord 
Aberdare] (St. Woolas' Vicarage, Newport, Monmouth) ; and has issue le to 2c. 

le. Montague William John Bruce, b. 19 Jan. 1873. 

2e. Mary Rosa Bruce. 

3d. Laura Selina Cholmeley. 

4a. Teresa Swinburne, d. Oct. 1786; m. 1746, Edward Charlton of Hesleyside 
and East Appleton, co. Northbd., d. 1767 ; and had issue lb. 

lb. William Charlton of Hesleyside, d. 19 Feb. 1797 ; m. 1778, Margaret, da. of 
John Fenwick of Morpeth, M.D., d. 12 Mar. 1833 ; and had issue lc. 

lc. William John Charlton of Hesleyside, &c, High Sheriff co. Northbd. 
1837, b. 6 May 1784 ; d. 25 Sept. 1846 ; m. 21 Oct. 1809, Katherine Henrietta, da. of 
Francis Cholmeley of Brandsby, co. York, d. 31 July 1849 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. William Henry Charlton of Hesleyside. J. P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Northbd. 
1857, b. 22 Oct. 1810; d. 15 June 1880; m. 20 June 1839, Barbara Anne 
[descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G.], da. of Michael Tasburgh (R.L. 
20 June 1810), previously Anne, of Burghwallis, d. 30 Jan. 1898 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, p. 385, Nos. 14629-14643. 

2d. Edward Charlton, D.C.L., M.D., b. 23 July 1814; d. 14 May 1874; m. 

[Nos. 39481 to 39502. 


€i)e |Mantagenet iRoll 

2ndly, 5 Ap. 1864, Margaret, da. of Mr. Serjeant Bellasis ; and had issue le 
to 6e. 

\e. Edward Francis Benedict Charlton.. R.N., 6. 21 Mar. 1865. 

2c. William Lancelot Stanislaus Charlton, b. 7 May 1867 ; m. Theresa Mary, 
da. of Thomas Walmesley of Lilystone, co. Essex; and has issue. 

3c. Oswin John Charlton, b. 15 Aug. 1871. 

ie. George Victor Bellasis Charlton, b. 16 Ap. 1873. 

be. Francis James Louis Charlton, b. 1 Aug. 1874. 

Ge. Elsie Janet Charlton, m. 30 Jan. 1899, Edward Doran Webb (Gaston House, 
\V ardour, Tisbury, S.O.). 

3d. Mary Charlton, d. 2 Aug. 1854; m. 12 June 1850, the Marquis Giuseppe 
Pasqualino of Palermo ; and had issue. 

5a. Mary Swinburne, d. (-) ; m. 1754. Edward Bedingfeld [2nd son of Sir 
Henry Arundell Bedingfeld, 3rd Bt. [£.], descended from King Henry VII., &c] ; 
and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, Table XLIV. 

Ga. Isabel Swinburne, d. (-) ; m. at Hovingham 1755, Thomas Cralhome of 
Ness, co. York; bur. 2 Feb. 1764 : and had issue (with 3 elder sons and 1 da. who 
all apparently d.s.p.) 16. 

16. George Crathome, afterwards Tasburgh of Cralhome, b. 23 A p. 1761 ; bur. 
9 Sept. 1825; m. Barbara, widow of George Tasburgh of Bodney, da. of Thomas 
Fitzhcrbert of Swinnerton, co. Staff., d. July 1808 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 384-385, Nos. 14618-14643. 

[Nos. 39503 to 39534. 

162. Descendants of Thomas Swinburne (Table XVTIL), b. 2 May 
1705 ; d. (-); m. Mary, widow of Thomas Thornton, da. and 
co-h. of Anthony Meaburne of Pontop Hall, co. Durham, 
d. 1 Feb. 1772; and had issue la. 

la. Thomas Swinburne of I'ontop Hall, co. Durham, d. Oct. 1825; m. 1781, 
Charlotte, da. and co-h. of Robert Spearman ; and had (with possibly others) issue 16. 

\b. Thomas Robert Swinburne of Pontop Hall, J. P., D.L., Lieut. -Gen. in the 
Army, b. Mar. 1794 ; d. 28 Feb. 1864 ; m. 1st, 8 Dec. 1818, Maria, da. of the Rev. 
Anthony Coates. d. 21 July 182U; 2ndly, Oct. 1826, Helen, da. of James Aspinall, 
d. 10 Mar. 1860 ; and had issue \c to 2c. 

Ic. Thomas Anthony Swinburne of Pontop Hall, and of EUean Shona, co- 
Inverness, Capt. R.N., b. 13 July 1820; d. 7 Dec. 1893; m. 21 July 1852, Mary 
Anne, da. of Capt. Edward Eraser, d. 21 Mar. 1894; and had issue Id to U. 

Id. Thomas Robert Swinburne, Major late R.M.A., Egyptian Medal and Bronze 
Star 1882 and Soudan Clasp 1SS4-1885 (Reeds, Liss, Hants ; United Service), b. 
4 Oct. 1853 ; m. 9 Mar. 1886, Louisa Gertrude, da. of Robert Stewart of Kinloch- 
moidart; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Thomas Anthony Stewart Swinburne,, Lieut. R.E., b. 6 Dec. 1886. 

2e. Margaret Frances Troth Swinburne. 

2 /. James Swinburne, F.R.S., an Engineer (Woodhurst, Oxted, Surrey; 82 Vic- 
toria Street, S.W.), b. 28 Feb. 1858 ; m. 1st, 28 Dec. 1886, Ellen, da. of R. H. Wilson 
of Gateshead-on-Tyne, M.D., d. 14 Jan. 1893 ; 2ndly, 25 May 1898, Lilian Gilchrist, 
da. of Sir (Thomas) Godfrey Carey, Bailiff of Guernsey; and has issue le to 4e. 

le. Anthony Swinburne, 6. 27 Dec. 1887. 

2e. Spearman Charles Swinburne, 6. 8 Jan. 1893. 

Ze. Ida Swinburne, 6. 2 Dec. 1899. 

4e. Marjorie Swinburne, 6. 19 Ap. 1904. 

3d. John Swinburne, formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. Black Watch (Hanasrtsburg, 
Transvaal), b. 18 Aug. 1861 [Nos. 39535 to 39543. 


of %\)t Blood iaopal 

id. Henry Swinburne, b. 9 Oct. 1S66; d. 28 /<m. 1900; m. 21 Aug. 1895, 
Annie, da. of Major Berkeley ; and had issue le. 

\e. Ti'oath Swinburne. 

2c. James Swinburne of Marcus, co. Forfar, D.L., Lieut. -Col. late ith Hussars, 
b. 29 July 1830; d. 1881 ; m. 20 Ap. 1870, Constance Mary [descended from the 
Lady Anne, sister of Kings Edward IV., &c] ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 548, Nos, 49562-49564. [Nos. 39544 to 39547. 

163. Descendants of Anne Swinburne (Table XVIII.), living 1708; 

on. (Settlement dated 2 Sept.) 1687, Nicholas Thornton of 
Netherwitton, co. Northbd., bur. 13 Mar. 1700 ; and had 
issue la to 8a. 

la. John Thornton of Netherwitton, took part in the '15, for which he was con- 
victed of high treason 7 July 1716, 6//^ reprieved 12 July following; bur. 16 Ap. 
1742; m. {Settlement dated 22 May) 1708, Margaret, da. of Rowland Eyre; and 
had issue lb to 7b. 

lb. Thomas Thornton of Netherwitton, d. 26 Oct. 1740; m. (Settlement dated 
20 Ap.) 1733, Mary, da. and co-h. of Anthony Meaburn of Ponlop, co. Durham 
(re-m. Indly, Thomas Swinburne, 3rd son of Sir William Swinburne, 3rd Bt.], b. 
4 Feb. 1713 ; bur. 28 Ap. 1786 ; and had issue le to 2c. 

Ic. Anne Thornton of Netherwitton, d. a. 1761. 

2c. Catharine Thornton of Netherwitton, m. as 2nd wife, 1758, William Salvin 
of Croxdale, d. 21 Jan. 1800 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 529, Nos. 48740-48777, and 48821-48835. 

2b. Nicholas Thornton, 2nd son, living 20 Ap. 1733. 

3b. James Thornton, will dated 27 May 1761; m. Elizabeth, da. of Roger 
Meynell, d. 17 Sept. 1762 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 337-338, Nos. 24570-24614. 

46. Rowland Thornton, living {and mentioned in father's will) 1 Dec. 1741. 

5b. Margaret Thornton, d. unm. 179-. 

6b. Anne Thornton, living 1740. 

76. Mary Thornton, d. at Morpeth 9 Nov. 1773 ; m. John Fenwick of Morpeth, 
M.D. ; and had issue le to 2c. 

Ic. James Fenwick of Netherwitton. 

2c. ( — ) Fenwick of Durham, M.D. 

2a. Nicholas Thornton, \ 

3a. William Thornton, 

ia. Henry Thornton, \ living 25 Dec. 1688. 

5a. Arthur Thornton, I 

6a. Anne Thornton, J 

la. Catharine Thornton, bur. 3 Oct. 1695. 

8a. Isabella Thornton, will dated 17 ll. 1 [Nos. 39548 to 39645. 

164. Descendants of Sir Henry Lawson of Brough, 2nd Bt. [E.] 

(Table XVIII.), b. c. 1663; d. 9 May 1726; m. c. 1688, 
Elizabeth, da. of Robert Knigiitley of Offchurch, co. Warwick, 
d. 1735 ; and had issue la to 3a. 
la. Sir John Lawson, 3rd Bt. [£.], b. c. 1689; d. 19 Oct. 1739; m. c. 1712, 

Mary, da. of Sir John Shellev of Michelgrove, 3rd Bt. [E.], d. ( - ) ; and had issue 

lb to 26. 

1 Hodgson's "Northumberland," I. ii. 318-319. 


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16. Sir Henry Lawson, 4th Bt. [E.], b. c. 1712 ; d. Od. 1781 ; m. Anastasia, 
da. of Thomas Maire of Lartington Hall, co. York, d. 5 Nov. 1764 ; a»^ /«arf issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, Table XXXIV, and pp. 318-320, Nos. 9215-9266, 
and Essex Volume Supp., p. 540, Nos. 9240/1-5. 

26. John Lawson of Bath, d. 23 /««. 1791; m. Elizabeth, da. of Thomas 
William Selby of Biddleston, co. Northumberland ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

lc. John Lawson of York, M.D., d. (-) ; m. Clariiia, widow of William Bir- 
mingham, da. of John Fallon of Cloona, co. Roscommon ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Clarinda Lawson, da. and h., d. 10 Jan. 1861 ; m. 2 Oct. 1825, Sir William 
Lawson (formerly Wright) of Brough, 1st Bt. [U.K.], d. 22 June 1865; and had 

See above, Nos. 39657-39672 ; also Clarence Vol., pp. 318-319, Nos. 9225-9240. 

2c. Elizabeth Lawson, d. 6 Aug. 1791 ; m. as 1st wife, John Webbe, afterwards 
(1782) Webbe-Weslon, of Sutton Place, co. Surrey; and apparently had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 704, Note 2, Nos. 58308-58327. 

2a. Anne Lawson, d. (-); m. 20 Sept. 1707, William Witham of Cliff e, 
co. York, will dated 8 Jidy 1723 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 558-560, Nos. 49748-49913. 

3,7. Elizabeth Lawson, bur. 21 Dec. 1732; m. 1714, Stephen Tempest of 
Broughton, d. 11 Ap. 1744; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 320-327, Nos. 9267-9505. 

[Nos. 39646 to 40143. 

165. Descendants of Ralph Blakiston of Chester-le-Street (Table 
XVIII.), d. (will dated 17 Mar. 1700, proved) 1704 ; m. Mary, 
da. of ( — ) Sampson of Chester-le-Street ; and had issue 
la to Go. 1 

la. William Blakiston, son and h. 1700; bur. 19 Feb. 1710. 
2a. Ralph Blakiston, 2nd sou, 1700; bur. 6 Feb. 1718. 

3a. Michael Blakiston, 3rd son, 1700; bur. at Chester-le-Street 6 June 1758; 
m. (-) ; and had issue lb to 25. 

16. Anne Blakiston, bapt. at Chester afsd. 28 Feb. 1739. 
26. Mary Blakiston, bapt. there 9 Feb. 1743. 

4a. Anthony Blakiston of Lowford, Bishop Wearmouth, 4th son 1700; b. c. 
1696; living 1732 aged 36. 

5a. Jane Blakiston, bur. a/ Chester 23 ATou. 1774; m. c. 1726, Sj> fla^/t 
Conyers of Horden, co. Durham, 5th Bt. [E. 1628], a Glazier in Chester-le-Street, 
bapt. there 20 June 1697 ; d. 22 Nov. 1767 ; and had issue 16 to 46. 

16. Sir Blakiston Conyers, Qth Bt. [£.], Capt. R.M., bapt. a* Chester 7 Dec. 
1721 ; bur. there until. 4 Now. 1791. 

26. Sir Nicholas Conyers, 1th Bt. [£.], bapt. 27 July 1729; d. 1796; m. 
( — ) [said to have been a niece of Lord Cathcart], d. at Greenock ; and had issue le. 

Ic. Sir George Conyers, 8th Bt. [E.], d.s.p. 

36. Sir Thomas Conyers, 9th Bt. [E-], bapt. 12 Sept. 1731; d.s.p.m.s. in the 
Workhouse at Chester-le-Street 15 Ap. 1810; m. 24 Jan. 1754, Isabel, da. of James 
Lambton of Whitehall, co. Durham, bur. 10 Nov. 1779 ; and had issue \c to 3c. 

Ic. Jane Conyers, b. 24 Jan. 1758; d. in 1813; m. at St. Margarets, Cross- 
gate, Durham, 19 Sept. 1778, William Hardy of Chester-le-Street, a working man.' 2 

2c. Elizabeth Conyers, b. 21 Nov. 1758; living \%l% ; m. at Chester-le-Street 
4 July 1785, Joseph Hutchinson of Chester-le-Street, a working man. 2 

1 Surtees' " Durham," ii. 231. 

- Burke's " Vicissitudes of Families," 2nd Series, p. 29. 

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3c. Dorothy Conyers, b. 5 Ap. 1762; living at Sedge field, co. Durham, 1813; 
m. at Richmond 30 Nov. 1795, Joseph Barker, a working man. 1 

■lb. William Conyers, Major Chatham Div. R.M., bapt. at Chester 14 July 
1735 ; d. at Rochester c. 1800 ; m. ( — ) ; and had issue \c. 

\c. Jane Conyers, living near London, and then aged about 13, 1800. ' 2 

6a. Elizabeth Blakiston, living unm. 1732; m. John Dunn of TuJhow, co. 
Durham ; and had issue lb to 2b. 3 
lb. John Dunn. 
2b. Margaret Dunn. 

166. Descendants, if any surviving, of James Lawson (Table XVIII.), 

d. ( - ) ; m. ( — ) ; and had issue la to 4a. 

la. Ralph Lawson. 

2a. Henry Lawson. 

3a. Mary Lawson, m. ( — ) Paston of co. Norfolk. 

ia. Elizabeth Lawson. 

167. Descendants, if any, of Anne Lawson (Table XVIII.), d. (-); 

to. Henry Widdrington of Bentland, co. Northumberland. 

168. Descendants, if any, of Margaret Constable (Table XIII.), d. 

1663 ; to. Sir Edward Stanhope of Edlington and Grimston, 
co. York. 

169. Descendants of Mary Constable (Table XIII.), will dated 

17 Ap. 1669, proved at York; to. c. 1610, Sir Thomas 
Blakiston of Blakiston, 1st Bt. [E.] (see footnote, p. 98), so cr. 
27 May 1615 ; d, 1630 ; and had issue la to 2a. 

la. Margaret Blakiston, b. 1611. 

2a. Mary Blakiston, m. Sir Thomas Smith of Broxton, co. Notts ; and had 

170. Descendants, if any surviving, of Joseph Constable of Upsall, 

co. York (Table XIII.), d. (-); m. Mary, da. of Thomas 
Cratiiorne of Crathorne, d. ( - ) ; and had issue. 
.See the Essex Volume, Exeter Supplement, p. 677. 

171. Descendants of Jane Pudsey (Table XIX.), bapt. 14 Nov. 

1683; bur. 17 July 1708; to. as 1st wife, 7 Aug. 1705, 
William Dawson of Langcliffe, J.P., Major Yorks Militia, 
d. June 1762 ; and had issue la. 

la. Ambrose Dawson of Langcliffe Hall and Bolton, F.R.C.P., b. Nov. 1707 ; 
d. 17 Dec. 1794 ; m. 1742, Mary, sister of Sir Willoughby Aston, 5th Bt. [£.], da. of 
Richard Aston ; and had issue lb to 5b. 

1 Burke's " Vicissitudes of Families," 2nd Series, p. 29. 

- Surtees' " Durham," i. 29. 3 Ibid. ii. 231. 

4 Burke's " Extinct Baronetage," p. 65. 


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16. Pudsey Dawson of Langcliffe Hall, Major of Liverpool and Col. Comdg. 
Royal Liverpool Vol., b. 16/27 Feb. 1752 ; d. 19 A p. 1816 ; m. 1774, Elizabeth Anne, 
da. of James Scott of Amsterdam, d. 2 Feb. 1837 ; and had issue (with 6 sons and 2 
das. who d. num.) le to 4c. 

lc. Richard Dawson of Liverpool, b. 14 Oct. 1783 ; d. 18 Feb. 1850 ; m. 2 June 
1812, Mary Anne, da. of William Perkin of Cartmell, co. Cumberland; and had 
issue Id to 2d- 

Id. Richard Pudsey Dawson of Delbury Hall, co. Salop, and Hornby Castle, co. 
York, &c, J. P., D.L., b. 10 Jan. 1821 ; d. (-) ; m Louisa Elizabeth, da. of Thomas 
Star hie Shutlleworlh of Preston ; and had issue le to le. 

le. Richard Pudsey Dawson, b. 30 Nov. 1859. 

le. Willoughby Pudsey Dawson, b. 30 Jan. 1862. 

3 c. Charles Pudsey Dawson, b. 14 Aug. 1863. 

le. Ambrose Pudsey Dawson, b. 4 July 1865. 

5e. Thomas Starkie Pudsey Dawson, b. 13 May 1867. 

6c. Mary Louisa Pudsey Dawson. 

le. Lucy Margaret Pudsey Dawson. 

2d. Mary Seamand Dawson, b. 15 May 1814 ; d. (-) ; m. 7 Feb. 1843, Henry 
Ribton Hoskins ; and had issue lc. 
le. Alexander Hoskins. 

2c. Edward Dawson, b. 1797 ; d. in Bermuda Jan. 1843 ; m. Eliza, da. of ( — ) 
Liot, d. (-) ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Elizabeth Anne Pudsey Dawson, m. the Rev. R. Burrowes. 

3c. Mary Dawson, b. 16 May (? Nov.) 1779; d. (-); m. 1809, Anthony 
Littledale of Liverpool, b. 2 Oct. 1777 ; d. 20 Jan. 1820 ; and had issue. 

lc. Jane Dawson, b. 1795; d. in childbirth 183- ; m. 1832, the Rev. John 
Jennings, Canon of Westminster ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Ambrose Dawson Jennings, b. 183-. 

26. William Dawson of Caius Coll., Cauib., 1771, b. 5 Sept. 1753; d. (-) ; m. 
1st, (—), da. of (—) O'Kill; Indly, at New York, Eleanor, da. of (—) Lee ; and had 
issue (with 2 other sons and 2 das. who all d. unm.) lc to 3c. 

lc. 1 Rev. Richard Dawson of Halton Gill, Rector of Bolton by Bolland, d. ( - ) ; 
m. 11 Aug. 1774, ( — ), da. of the Rev. William Hittton Long of Maids Moreton ; and 
had issue 2 das. who both d.s.p. 

2c. 2 William Dawson of New York, d. (-) ; m. ( — ), da. of ( — ) Jay; and had 
issue Id. 

Id. Mary Jay Dawson, m. 22 Sept. 1870, Col. Colville Frankland, late 2nd 
Batt. Royal Dublin Fusiliers [5th son of Sir Frederick William Frankland, 8th 
Bt. [E.]] (67 Brunswick Place, Hove; Junior United Service); and has issue le 
to 6c. 

lc. Robert Cecil Colville Frankland, Transvaal C.S., formerly Lieut. S. Staffs 
Regt., 6. 7 July 1877. 

le. Thomas Hugh Colville Frankland, Lieut. 2nd Batt. Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 
6. 17 Oct. 1879. 

3e. Katherine Marian Colville Frankland. 

4c. Eleanor Colville Frankland, m. 6 Ap. 1905, Thomas Maberley Cobbe 
(Newbridge House, Donabate, co. Dublin). 

5e. Beatrice Colville Frankland. 

6c. Mary Olive Elsie Frankland. 

3c 2 Frances Laura Dawson, b. 4 July 1814; d. 25 July 1904; m. 20 July 
1847, the Ven. William Macdonald, M.A., Archdeacon of Wilis and Canon Resi- 
dentiary of Salisbury, Vicar of Bishops Canning, b. 10 Aug. 1783 ; d. 24 June 1862 ; 
and had issue Id to 5d. [Nos. 40144 to 40159. 


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Id. Rev. Frederick William Macdonald, Rector of Wishford and Rural Dean 
(Wishford Rectory, Salisbury), b. 3 Ap. 1848 ; m. 6 Jan. 1874, Frances Lucy, da. of 
John Matthews of Pimperne, Dorset ; s.p. 

2d. Robert Estcourt Macdonald, b. 15 Aug. 1854; m. 1st, 10 Aug. 1891, Agnes 
Gwyn, da. of G. Gwyn Elger, d. 23 Aug. 1895; 2ndly, 17 Ap. 1909, Dorothy 
Horatia, da. of Col. Edmund Bacon Hulton ; s.p. 

3d. Eleanor Frances Macdonald, unm. 

id. Flora Georgiana Macdonald, m. 10 Ap. 1879, the Rev. Herbert William 
Sneyd Kynnersley, d.s.p. 1 Nov. 1886. 

5d. Marion Kinneir Macdonald, unm. 

3b. Richard Dawson, b. 21 A p. 1755; d. (-); m. Elizabeth, da. of William 
Crosbie ; and had issue le to 3c. 

le. Richard Crosbie Dawson, b. 7 Jan. 1799; d. 1 June 1880; m. 10 Ap. 1828, 
Annie, da. of George Ashby Pritl, d. 7 Feb. 1858; and had issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Rev. Richard Dawson, Vicar of Sutton Benger, co. Wilts, b. 1 July 1829 ; 
d. 19/«/y 1903; m. 21 Jidy 1863, Alice, da. of John Simmons of Moseley Heath, 
near Birmingham, d. 2 Jidy 1879 ; and had issue (with 3 das. who d. unm.) 
le to 3e. 

le. Richard Crosbie Dawson (Sutton Benger, Chippenham), b. 21 May 1871 ; 
m. 27 July 1908, Frances Sarah, da. of John Coller of Draycott Cerne, co. Wilts ; 
and has issue 1/. 

]/. Richard Pudsey Dawson, b. 22 June 1909. 

2e. Cyril John Dawson, b. 16 Ap. 1873; m. 26 Sept. 1904, Elizabeth, da. of 
Peter Pockett ; and has issue If. 

If. Richard Cyril Dawson, b. 14 Aug. 1905. 

3e. Willoughby Crosbie Dawson (Meadow Leigh, Fitton Road, Bristol), b. 
25 Mar. 1875 ; in. 25 Ap. 1905, Alice Mary, da. of Sydney Herbert of Bristol ; and 
has issue If. 

\f. Alice Doreen Maud Dawson, h. 17 Nov. 1905. 

2d. George James Crosbie Dawson of May Place (May Place, Newcastle, 
Staffordshire), b. 30 Ap. 1841 ; m. 7 Aug. 1872, Catherine Webber, da. of the Rev. 
George Mackie, D.D. ; and has issue le to 2e. 

le. George Crosbie Dawson, b. 3 May 1873 ; unm. 

2e. Constance Ethel Crosbie Dawson, unm. 

3d. Rev. Ambrose Pudsey Dawson, Rector of Harston (Harston Rectory, Gran- 
tham), b. 30 Mar. 1843; m. Mary, da. of the Rev. J. P. Middleton : and has issue 
le to 7c. 

le. Ambrose Middleton Dawson. 

2e. Hugh Pudsey Dawson. 

3e. Helen Mary Dawson. 

\e. Annie Ruth Dawson. 

5e. Margaret Pudsey Dawson. 

6e. Elizabeth Pudsey Dawson. 

le. Rachel Irene Dawson. 

id. Annie Mary Dawson ( 1 2 Warwick Crescent, London). 

5d. Harriet Dawson, m. 14 Sept. 1873, Joseph Wagstaff Blundell ; and has 
issue le. 

le. Benson Dawson Blundell, b. ( — ) ; m. and has issue. 

2c. William Ambrose Dawson, b. 21 Jan. 1800; d. Dec. 1860, m. June 1830, 
Charlotte Jemima, da. of (— ) Clay ; and had issue (with 2 sons who d. unm.) Id. 

[Nos. 40160 to 40184. 
301 2 Q 

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Id. Catherine Charlotte Dawson (18 Pembroke Road, Kensington, W.), m. as 
2nd wife, Oct. 1870 or 1874, Sylvester Frank Richmond [descended from the Lady 
Isabel Plantagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 128)], d.s.p. 4 Sept. 1894. 

3c. Elizabeth Dawson, b. 1794; d. 1867; m. 1823, Cast el William, Clay of 
Liverpool, b. 1795 ; d. 1845 ; and had issue (with a youngest son, Benjamin Sherard, 
d. unm.) Id to 2d. 

Id. Castel Pelham Clay, b. 1825 ; d. 1863 ; m. 1854, Eva Emily, da. of Charles 
Paid Berkeley ; and had issue (with a da. d. young) \e to 2e. 

le. Evelyn Emily Clay, b. Sept. 1855. 

2e. Charlotte Elizabeth Clay, b. Oct. 1857; m. 1894, the Rev. William 

2d. Charlotte Elizabeth Clay, b. 12 Aug. 1828; d. 28 May 1904; m. 19 Oct. 
1848, the Rev. Arthur Rawson of Bromley [3rd son of William Henry Rawson of 
Haugh End, co. York], b. 17 Sept. 1818; d. 18 May 1882; and had issue {with a 
son d. unm.) le to 9e. 

le. Herbert Evelyn Rawson (Comyn Hill, Il/racombe), b. 12 June 1852 ; 

2e. Henry Ernest Rawson, b. 13 Ap. 1854; m. Ap. 1894, Minna Alice, da. of 
( — ) Schwartz ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. Arthur Ernest George Rawson, b. 8 Oct. 1896. 

2/. John Sherard Rawson, b. Jan. 1900. 

3e. Charles Selwyn Rawson, b. 28 June 1855 ; m. 18 Ap. 1894, Alice Anne, da. 
of (— ) Cruickshank ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. Arthur John Selwyn Rawson, b. 8 July 1896. 

2/. Castel Dull Rawson, b. 30 Mar. 1906. 

3/. Dorothea Alice Jennetta Rawson, b. 30 Oct. 1907. 

4e. Sherard Rawson, b. 19 Nov. 1868; m. 1904, Althea, da. of (— ) Turpie. 

5e. Mary Sibella Rawson, unm. 

6e. Emily Frances Rawson, unm. 

le. Charlotte Arabella Rawson, m. 7 Feb. 1905, Martin Chichester Harris 
[descended from the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV. (see Essex Volume 
Supplement, p. 630)] (43 Cathcart Road, S.W.). 

8e. Ellen Beatrice Rawson, unm. 

9e. Ethel Rawson, m. 24 Sept. 1896, Capt. Archibald Thomas Carter, R.N., 
d. 30 Nov. 1899 ; and has issue 1/. 

If. Sybil Carter, b. 17 June 1897. 

ib. Mary Dawson, b. 29 Ap. 1747; d. (-) ; m. 15 Dec. 1778, William Crosbie 
of Liverpool. 

5b. Elizabeth Dawson, b. 18 Jan. 1750 ; d. (-) ; m. 17 Oct. 1776, Col. Charles 

Rooke ; and had issue. [Nos. 40185 to 40202. 

172. Descendants, if any surviving, of Elizabeth Pudsey, wife of 
John Webb (? AVeld) ; of her aunt, Elizabeth Pudsey, wife 
of Roger [son and h. of John] Talbot of Thornton ; and of 
her great-uncles and aunts : Stephen, bapt. at Bolton 11 Nov. 
1610; William, bapt. 1 Oct. 1615; Ralph, bapt. 19 Jan. 
1616; Valentine, 6«^. 18 Feb. 1618; Mary, living 1620; 
Isabel, bapt. 9 Nov. 1592, living 1620 ; Trothe, bajjt. 9 May 
1594, living 1620; Elizabeth, living 1620; Anne, bapt. 
11 Nov. 1610; and Jane, bapt. 25 Jan. 1612 (Table XIX.). 

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173. Descendants, if any, of Mary Pudsey (Table XIX.), b. 24 May 

1690; d. (-); m. at Houghton-le-Skerne 24 May 1708. 
William Hullock of Barnard Castle, Merchant, d. ( - ) ; and 
was father or grandfather of la. 1 

la. Timothy Hullock of Barnard Castle, a Master Weaver and proprietor of a 
timber yard there, b. c. 1732; d. 1805, aged 73 ;- m. ( — ); and had issue at 
least lb. 

\b. Sir John Hullock, Baron of the Exchequer, 16 A p. 1823; b. 3 Ap. 1707; 
d. (?s.p.) 31 July 1829 ; in. Mary, da. of {—), d. 18 Nov. 1852. 3 

174. Descendants, if any, of Catherine Pudsey (Table XIX.), m. 

Robert Place of Picton, co. York [2nd son of Christopher 
Place of Dinsdale, co. Durham], living 20 May 1696. 4 

175. Descendants of Thomas Pudsey of Hackfort, co. York (Table 

XIX.), b. 17 Aug. 1567; d. between 20 Feb. 31 May 1620; 
m. ( — ) ; and had issue (at least) la. 

la. Philippa Pudsey, living 1623, and a legatee under the will of her uncle, 
Ambrose Pudsey. 

176. Descendants of Catherine Trotter of Skelton Castle, co. York 

(Table XIX.), d. ( - ) ; m. Joseph Hall of Durham, d, 1733 ; 
and had issue let to 4«. 

la. John Hall, afterwards Stevenson, of Skelton Castle, the " Eugenius " of 
Sterne, b. c. 1718; d. 1785; m. Anne, da. and h. of Ambrose Stevenson of Manor 
House, co. Durham [by his wife Anne, da. and event, h. of Anthony Wharton of 
Gilling Wood, co. York], d. 1790; and had issue lb. 

lb. Joseph William Hall Stevenson of Skelton Castle, b. c. 1741 ; d. 1786; in. 
Anne, da. and h. of James Foster of Drumgoon, co. Fermanagh ; and had issue Ic 
to 5c. 

Ic. John Hall, afterwards (R.L. 20 Nov. 1807) Wharton of Skelton Castle, 
M.P., b. c. 1766 ; d. 2 June 1813 ; ra. Susan Mary Anne, da. of Gen. John Lambton 
of Lambton, d. 19 Aug. 1851 ; and had issue Id to Idfi 

Id. Susan Stevenson. 

Id. Margaret Stevenson. 

2c. James Hall, Major-Gen. list Light. Dragoons, d.s.p. 1841. 

3c. Rev. William Hall or Stevenson, afterwards Wharton, M.A., Vicar of 
Gilling, b. c. 1768 ; d. 26 May 1842 ; m. 19 Ap. 1808, the Hon. Charlotte [descended 
from the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV.}, da. of Thomas (Dundas), 1st Lord 
Dundas [G.B.], d. 5 Jan. 1855 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 259-260, Nos. 9764-9778. 

4c. Margaret Hall. [Nos- 40203 to 40217. 

1 Foster's " Yorkshire Families," Pudsey Pedigree. 

2 Gentleman's Magazine, 1829, ii. 275. 

3 D. N. B., Notes and Queries, 7th Series, viii. 48, 197 

4 Surtees' " Durham," iii. 236 ; Hutchinson's " Durhar 

5 Graves' " Cleveland," p. 354. 


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5c. Francis Hall, d. (? s.p.) ; m. 30 Oct. 1 792, the Hon. John Theophilus Rnwdon 
[2nd son of John, 1st Earl of Moira [I.]], b. 19 Nov. 1757; d. May 1808; and, 
according to some accounts, had issue. 

2a. George Hall, a Col. in the Army, d, (-); in. ( — ), natural da. of Lord 
William Manners, M.P. [2nd son of John, 2nd Duke of Rutland [£.], K.G.] ; and 
had issue (a da.). 1 

3(7. Thomas Hall, a Gen. in the Army, d. ( - ) ; m. (— ), da. of (—) Carter of 
co. Cambridge ; and had issue lb to 2b. 1 

lb. John Hall. 

2b. Elizabeth Hall. 

4<7. Frances Elizabeth Hall, d. (-) ; m. Walter Ramsden, afterwards Hawks- 
worth, of Hawksworth, co. York, d. 12 Oct. 1760; and had issue \b to 2b. 

lb. Walter Ramsden Beaumont Hawksworth, afterwards (R.L. 2 Sept. 178G, 
Fawkes, of Hawksworth and Farnley, High Sheriff co. York 1789, b. 1 1 Aug. 1746 ; 
d. 17 Oct. 1792 ; m. 28 Dec. 1768, Amelia, da. of James Farrer ; and had issue Ic 
to 6c. 

1c. Walter Ramsden Hawksworth, afterwards (R.L. 1 Dec. 1792) Fawkes, of 
Farnley, co. York, M.P., and High Sheriff 1823, b. 2 Mar. 1769; d. 1825; m. 1st, 
28 Aug. 1794, Maria, descended from the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV., 
&c], da. of Robert Grimston of Neswick, d. 10' Dec. 1813 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 676-678, Nos. 57242-57295. 

2c. Francis Ramsden Hawksworth, otherwise Fawkes, of Brambro Grange, 
Doncaster, b. 12 Oct. 1774; d. (-) ; m. Eliza Ann Mary [descended from the Lady 
Anne, sister of King Edward IV., &c], da. of Robert Grimston of Neswick, d. (-) ; 
and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 678-679, Nos. 57296-57321. 

3r. Rev. Ayscough Hawksworth, otherwise Fawkes, Rector of Leathley. 

ic. Rev. Richard Hawksworth, otherwise Fawkes, b. 17 Mar. 1780; d. (-); 
m. Isabella, da. of Sir Michael Pilkington, 6th Bt. [E.] ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Isabella Frances Hawksworth, da. and co-h., d. (-); m. Mar. 1824, 
James Pickering Ord of Langton Hall, co. Leicester ; and had issue (a da. who 
d. ? unm.). 

2d. Amelia Hawksworth, da. and co-h., b. 24 Sept. 1807 ; d. 17 June 1862 ; m. 
13 Sept. 1827, the Rev. Charles Vanden Bempde Johnstone, M.A., Canon of York, 
Vicar of Felixkirk [2nd son of Sir Richard, 1st Bt. [G.B.]], b. 24 Aug. 1800; d. 
15 May 1882 ; and had issue le to ie. 

le. Rev. Charles Vanden Bempde Johnstone, M.A. (Durham), Vicar of Hack- 
ness (Hackness Vicarage, Scarborough), b. 17 June 1828. 

2e. Laura Georgiana Vanden Bempde Johnstone (Bayard's Lodge, Knares- 

3e. Charlotte Frances Vanden Bempde Johnstone, d. 14 Mar. 1888 ; m. 8 Feb. 
1866, Edmund Walker of Mount St. John, Thirsk, d. 17 May 1873; and had issue 
If to 2f. 

If. Arthur John Walker (Mount St. John, Thirsk), b. 23 Dec. 1869. 

2/. Frederick Edmund Walker (Ravcnsthorpe Manor, Thirsk), b. 29 Mar. 1871. 

le. Caroline Vanden Bempde Johnstone (Bayard's Lodge, Knaresborough). 

3(7'. Maria Hawksworth, da. and co-h., d. (-); m. 9 June 1828, the Rev. 
Tlwmas Dayrell of Shudy Camps, co. Camb., M.A., J. P., D.L., Rector of Long 
Marston, b. 28 May 1802 ; d. 18 May 1866 ; and had issue le to le. 

le. Marmaduke Frances Dayrell of Shudy Camp, b. i Jan. 1834; d. unm. 

2e. Thomas Dayrell of Shudy Camps, Lieut.-Col. Bengal S.C., b. 1 May 1838 ; 
d.s.p. 1890. [Nos. 40218 to 40302. 

1 Graves' " Cleveland," p. 354. 

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3e. Rev. Richard Dayrell of Shudy Camps, Rector of Lillingstone Dayrell, b. 
8 June 1841 ; d.s.p. ; m. 21 July 1871, Evangeline Elizabeth Adelaide {Shudy Camps 
Park, Linton), da. of Samuel Orr of Innishannon, co. Cork, M.D. 

Ae. Isabel Jane Dayrell, m. 20 July 1869, Gerald Henry Baird Young, late 
43rd Light Infantry (F airtight House, Fawcett Street, S.W.) ; and has issue 1/ to 5/. 

If. Isabel Mary Young, unm. 

2/. Edith Gertrude Young, unm. 

3/. Geraldine Frances Young, unm. 

if. Isie Margaret Young, m. 23 July 1902, Edward Henry Smith-Wright; and 
has issue lg to 4g. 

\g. Edward Gerald Smith-Wright. 

lg. John Evelyn Smith-Wright. 

3g. Henry Gordon Smith- Wright. 

4g. Josephine Margaret Smith-Wright. 

5/. Gwendolen Mary Young, m. 5 Nov. 1902, Capt. Julian Mayne Young, A.S.O. ; 
and has issue Ig. 

lg. Dayrell Francis Mayne Young. 

5e. Mary Anne Dayrell (Leslie House, Spa Place, Cheltenham), unm. 

6c. Caroline Charlotte Dayrell, m. 25 Ap. 1876, the Rev. Henry West 
(103 Cheriton Road, Folkestone). 

le. Emily Elizabeth Dayrell, m. 25 Ap. 1878, Richard Samuel Bagnell (Ryall 
Hill, U ' pton-on-Severn, Worcester) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Richard Dayrell Bagnell, b. 23 Ap. 1879. 

if. Myrtle Dayrell Bagnell, b. 10 Aug. 1887. 

5c. Amelia Hawksworth, d. 25 June 1834 ; m. 12 May 1794, Godfrey Wentworth 
Wentworth (R.L. 10 Mar. 1789), formerly Armytage, of Wooley, M.P., J. P., D.L., 
High Sheriff co. York 1796 [3rd son of Sir George Armytage, 3rd Bt. [S.], M.P.], 
b. 9 May 1773 ; d. 14 Sept. 1834 ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Godfrey Wentworth of Woolley Park, co. York, J. P., D.L., &c, b. 14 Sept. 
1797 ; d. 22 Sept. 1865 ; m. 20 June 1822, Anne, da. of Walter Fawkes of Famley 
Hall, Co. York, d. 9 June 1842. 

See p. 304, Nos. 40261-40268 (Exeter Volume, p. 677. Nos. 57285-57292). 

2d. Catherine Frances Wentworth, d. 1838; m. 27 July 1822, John Marcus 
Clements of Glenbiy, co. Leitrim, M.P., Lieut.-Col. 18th Hussars [descended from the 
Lady Isabel Plantagenet], d. 1833 ; and hat issue. 

See the Essex Volume, p. 295, Nos. 32334-32338. 

3d. Dorothy Harriet Wentworth, d. ( - ) ; m. 2 July 1831, Sir Samuel Hancock, 
Senior Exon. of the Yeomen of the Guard. 

6c. Frances Elizabeth Hawksworth, d. (-); m. Charles John Brandling of 

2b. Frances Hawksworth, d. Dec. 1815; m. Le Gendre Starkie of Huntroyde, 
co. Lancaster, d. 20 Sept. 1791 ; and had (with possibly other) issue lc. 

lc. Le Gendre Pierce Starkie of Huntroyde, J -P., Vice-Lieut, co. Lancaster and 
High Sheriff 1806, b. 1770 ; d. 25 Oct. 1807 ; m. Charlotte, da. of the Rev. Benjamin 
Preedy, D.D., Rector of Brington, d. 30 Ap. 1801 ; and had issue (with 2 elder sons 
and a da. who d.s.p.) 1^ to 2d. 

Id. Le Gendre Nicholas Starkie of Huntroyde, J. P., D.L., M.P. for Pontefract 
1826-1830, b. 1 Dec. 1799; d. 15 May 1865; m. Feb. 1827, Anne, da. of Ambrose 
Chamberlain of Rylston-in-Craven, co. York, d. 27 Dec. 1888 ; and had issue le to ie. 

le. Le Gendre Nicholas Starkie of Huntroyde, J. P., D.L., and High Sheriff co. 
Lancaster 1868, M.P. for Clitheroe 1853-1856, Col. Comdg. 3rd Baft. E. Lancashire 
Regt., b. 10 Jan. 1828 ; d. 13 Ap. 1899 ; m. 15 Oct. 1867, Jemima Monica Mildred 
[descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G., brother of King Edward IV. (see 
Clarence Volume, p. 321)] (Ribbleton Hall, Preston), da. of Henry Tempest of 
Lostock Hall, co. Lane. ; and had issue If to 2f. [Nos. 40303 to 40330. 


CJe jMantagenet i&oll 

If. Edmund Arthur Le Gendre Starkie of Huntroyde, J.P., Capt. 4th Batt. E. 
Lancashire Eegt. (Huntroyde, Burnley; Lovely Hall, Blackburn), b. 10 Feb. 1871 ; 
m. 19 July 1898, Maud Margaret Dolores Anne [descended from the Lady Anne, 
sister of King Edward IV. (see the Exeter Volume, p. 465)], da. of Major William 
Michael Ince Anderton of Euxton Hall, co. Lane. ; s.p.s- 

2/. Pierce Cecil Le Gendre Starkie, Lieut. Lancashire Hussars, b. 14 Sept. 1882. 

2e. John Pierce Chamberlain Starkie of Ashton Hall, co. Lane, LL.D., J.P., 
M.P. for N.E. Lancashire 1868-1880, b. 28 June 1830; d. 12 June 1888; m. 
27 June 1861, Anne Charlotte Amelia (Scarlhwaite, near Lancaster), da. of Har- 
rington George Frederic Hudson of Bessingby, co. York ; and had issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Francis Chamberlain Le Gendre Starkie (Ashton Hall, Lancaster), b. 30 Mar. 
1863 ; m. Ellen, da. of (— ) Cooper. 

2/. Charlotte Le Gendre Starkie, m. as 2nd wife, 28 July 1885, James Edward 
Piatt, J.P. (Bruntwood, Cheshire). 

3/. Susan Katherine Le Gendre Starkie, unm. 

3e. Eev. Henry Arthur Starkie, M.A. (Camb.), formerly Rector of Radcliffe, 
Manchester, b. 1 Jan. 1838. 

ie. Anne Elizabeth Starkie, d. 24 Jan. 1869 ; m. 19 Aug. 1858, the Rev. George 
William Horton, M.A., Vicar of Wellow, cadet of Horton of Howroyde, co. York 
[and a descendant of King Henry VII. (see the Tudor Roll, p. 465)], d. 6 May 
1886 ; and had issue 1/ to If. 

If. Rev. Le Gendre George Horton, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of "Wellow (Wellow 
Vicarage, Bath), b. 12 July 1859 ; m. 3 Sept. 1891, his cousin Mabel Augusta 
Hawksworth [descended from Edward III. both through Lady Anne, sister of King 
Edward IV., and through Mortimer-Percy], da. of the Rev. Frederick Fawkes ; and 
has issue lg to 3g. 

lg. Le Gendre George William Horton, b. 14 June 1892. 

2g. Frederick Henry Le Gendre Horton, b. 8 Aug. 1894. 

3g. Dorothy Mary Horton. 

2/. Anne Frances Horton, m. 16 Aug. 1888, the Rev. Atherton Gwillym 
Rawstorne, Suffragan Bishop of Whalley 1909 and Rector of Croston (Croston Rec- 
tory, Preston) ; and has issue lg to Gg. 

lg. Richard Atherton Rawstorne, b. 13 Mar. 1893. 

2g. George Streynsham Rawstorne, b. 22 Jan. 1895. 

3g. Robert Gwyllim Rawstorne, b. 16 Nov. 1907. 

4g. Frances Marion Rawstorne. 

5g. Jennett Rawstorne. 

6g. Marjory Ella Rawstorne. 

2d. Charlotte Le Gendre Starkie, d. 13 Dec. 1848 ; m. as 1st wife, 12 June 1819, 
Col. Henry Armytage, Coldstream Guards [3rd son of Sir George Armytage, Uh Bt. 
[£.]], b. 29 Oct. 1796; d. 30 Oct. 1861 ; and had issue le to 3e. 

le. Henry Armytage, Col. Coldstream Guards, b. 1 Feb. 1828 ; d. 18 Ap. 1901 ; 
m. 12 Feb. 1851, the Hon. Fenella [descended from King Henry VII.], da. of 
Maurice Frederick (FitzHardiuge Berkeley), 1st Baron FitzHardinge [U.K.], G.C.B., 
d. 20 Nov. 1903 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Boll, p. 472, Nos. 33061-33065. 

•le. Harrictle Elizabeth Armytage, A. Ap. 1901 ; m. 15 June 1858, Richard John 
Streatfeild [Ith sou of Henry Streatfeild of Chiddingstone, co. Kent, J. P., D.L.], 
b. 7 Nov. 1833 ; d. 22 Mar. 1877 ; and had issue If to If. 

If. Mervyn Armytage Streatfeild. 

2/. Roland Henry Armytage Streatfeild. 

3c. Emma Armytage, d. 27 Dec. 1881 ; m. as 1st wife, 14 Oct. 1858, Rev. 
the Hon. Henry Bligh [3rd son of Edward, 5th Earl of Darnley [I.], and a 
descendant of George, Duke of Clarence, K.G.], d. 4 Mar. 1905; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, p. 288, Nos. 7788-7799. [Nos. 40331 to 40366- 


of CDe Moot) mopal 

177. Descendants, if any surviving, of Catherine Trotter (Table 

XIX.), d. (-); m. as 2nd wife, William Bower of Brid- 
lington, co. York, b. 1G54 ; d. (-) ; and had issue In to 4a, 1 

la. Henry Bower of York, and afterwards of Killcrby Hall, near Scarborough, 
d. num. 1770. 

la. George Bower of Bridlington, d. (-) ; m. ; and had issue 16. 

16. Freeman Bower of Killerby Hall and Bawtry, co. York, J.P., D.L. 

3a. Robert Bower of Sleights, near Whitby and Welham, d.s.p. 1777. 

4a. Mary Bower, d. (-) ; m. 1st, 1727, Peter Whitton, Lord Mayor of York 
1728, d. ( - ) ; 2ndly, 1742, George Perrott, Baron of the Exchequer. 

178. Descendants, if any, of Margaret Trotter, wife of George 

Lawson ; and of Hannah Trotter, wife of Charles Perrott ; 
of Hogh Trotter, George Trotter, and their sister Mary, 
wife of John Fulthorpe of Tunstall, co. Durham ; and of 
Elizabeth Trotter, wife of George Nevill (Table XIX.). 

179. Descendants of Anthony Meynell of Kilvington, co. York 

(Table XIX.), b. 1592; d. 1669; m. Mary, da. of James 
Twaites of Long Marston, co. York, d. 1669 ; and had issue 
la to 6a. 

la. Thomas Meynell of Kilvington, b. 1615; d. (-); m. 1637, Gerard, da. of 
William Ireland of Nostel Abbey, co. York [m. Indly, Capt. Edward Saltmarshe] ; 
and had issue lb to 56. 

16. Roger Meynell of Kilvington, b. 1639/40; bur. 9 Nov. 1683; m. Mary 
[descended from the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV.], da. and h. of Sir 
John Middleton of Thurntofte, bur. 30 Ap. 1685; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table XXII., and pp. 336-338, Nos. 24536-24614. 

26. John Meynell. 

36. William Meynell. 

46. Mary Meynell, bur. at Goodraingate, co. York, 9 Feb. 1686; m. John 
Brigham of Wyton. 

56. Elizabeth Meynell. 

2a. Winifred Meynell, m. 1st, Thomas Killingbeck of Allerton Grange, co. York ; 
2ndly, Thomas Barlow of Barlow, co. Lane. 

3a. Clare Meynell, d. (-) ; m. c. 1658, Sir Richard Foster, 2nd Bt. [£.], d. c. 
(?) 1680 ; and had issue lb to 26. 

16. Sir Richard Foster, 3rd Bt. [£.], b. c. 1653 ; d.s.p. a. 1714. 

26. Mary Foster, d. ( - ) ; m. ( — ) Collingwood of Helton in the Hole, co. 

4a. Collett Meynell. 

5a. Catharine Meynell. 

6a. Frances Meynell. [Xos. 40367 to 40445. 

180. Descendants, if any, of Mary Meynell, wife of George Pole of 

Spinkhill ; and of Anne Meynell, wife of Thomas Grange of 
Harlsey, co. York (Table XIX.). 

1 Burke's " Landed Gentry." 

Cl)e jMantagenet i&oll 

181. Descendants, if any, of Catherine Cholmley (Table XIII.), 

d. (-)', m. Richard Button of Whitby. 

182. Descendants of Conyers (Darcy), 1st Earl of Holderness 

(1682), 5th Lord Conyers (1509), and 2nd Lord Darcy and 
Conyers (1641) [E.] (Table XX.), bapt. 24 Jan. 1599; d. 
14 June 1689 ; m. a. June 1619, Grace, da. and h. of Thomas 
Rokeby of Skiers, co. York, bur. 4 Jan. 1658 ; and had issue 
la to 4a. 

la. Conyers {Darcy), '2nd Earl of Holderness, &c. [£.], b. c. 1620; d. 13 Dec. 
1692; m. Indly, 6 Feb. 1650, Lady Frances, da. of Thomas (Howard), lit Earl of 
Berkshire [E.\ bur. 10 Ap. 1670 ; and had issue. 

See tbe Clarence Volume, Table LXXVIII., and pp. 626-637, Nos. 28040- 

la. Lady Ursula Darcy, d. (-) ; m. Sir Christopher Wyvill, 3rd Bt. [E.], M.P., 
bur. 8 Feb. 1681 ; and had issue. 

See tbe Exeter Volume, Table LIL, and pp. 549-553, Nos. 49588-49656. 

3a. Ladv Elizabeth Darcy, bapt. 8 Dec. 1624; d. (-); m. 18 Oct. 1650, Sir 
Henry Stapylton of Myton, 1st Bt. [£.], so cr. 22 June 1660, M.P., d. 1679; and 
had issue. 

See pp. 99-117, Nos. 10149-10723. 

4a. Lady Grace Darcy, d.s.p.m. a. 1658; m. as 1st wife, 18 Oct. 1655, Sir 
John Legard of Ganton, 1st Bart. [£.], so cr. 29 Dec. 1660; d. 1678; and had 
issue lb. 

lb. Grace Legard, aged 18, 31 Aug. 1665: m. John Hill of Thornton, co. York. 

[Nos. 40446 to 41899. 

183. Descendants, if any surviving, of the Hon. Sir William Darcy 

(Table XX.), d. (-) ; m. Dorothy, da. of Sir George Selby 
of Newcastle ; and had issue. 1 

184. Descendants of Maria Catherine Darcy (Table XX.), d. 

21 Aug. 1747; m. May 1738, Sir Robert Hildyard of 
Winestead, 3rd Bt. [E.], M.P., d, 1 Feb. 1781 ; and had issue 
la to 2a. 

la. Sir Robert Darcy Hildyard, ith Bt. [E.], b. 1743 ; d.s.p.s. 6 Nov. 1814. 

2a. Catherine Hildyard, d. ( - ) ; m. as 2nd wife, James Whyte of Denbies, 
co. Surrey, d. (-) ; and had issue lb. 

lb. Anne Catherine Whyte, da. and event, sole h., d. (-); m. May 1815, 
Col. Thomas Blackborne Thoroton, afterwards (R.L. 23 May 1815) Hildyard of 
Flintham, co. Notts, d. July 1830; and had issue Ic to 8c. 

lc Thomas Blackborne Thoroton Hildyard of Flintham Hall, M.P., J. P., D.L., 
High Sheriff co. Notts 1862, and Chairman Quarter Sessions, b. 8 Ap. 1821; d. 
19 Mar. 1888; m. 3 May 1842, Anne Margaret, da. of Col. John Staunton Roch- 
fort of Clogrenaiie, co. Carlow ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Thomas Blackborne Thoroton Hildyard of Flintham, J.P., late Lieut. Rifle 
Brigade (Flintham Hall, near Newark), b. 10 Mar. 1843 ; m. 18 July 1871, Eleanor, 
da. of the Right Hon. Henry Herbert of Muckross, co. Kerry, P.O. ; s.p. 

[No. 41900. 

1 Plantagenet Harrison's "History of Yorkshire," p. 119. 

of %\)t Bloot) i&opal 

•2d. Robert Charles Thorolon Hildyard, Capt. R.E., b. 3 Nov. 1811 ; d. (? s.p.) 
25 Jan. 1885; m. 31 ^4?/g. 1871, Anne Catharine (see below), da. of Robert D'Arcy 
Hildvard of Colbum, d. 190G ; and had issue (with an elder son, Robert, who d. unm. 
1908) le to 3e. 

le. Cecil Thoroton Hildyard (Canada). 

2e. Dorothy Anne Florence Thoroton Hildyard, m. 8 Aug. 1895, the Rev. 
Lyonel DArcy Hildyard, Rector of Rowley [himself descended from King Edward 
III. through Mortimer-Percy (Rowley Rectory, Hull) ; and has issue. 

See p. 155, Nos. 16776-16777. 

3e. Kathleen Hildyard, unm. 

M. Sir Henry John Thoroton Hildyard, K.C.B., Col. H.L.I., formerly Gen. 
Comdg. Troops in South Africa 1904-1908, Director-Gen. of Mil. Education and 
Training at Headquarters 1903-190-1, &c, served in S. Africa 1899-1902 in command 
of 2nd Brigade and subsequently of 2nd Division, Egypt (Medal with Clasp and 
Bronze Star) 1882, <fcc. (United Service), b. 5 July 1816 ; m. 20 May 1871, Annette, 
da. of Adm. James Prevost ; and has issue leto 3e. 

le. Harold Charles Thoroton Hildyard, Major R.F.A., b. 16 July 1872; in. 
18 Aug. 1909, Selina, da. of the Rev. Savile L'Estrange Malone. 

2e. Gerard Moresby Thoroton Hildyard, Bar.-at-Law, b. 3 June 1874. 

3e. Reginald John Thoroton Hildyard, Capt. Royal West Kent Regt., b. 1 1 Dec. 

id. Edith Mary Thoroton Hildyard, m. 28 Mar. 1895, Edward Bromley, Clerk 
of Assize (12 Eccleston Square). 

2c. Robert D'Arcv Hildyard of Cobum Manor, co. York, b. Sept. 1823; d. 
23 Oct. 1882; m. 21 Sept. 1842, Anna F. J., da. of Capt. Lauford Burne, 3rd 
Dragoon Guards, d. 4 Mar. 1896 ; and had issue Id to od. 

Id. Robert Maxwell Thoroton D'Arcy Hildyard of Cobum, Capt. iiSth Durham 
L.I., b. 4 Oct. 1867; d. 11 Mar. 1907; m. Gertrude Mary (Cobum Manor, near 
Richmond, Yorks), da. of Edward Bunion ; and, had issue le to 2e. 

le. Robert Vernon Saville D'Arcy Hildyard of Cobum Manor, b. 2 Ap. 1901. 

2e. Christopher John Ross Thoroton DArcy Hildyard, b. 27 Jan. 1907. 

2d. Wilhelmina Catharine Hildyard, d. 1896 ; m. Charles Irwin, Royal Irish 
Fusiliers, d. ( - ) ; and has issue le to ie. 

le. Charles Irwin. 

le. Frederick Irwin. 

3e. Annie Irwin. 

ie. Marie Elsie Irwin, m. 1 Oct. 1901, William Ashford, M.D. (Rivcrsmeet, 
Topsham, R.S.O., Devon) ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Christopher Lee Ashford, b. 1 Aug. 1908. 

3d. Anne Catharine Hildyard, d. 1906; m. 31 Aug. 1871, Robert Charles 
Thoroton Hildyard (see above), d. 25 Jan. 1885 ; and had issue. 

See above, Nos. 41901-41905. 

id. Mary Hildyard, in. Major Charles Urquhart, late 87th Regt., d. Nov. 1909 ; 
and has issue le to 2e. 

le. Charles Frederick Urquhart, b. ( — ); m. Sybil, da. of ( — ) Betherton. 

2e. Florence Urquhart, m. Col. Henry Denne Robson, formerly Col. Comdg. 
Queen's Regt. 

5d. Florence Sophia Ann Hildyard (Vames, Lympstone, Devon) ; m. 16 Nov. 
1886, Col. William Robert Purchas, R.E., d. 23 Oct. 1909; and has issue It' to 2e. 
le. Annie Florence Emily Purchas. 
2e. Dorothy Marian Purchas. 
3c. Henry Charles Hildyard, d. (? s.p.). 

4c. John George Bowes Hildyard of Winestead, J. P. (Cherry Burton House, 

[Nus.'41901 to 41929. 
309 2 R 

Cl)e 0lantagenet i&oll 

Hull), b. 8 June 1828 ; m. 12 Feb. 1857, Caroline, da. of Robert Dennison of Wapling- 
ton Manor, eo. York, d. 5 Jan. 1894 ; and has issue (with 2 sons who d.s.p.) Id to 2d. 

Id. Mabel Hildyard. 

2d. Evelyn Caroline Hildyard. 

5c. Anne Catharine Hildyard, d. (? num.). 

6c. Mary Anne Hildyard. 

7c. Elizabeth Frances Hildyard, d. 3 Ap. 1894; m. 17 .1/ar. 1741, Sir John 
Charles Thorold, 11th Bt. [£.], b. 26 /««« 1816; d. 26 Ap. 1866; and had issue 
{with a tth son and da. who d.s.p.) Id to id. 

Id. Sir John Henry Thorold, 12th Bt. [E.], Hon. LL.D. (Camb.), J.P., D.L., 
High Sheriff eo. Line. 1876 and M.P. for Grantham 1865-1868 (Syston Park, near 
Grantham; Carlton), b. 9 Mar. 1842; m. 3 Feb. 1869, the Hon. Alexandria 
Henrietta Matilda [descended from the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV., &c], 
da. of Henry (Willoughby). 8th Baron Middleton [G.B.] ; and has issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 613, Nos. 52198-52203. 

2d. Montague George Thorold, formerly Mid. R.N. (Honington Hall, Grantham ; 
1 Abbot's Court, Kensington Square, W.), b. 23 Aug. 1845 ; m. 2 July 1881, Emmeline 
Laura, Dowager Lady Rivers [U.K.], da. of Capt. John Pownell Bastard (see p. 73). 

3d. Cecil Thorold of Boothby, co. Line, J. P., D.L., Capt. 1st Life Guards, 
b. 5 Oct. 1847; d. 26 Feb. 1895; m. 2 Sept. 1875, Annie Charlotte, da. of Gen. 
Edwa d Stopford Claremont, C.B. [who m. 2ndly, 25 Sept. 1902, Ralph Henry 
Seymour Hall, d. 29 Jan. 1903] ; and had issue le. 

\e. Marguerite Thorold, m. 21 Sept. 1897, the Hon. Maurice Raymond Gifford, 
C.M.G. [4th son of Robert Francis, 2nd Baron Gifford [U.K.], and descended mater- 
nally from King Henry VII. (see the Tudor Roll, p. 470)] (Boothby Hall, Grantham) : 
and has issue 1/ to if. 

If. Charles Maurice Elton Gifford, b. 4 Mar. 1899. 

2/. Diana Frederica Gifford. 

3/. Joan Gifford. 

if. Vera Mary Gifford. 

id. Edith Mary Thorold (9 Wilbraham Place, S.W.). 

8c. Esther Sophia Hildyard. [Nos. 41930 to 41947. 

185. Descendants of James Darcy of Sedbury Park, co. York, M.P. 

(Table XX.), b. a 1621; d. (-); m. Isabel, da. of Sir 
Marmaduke Wyvill, 2nd Bt. [E.] ; and bad issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table LIL, and pp. 554-558, Nos. 49657-49747. 

[Nos. 41948 to 42038. 

186. Descendants of the Hon. Barbara Darcy (Table XX.), b. 3 May 

1600 ; bur. 31 Mar. 1696 ; m. 22 Ap. 1617, Matthew Hutton 
of Marske, co. York, a well-known Royalist, b. 20 Oct. 1597 ; 
d. (-) ; and had issue 1« to 7a. 

la. John Hutton of Marske, b. 6 Oct. 1625; d. 21 Mar. 1664; m. (Articles 
dated 13 Sept.) 1651, Frances, da. of Bryan Stapylton of Myton, co. York, bur. 
5 May 1684 ; and had issue. 

See p. 120, Nos. 10978-11168. 

2a. Dorothy Hutton, b. 22 July 1620 ; bur. (?) 6 Aug. 1644 ; m. as 1st wife, Sir 
Philip Warwick. 

3a. Elizabeth Hutton. b. at Richmond i. Mar. 1630. 

4a. Barbara Hutton, b. at Richmond 23 Oct. (? Nov.) 1630 ; m. at Marske 16/25 
A p. 1655, Thomas Lister of Bawtry and of the Inner Tempi;, d. at Bawtry 4 May 
1670 [Nos. 42039 to 42229. 


of m)t Blooti iaopal 

5a. Mary Hutton, b. at Marske 4 Feb. 1637; m. at Richmond a. 1662 (not 
12 June 1663), Richard Peirse of Hutton Bonville ; and had issue \b to ib. 

\b. John Peirse of Lasenby Hall, co. York, b. 1662; d.v.p. 5 Oct. 1694; m. 
Elizabeth, da. of Sir Henry Marwood, Bt., d. 26 Mar. 1726; and had issue \c 
to 3c. 

lc. Henry Peirse of Bedale, M.P., b. 1692; .1. 1759; m. Anne, da. of (— ) 
Johnson ; and had issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Henry Peirse >of Bedale and Hutton Bonville, M.P., b. 1754; d. 1824; m. 
16 Aug. 1777, the Hon. Charlotte Grace, da. of John (Monson), 2nd Baron Monson 
[G.B.I d. 19 July 1793 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 244-246, Xos. 9156-9244. 

2d. Anne Peirse, d. 6 Ap. 1809 ; m. John Sawrey Morritt of Rokeby Park, co. 
York, d. 3 Aug. 1791 ; and had issue \e to 2e. 

lc-. John Bacon Sawrey Morritt of Rokeby Park, M.P., the well-known classical 
scholar and traveller, b. 1771 ; d.s.p. 12 July 1843. 

2e. Rev. Henry Morritt, d. (-) ; m. Alice Margaret, da. of the Rev. F. Cookson, 
Vicar of Leeds ; and had issue (with a da., Mrs. Hely Hutchinson, d.s.p.) 1/ to 2/. 

1/. William John Sawrey Morritt of Rokeby Park, M.P., b. 12 Sept. 1813; 
d.s.p. 13 Ap. 1874. 

2/. Robert Ambrose Morritt of Rokeby Park, J. P., D.L., b. 9 May 1816; d. 
1890; m. 11 Ap. 1872, Mary Blanche Mitchell [a descendant of King Henry VII. 
(see the Tudor Roll, p. 550)], da. of Alexander Mitchell Innes of Ayton Castle [by 
his wife Charlotte, da. of Sir Thomas Dick Lauder, 1th Bt. [S. 1690]; and had issue 
(with 2 sons d.s.p.) lg to 5g. 

\g. Henry Edward Morritt of Rokeby Park, Lieut. Royal Warwickshire Regt. 
(Rokeby Park, Barnard Castle; Collon Lodge, Tadcaster ; 17 Southwell Gardens, 
S.W.), b. 3 Mar. 1880; m. 1903, C4race Lillia, da. of (— ) Chapman of Highland 
Park, Illinois. 

2g. Charlotte Greta Morritt. 

3g. Florence Catherine Morritt. 

ig. Hilda Mary Morritt. 

5g. Linda Beatrice Morritt. 

2c. Mary Peirse, b. 1686. 1 
3c. Dorothy Peirse, b. 1693. 1 

26. Thomas Peirse of Hutton Bonville and Thimbleby, will dated 9 Sept. 1720 ; 
prov. 9 June 1725 ; m. 2 Ap. 1700, Anne [descended from the Lady Anne, sister of 
King Edward IV. (see the Exeter Volume, Table XVII.)], da. and co-h. of Sir 
William Hustler of Acklam, d. Dec. 1753 ; and had issue (with others known to have 
d.s.p.) lc to 7c. 

lc. William Peirse of Hutton Bonville and Thimbleby, bur. 29 Jan. 1753; m. 
1726, Dorothy [sister of Joseph, and] da. of ( — ) Stillington of Kelfield, co. York; 
and had issue Id. 

Id. Mary Peirse, da. and event, h., m. the Rev. Edward Stillingfleet of West 
Bromwich, co. Stafford. 

2c. Richard Peirse of Hutton Bonville and Thimbleby, d. 26 June 1759 ; m. 
Rachel [sister of William, and] da. of ( — ) Bayne, d. 24 Jan. 1771 ; and had issue 
Id to 2d. 

Id. Richard William Peirse of Hutton Bonville, &c, b. 20 Jan. 1753; d. 
25 Nov. 1798; m. 1780, Elizabeth, da of Christopher Fawcett of Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
d. 3 Sept. 1791 ; and had issue le to 3e. 

le. Richard William Christopher Peirse of Thimbleby Lodge, b. 28 June 1781 ; 
d. 18 Dec. 1844 ; m. 29 Aug. 1803, Maroa, da. of the Rev. Richard Clarke of Bedale, 
d. 20 Aug. 1859 ; and had issue 1/ to if. [Nos. 42230 to 42:i23. 

1 Foster's " Yorkshire Families." 


%\)t i&lantagenet iaoii 

If. Richard William Peine of Northallerton, Capt. 3rd Dragoon Guards and 
afterwards Registrar of Deeds for the North Riding, b. 14 Aug. 1804; d. 24 July 
1872 ; m. 23 Oct. 1831, Mary Anne Eliza, widow of J. S. Highatt of Lower Cheve, 
near Exeter, da. of John Tharp of Chippenham Park, co. Camb. ; and had issue Ig. 

\g. Arabella Georgiana Peirse, da. and h., m. 27 July 1853, George Thomas 
Duncombe, now (R.L. 12 July 1887) Peirse-Duncombe of Winthorpe Hall, formerly 
Capt. 11th Hussars, &c. [nephew of Charles, 1st Lord Feversham, and a descendant 
of the Lady Anne, sister of King Edward IV. (see the Exeter Volume, p. 650)] 
(Winthorpe Hall, Newark ; 25 Queen's Gate, S.W.) ; and has issue (with a son and 
2 das. d . unm.) \h to 8h. 

\h. Charles Slingsby Peirse-Duncombe, b. 18 May 1870. 

1h. Richard Slingsby Peirse-Duncoinbe, b. 25 Aug. 1872; m. 1898, Josephine, 
da. of ( — ) Foster. 

3h. Elizabeth Slingsby Peirse-Duncombe. 

ih. Georgiana Slingsby Peirse-Duncombe. 

5h. Edith Slingsby Peirse-Duncombe. 

6//. Ruth Slingsby Peirse-Duncombe, m. 5 May 1892, Comm. Richard Nigel 
Gresley, R.N". [Bt. Coll.] (Ivy House, Barlon-under-Nee.iwood, Burton-on-Trent) ; 
and has issue \i to 2i. 

\i. Roger Gresley, b. 26 Feb. 1895. 

2i. Dorothy Gresley. 

Ih. Mildred Slingsby Peirse-Duncombe, m. 30 July 1888, Thomas Herbert 
Bindley ; and has issue \i to 2i. 

It. Herbert Duncombe Bindley, b. 8 Feb. 1891. 

1i. Mildred Duncombe Bindley. 

Hh. Winifred Slingsby Peirse-Duncombe, num. 

2/. Charles Milbank Peirse. b. 27 Aug. 1811; d. (-) ; m. 1844, (— ), da. of 
John George of co. Kent. 

3/. Ayshford George Par e, b. 6 Nov. 1814; d. 6 June 1873; m. c. 1842, 
Marianna Emma, da. of Major Brooke of Littlethorp, near Rip on ; and had issue 
(a da. 1 ). 

if. Harriet Jane Peirse, d. (-) ; m. 28 Feb. 1832, Henry Claridgc of Jervaulx 
Abbey, co. York; and had issue. 

1c. James Peirse, Lieut. 23rd Foot, b. 12 Nov. 1782; d. abroad Mar. 1843; 
m. 9 July 1807, Sophia, da. of the Rev. Richard Clarke of Bedale, d. abroad; and 
had issue. 

3e. Elizabeth Peirse, d. (-) ; m. 12 Oct. 1812, the Rev. George Ford Clarke of 
Thornton Watlass, co. York. 

■2d. Anne Peirse, b. 15 Oct. 1751; m. Joseph Williamson of Melton Hall, 
co. York. 

3c. Thomas Peirse, afterwards (R.L. 8 May 1784) Hustler, of Ackhm, co. 
York, d. 1784; m. Srdly at York, 10 Feb. 1769, Constance, da. of Ralph Hutton of 
Knapton [by his wife, Constance, da. of Sir Francis Boynton, 4th Bt. [E. 1618], 
M.P.] ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 702-703, Nos. 58067-58078. 

4c. Anne Peirse, m. Richard Hodson of Witton-le-W ear, co. Durham. 

5c. Mary Peirse, m. 6 Feb. 1728, Joseph Stillington of Kcl field, co. York. 

6c. Dorothy Peirse. 

1c. Elizabeth Peirse. 

3b. Barbara- Peirse, bur. at Bolton-on-Swale 8 Oct. 1690; m. as 1st wife at 

[Nos. 42324 to 42348. 

1 Foster's " Yorkshire Families." 

2 Not Katherine, as in Foster. 


of Ci)e Blooti i&opal 

Danby Wiske, 13 June 1682, John Was/ell of Bolton-on-Swalc and Aindcrby Steeple 
[son of Leonard Wastell of Scorton, co. York], b. 23 Jan. 1660 ; bur. 25 Oct. 1738; 
and had issue (with 3 sons, whose issue is extinct) \c to 3c. 

lc. John Wastell of London, Merchant, b. 21 June 1686; d. in Jamaica 
1717; m. Annabella, da. of Thomas Williams ; and had issue (with a son. Philip, 
d.s.p.) ]d to 5d. 

Id. Elizabeth Wastell, d. 1774 ; m. at the Chapel Royal, Whitehall, 6 Dec. 1748, 
Gen. Sir Philip Honeywood, K.C.B., Governor of Hull, d. 17 June 1752. 

'2d. Barbara Wastell, m. ( — ) O'Brien. 

3d. Audrey Wastell. 

id. Mary Wastell. 

5d. Catherine Wastell, m. ( — ) Cotton. 

2c. Rev. Henry Wastell, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of Simonburn, co. Northbd., 1>. 
19 Feb. 1689 ; d. 1771 ; m. 1734, Frances, da. of William Bacon of Steward Peel, 
co. Northbd., d. 1748 ; and had issue (with an elder son d. unm.) Id to 3d. 

Id. John Wastell of Ainderby, co. York, and Risby, co. Suffolk, J. P., D.L., 
Winner of the Oakes 1802, b. 1736; d. 1 Dec. 1811; m. Hannah, da. of (—) 
Chicken, d. Oct. 1831 ; and had issue (with 3 das. of whom no issue survives) \e. 

\e. Rev. John Daniel Wastell of Risbv, b. 20 July 1782; bur. 20 July 1874; 
m. Frances (see p. 316), da. of Bacon William Wastell, d. 26 Aug. 1851 ; and had 
issue (with 3 sons d. unm.) 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Eleanora Wastell, da. and co-h., b. c. 1812 ; d. 24 Dec. 1838 ; m. as 1st wife, 
Thomas Stubbs Walker of Maunby, co. York ; and had issue lg to "2g. 

lg. Thomas Stubbs Walker of Maunby Hall, b. c. 1840; d. 11 Jan. 1878; in. 
1st, 9 Ap. 1861, Jane, da. of J. G. Lamb of Ryton, co. Durham, d. 6 July 1865 ; 
Indly, 15 Oct. 1867, Mariann, da. of Lawrence Oliphaiit of Condie and Newton, 
co. Perth, M.P., J. P., D.L., d. 5 Nov. 1903 ; and had issue (with 2 sons by 2nd wife, 
Thomas Gerald, d. unm. at Cape Town during the S. African War 12 May 1901, and 
Harry Grenville, d. unm. in British Columbia 20 Mar. 1898) \h to ih. 

Hi. 1 Violet Eleanor Walker, "Sister Violet" (St. Hilda's Home, Paddington). 

2k. 1 Constance Helen Walker, unm. 

3/z. 1 Florence Jane Walker, m. 20 July 1897, the Rev. Percy Wonnacott, Vicar 
of Waltham Cross (Waltham Cross Vicarage, Herts) ; s.p. 

ih. 2 Muriel Lilias Walker, m. 12 Ap. 1902, her cousin, Major Alan Hill 
Walker, V.C. (see below) (Maunby Hall, Thirsk) ; and has issue \i to 2i. 

li. Gerald Alan Hill- Walker, b. 4 Jan. 1903. 

2i. Thomas Harry Hill-Walker, b. 29 Aug. 1904. 

2g. Frances Miriam Walker, b. 25 July 1835; d. 30 Ap. 1904; m. 18 Aug. 
1858, Capt. Thomas Hill, Chief Constable of the North Riding 1859-1898 [son of 
Richard Hill of the Hall, Thornton, Pickering], b. 8 Sept. 1822 ; d. 5 Nov. 1899 ; and 
had issue (with a da. d. young) lh to 3h. 

Ik. Alan Hill, now (D.P. 10 May 1902) Hill-Walker of Maunby Hall, V.C, 
Major late Northants Regt., served at Lang's Neck, &c. (Maunby Hall, Thirsk), b. 
12 July 1859; m. 12 Ap. 1902, his cousin, Muriel Lilias, da. and co-h. of Thomas 
Stubbs Walker of Maunby Hall ; and has issue. 

See above, Nos. 42353-42354. 

2h. Cecil Hill, Col. R.E. (Wood Hill, Cork), b. 25 Oct. 1861 ; m. 30 Nov. 1893, 
Edith, da. of Charles Lambert; and has issue li. 

li. Cecil Vivian Hill, b. 3 Nov. 1908. 

3h. Maude Hill, " Sister Maude " (St. Mary's Home, Wantage). 

2/. Frances Wastell, da. and co-h., b. 13 Feb. 1813; d. 26 Dec. 1858; m. 
as 1st wife, 19 July 1836, William Whytehead of York, d. 20 Jan. 1888; and had 
issue (with 2 sons and 3 das. d.s.p.) lg to 7g. 

lg. Thomas Bowman Whytehead, b. 16 Mar. 1840; d. 5 Sept. 1907; m. at 

[Nos. 42349 to 42360. 

3 l 3 

%\yt fMantagenet iRoll 

Auckland., N.Z., 15 Sept. 1870, Caroline Forster (24 Gondnr Gardens, West Hamp- 
stead), da. of the Rev. Thomas Drought of Punkdstown House, co. Kildare ; and had 
issue (with an eldest son, William Wastell Drought, who fell in action in S. Africa, 
20 Ap. 1900) \h to &h. 

III. Thomas Bowman Henry Whytehead, Merchant Service, British India Coy., 
Bombay, b. 22 Oct. 1872 ; m. 12 Dec. 1907, Harriet Emma (see p. 245), da. of the 
Rev. William Webster Hawkins of. Acomb ; and has issue \i. 

\i. Nancy Bowman Whytehead. 

2A. Hugh Richard Augustine Whytehead, Indian Army, b. 17 May 1881 : until. 

Bh. Christopher John Wastell Whytehead, b. 26 Aug. 1887. 

ih. Lionel Wanley Wastell Whytehead, b. 3 Sept. 1892. 

5h. Eleanora Frances Drought Whytehead. 

Qh. Mary Alice Bayly Whytehead. 

Ih. Isabella Margaretta Eliza Wastell Whytehead, m. 3 Sept. 1902, Herbert 
John Watson [eldest son of H. E. Watson of Petworth] (St. Helen's, Cockermouth) ; 
and has issue li. 

li. John Alexander Watson, b. 29 May 1903. 

8h. Caroline Louisa Hinemoa Drought Whytehead. 

2g. William Wastell Whytehead, b. 6 Feb. 1848; m. 14 Aug. 1889, Jessie, da. 
of William Whytehead Boulton of Highgate House, Beverley ; s.p. 

og. Rev. Henry Robert Whytehead, M.A. (Camb.), Vicar of Warminster (The 
Vicarage, Warminster), b. 10 Oct. 1849 ; m. 6 Sept. 1876, Sarah May Louise [also 
descended from Edward III. through Mortimer- Percy (see p. 474)]. da. of the Rev. 
Charles Clement Layard; and has issue (with an elder son, the Rev. Wastell 
Layard, who d. mini. 1903) \h to ih. 

Ih. Henry Layard Whytehead, b. 31 May 1879. 

Ih. John Layard Whytehead, b 19 Oct. 1880. 

'ih. Rev. Ralph Layard Whytehead, St. John's Coll., Oxon. (Church Road, 
Ilfracombe), b. 3 Oct. 1883. 

4g. Hugh Edward Whytehead, b. 30 Mar. 1853 ; d. 11 June 1901 ; m. 20 Jan. 
1886, Maud, da. of (—) Holtom, M.D. ; and had issue Ih to 'ih. 
Ih. Hugh Holtom Whytehead, b. 11 Aug. 1895. 
ih. Gladys Holtom Whytehead. 
'ih. Doris Holtom Whytehead. 

5g. Alice Whytehead, m. 6 June 1872, Arthur Horatio Poyser, M.A. (Oxon.), 
Bar.-at-Law (Burniston, Sydenham, Kent) ; and has issue 1A to 5h. 

Ih. Arthur Hampden Ronald Wastell Poyser, B.A. (Oxon.), Bar.-at-Law, b. 
30 Sept. 1884. 

Ih. Alice lanthe Poyser. 

'ih. Ina Frances Poyser, m. 6 June 1900, Gerald Edgell Mills, Bar.-at-Law [2nd 
son of Sir Richard Mills, K.C.B., K.C.V.O.] (Risby, Sanderstead, Surrey) ; and has 
issue li to ii. 

li. Gerald Hilary Mytton Mills, b. 7 Jan. 1904. 

li. David Richard Poyser Mills, b. 1 Mar. 1907. 

'ii. Ina Iris Mills. 

Ah. Irene Grace Poyser, unm. 

5h. Cwladys Isabelle Poyser, m. 6 June 1901, Henry Clendon Daukes [2nd son 
of the Rev. S. Whitfield Daukes] (Summer Hill, Norburv). 

Qg. Louisa Frances Whytehead, m. 6 June 1872, the Rev. Canon Benjamin 
Lamb, Vicar of Clapham (Clapham Vicarage, Lancaster) ; and has issue (with 2 das. 
d. unm.) \h to 8h. 

Ih. Rev. Gilbert Henry Lamb, B.A. (Camb.) (Tuticorin, South India), b. 14 Sept. 
1875; unm. " [Nos. 42361 to 42389. 


of Cl)e Bloot) ftopal 

2h. Charles Edward Lamb, Solicitor (Vincent House, Kettering), b. 1 July 1878 : 
m. 19 Nov. 1902, Alice, da. of Samuel Hey, J. P., F.R.C.S. ; and has issue \i. 

\i. Florence Mary Lamb, b. 15 Sept. 1904. 

3k. Percy Hutchinson Lamb, Acting Govt. Super, of Cotton Culture, Uganda, 
b. 6 May 1883; unm. 

4k. Harold Victor Lamb, b. 6 May 1883 ; unm. 

5h. Jesse Lamb, Physician and Surgeon (Tarn Taran, India), unm. 

6h. Louisa Whytehead Lamb,~j 

Ih. Maud Lamb, j- unm. 

8h. Alice Margaret Lamb, J 

7g. Emmeline Fanny Whytehead, m. 12 Aug. 1880, Marcus Valentine English 
(Orton Longueville, Peterborough) ; and has issue lh to 6A. 

Ik. Marcus Claude English, B.A. (Camb.), 6. 8 May 1886. 

2k. Guy Whytehead English, b. 28 July 1888. 

■ih. Reginald Wastell English, b. 12 Ap. 1894. 

ih. Margaret English. 

5k. Olave English. 

6h. Phyllis English. 

3/. Mary Wastell, b. 18 May 1815 ; d. 24 July 1863 ; m. 24 Aug. 1843, John 
Worlledge, M.A. (Camb.), County Court Judge for Suffolk and Chancellor of the 
Diocese of Norwich, b. 2 June 1809 ; d. 19 July 1881 ; and hid issue (with 2 sons 
and a da. d.s.p.) lg to 3g. 

lg. Rev. Arthur John Worlledge, M.A. (Camb.), Canon and Chancellor of 
Truro Cathedral (Truro), b. 29 May 1848; unm. 

2g. Edward William Worlledge, M.A. (Camb.), Solicitor and Registrar of 
Yarmouth County Court (10 Albert Square, Great Yarmouth), b. 27 Jan. 1850; m. 
1 June 1876, Edith Georgiana, da. of the Rev. William Wigston, Vicar of Rushmere 
St. Andrew, Ipswich; and had issue (with 2 sons, Cyril Edward, b. 15 July 1877; 
i. 5 Feb. 1893, and Noel Arthur, Lieut. 75th Carnatic Inf., b. 23 May 1883; d. 
unm. 7 Ap. 1908) Ik to 'ih. 

Ih. Audrey Mary Worlledge. 

2k. Edith Cicely Worlledge. 

3/?. Olive Margaret Worlledge. 

3g. Alfred Cranworth Worlledge, Major A.P.D., b. 15 Nov. 1857; d. 24 Dec. 
1903; m. 18 June 1885, AnnabelLi Mary Garnom, da. of the Rev. Preb. Gamons 
Williams, d. 18 Feb. 1908 ; and had issue Ih. 

Ih. John Penry Garnons Worlledge, Lieut. R.E., b. 22 Sept. 1887. 

•2d. Henry Wastell of Newburgh, d. (-); m. Anne, widow of Middlelon 
Teasdale, da. and cc-h. of John Bacon [by his wife Jane, da. and h. of John Marshall 
of Walltown] ; and had issue \e. 

\e. Rev. Henry Wastell of Walltown and Newburgh, co. Northbd., Fellow of Clare 
Hall, Oxon, d. ( - ) ; m. Anne, da. of ( — ) Henderson, d. ( - ) ; and had issue If. 

If. Anne Lindsay Wastell of Newburgh Hall, da. and //., d. 12 May 1884; m. 
19 Dec. 1843, Gustavus Hamilton Coulson of Stonehoitse, co. Cumb., Capt. R.N., 
J. P., D.L., d. 23 Nov. 1868 ; and had issue lg to lg. 

lg. Henry John Wastell Coulsun of Walltown, J. P., Bar.-at-Law (Langton 
Lodge, Bland/ord), b. 13 Nov. 1848 ; m. 14 July 1875, Caroline Stewart, da. of Henry 
Unwin of the Bengal C.S. ; and has issue (with a son, Gustavus Hamilton Blenkinsopp, 
V.C., D.S.O., Lieut. King's Own Scottish Borderers, killed unm. in action at Lam- 
brechfontein 19 May 1901) \h to Ik. 

Ih. Florence Lindsay Coulson. 

2h. Isabel Forbes Coulson, m. 24 July 1902, Lisle March Philipps, formerly 
Capt. Remington's Guides. 

%k. Inez Lisle Coulson, m. 24 Ap. 1906, Lieut. Edward Tyrrell Tnman, R.N. 

[Nos. 42390 to 42414. 


CJe ^lantagenet i&oll 

2g. Anne Alicia Coulson. 

3g. Mary Arabella Coulson. 

4g. Frances Jane Wastell Coulson, m. 10 Oct. 1876, Arthur Hamilton Unwin, 
B.C.S. ; and has issue. 

5g. Theodosia Hamilton Coulson. 

6g. Maud Maria Lisle Coulson. 

7g. Margaret Lindsay Coulson. 

3d. Bacon William Wastell, b. 1740 ; d. Nov. 1821 ; m. Eleanor, da. of William 
F ether stonhaugh, d. 6 Mar. 1818; and had issue le to 3c. 

le. Afory Wastell, m. /o/m Forster. 

•le. Eleanor Wastell, m. William Hodgson. 

3e. Frames Wastell, b. 1781 ; d. 20 .4wg. 1851 ; m. the Rev. John Daniel 
Wastell; and had issue. 

See p. 313, Nos. 42349-42410. 

3c. Elizabeth Wastell, bapt. 22 Sept. 1690; d. a. 1731; m. «2 ForA Minster, 
30 Dec. 1712, Christopher Bayles of Laxton, Chamberlain (1714) and Sheriff (1717) 
o/ //«//, d. 1744 ; fl;;d had issue Id. 

Id. Deborah Bayles, da. and event, sole k, b. 1724; d. 1782; m. at Dry pool, 
co. York, 12 Aug. 1746, Michael Inman of Beverley, Nidderdale, d. 1784 ; and had 
issue le to 2c. 

le. Christopher Inman, afterwards Inman Whaley Bayles, bapt. 30 Nov. 1748 ; 
d. 8 Oct. 1801 ; m. at St. Saviour's, Jersey, 12 May 1786, Marie, da. of Noe Gaulier 
of St. Helier, Jersey, d. 11 Nov. 1843; and had issue (with 4 other sons who d. 
&wm.) 1/ to 'If. 

If. Wastell Edwin Bayles, b. 25 /»/y 1787 ; d. 19 Sept. 1868; m. Ann Luard, 
da of ( — ) Robert, d. 15 Se/^. 1865; ara<2 Aai issue (with 2 sows awi 2 das. who 
d.s.p.) lg. 

lg. Martha Bayles, mini. 

If. Gascoigne Noe Edwin Bavles of Guernsey, b. 1793; d. 3 July 1860 ; m. at 
St. Peter Port, 11 Feb. 1826, Charlotte, da. of John Grid of Guernsey, d. 18 Oct. 
1882 ; and had issue (with a son d.s.p.) lg to 3g. 

lg. Mary Gautier Bayles, b. 23 Mar. 1S36 ; d. 26 Mar. 1896; m. 17 Aug. 
1860, the Rev. Alfred John French, B.A. (Lond.) (Grangewood, Princes Avenue, 
West Kirby) ; and had issue (with a da. d. young) \h to 9h. 

\h. Alfred Stead French, 6. 13 Oct. 1868. 

2h. Herbert Noel French, b. 28 Feb. 1871. 

3h. Keginald Ernest French, b. 17 Feb. 1874. 

Ah. Rosa Maria French. 

5h. Marian Algeo French. 

6h. Eliza Pulsford French, b. 6 June 1864; d. 24 Nov. 1903: m. 5 June 
1894, John Howe Bourne (Moniarina, Sea Bank Road, Discard, Cheshire); and 
had issue \i to 2i. 

li. John Pulsford Bourne, b. 12 Nov. 1898. 

2i. Hilda Caroline Bourne. 

lh. Emily Birchenall French. 

8h. Eleanor Elizabeth French. 

9/j. Maud Mary French. 

2g. Louise Charlotte Bayles, m. John Fisher Le Page of Manchester and 
Cheadle, M.D. [son of William Le Page of Guernsey] (The Poplars, Cheadle, Man- 
chester) ; and has issue \h to ih. 

lh. John Herbert Perceval De Jersey Le Page, d. young,) 

2h. Florence Bertha Louise De Wilton Le Page, M.A., I unm _ 

3h. Ethel Mabel Beatrice De Jersey Le Page, 

4/t Winifred Maud Mary d'Estelle Le Page, J 

[Nos. 42415 to 42497. 
3 l6 

of %))t Blood i&opal 

3g. Rose Algeo Bayles, b. 8 May 1839; d. 21 .4/.. 1886 ; m. 14 Nod. 1865, the 
Rev. Edwin Webster, d. 1892 ; ««<£ «<?</ issue (with a son d.s.p. ««d 2 i&js. d. wj 
infancy) \h to Ih. 

Ih. Walter Pulsford Webster, b. 10 Oct. 1870 ; num. 

2h. Howard Birchenall Webster, b. 5 Mar. 1875 ; unm. 

'ih. Charles Frederick Smythe Webster, b. 21 Dec. 1880; unm. 

Ah. Mary Gautier Webster, unm. 

5h. Elizabeth Overton Webster, unm. 

6h. Laura Innian Webster, m. 28 Ap. 1900, James MacKenzie, Engineer, H.M. 
Postal Telegraph Dept. (67 Langholm Crescent, Darlington); and has issue \i. 

\i. James Walter MacKenzie, b. 14 July 1906. 

Ih. Mabel Gwendoline Allen W^ebster. 

2e. Whaley Charles Inman, b. at Kmgslon-on-Hidl 6 Aug. 1754; d. 1826; m. 
5 Sept./19 Dec. 1783, Mary, da. of (—) Oliver, d. 1807 ; and had issue {with 4 sons 
and a da. d. unm.) 1/ to If. 

If. Deborah Inman, bapt. at Bcdale 25 Mar. 17*5; d. 1826; m. at Bedale 
21 Dec. 1808, the Rev. Richard Inman, Rector of Todwick, near Sheffield, for 
fifty years, bur. 1826 ; and had issue (with 4 so>is and 5 das. who d.s.p.) lg 
to 5g. 

lg. Rev. Thomas Inman, B.A., b. 11 Nov. 1818; d. 12 Jan. 1894; m. Dec. 
1850, Lavinia Louisa, da. of Col. Burton, d. 24 May 1856; and had issue (with a 
da. drowned at sea) Ih to 2h. 

Ih. Lavinia Wyat Inman (Lanark Street, Balclutha, Otago, New Zealand), b. 
4 Nov. 1851 ; m. 16 Nov. 1880, Andrew Purves of Kirkcaldy, co. Fife, b. 7 Dec. 
1841 ; d. 12 Dec. 1907 ; and has issue li to 3i. 

li. Andrew Hope Purves, Watchmaker's Assistant, b. 21 June 1883. 

2i. Thomas Burton Purves, University Student, Dunedin, formerly Headmaster 
of Kelso School, N.Z., b. 14 July 1885; m. 27 Jan. 1908, Margaret, da. of John 
Faddes ; and has issue If. 

If. Eva Mary Purves, b. 16 Mar. 1909. 

3t. Charles Evans Purves, Cycle Mechanic, b. 30 June 1887 ; unm. 

2h. Mary Charlotte Inman (The Wilderness, Mitcheldean, Glos.), unm. 

2g. Richard Inman of Manitoba, A. (-) ; m. Mary Ann, da. of (—) ; and had 
issue (a son and da.) Ih to 2h. 

\h. Herbert Inman of Hamilton, Manitoba, b. 30 Mar. 1848; d. 1903; m. ( — ) 
(Hamilton, Manitoba), da. of ( — ) ; and had issue (3 sows and 1 da.). 

•2h. Marion Inman, d. (-) ; m. ( — ) Way of Australia, M.D. ; and had issue 
(2 sons and 2 das.). 

Sg. Mary Inman, b. 15 Dec. 1810 ; d. 1 Mar. 1892 ; m. 5 Ap. 1839, the Rev. 
Henry Austin Oram, b. 17 Mar. 1813; d. 19 Feb. 1880; and had issue (with a son 
and 3 das. d. unm.) Ih to ih. 

Ih. Rev. Reginald Austin Oram, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of Weeting (Weeting 
Rectory. Brandon, Suffolk), b. 3 Jan. 1846 ; m. 14 July 1881, Fanny Forbes Becher, 
da. of Major-Gen. Saxton ; and has issue li to 2i. 

li. Gladys Mary Oram. 

li. Eileen Margaret Oram. 

2h. Catharine Inman Oram, b. 9 Jan. 1840 ; d. 12 Ap. 1909 ; m. 28 Feb. 1867, 
Mander John Smyth (Bowles Lodge, Colchester) ; and had issue li to 9i. 

li. Reginald Mander Smyth, M.D. (Linford Sanatorium), b. (— ) ; m. June 1906, 
Gladys, da. of (— ) Black-Hawkins, d.s.p. Feb. 1910. 

2i. Charles Inman Smyth (Highfield, Compton, Wolverhampton), b. 12 Dec- 
1868 ; m. Jessie, da. of ( — ) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Kenneth Bowes Inman Smyth, 6. 31 Jan. 1907. 

2/. Beatrice Lesbia Smyth, o. 17 Aug. 1908. [Nos. 42498 to 42518. 

317 2 S 

Ct)e jMantagenet iRoli 

3*. Sydney Fairfax Smyth (Livingstone Road, Hounslvw), b. 13 Ap. 1877; m. 
6 Jan. 1898, Mary, da. of ( — ) M'Carthy ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. John Fairfax Smyth, b. 28 Oct. 1898. 

2/. Christine May Smyth, b. 28 May 1900. 

ii. Sophia Smyth, unm. 

5j. Christine Smyth, unm. 

6i. Uachel Smyth, unm. 

li. Janet Smyth, unm. 

8*. Dora Smyth, unm. 

9i. Gertrude Smyth, m. Vincent Cook ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Phyllis Cook. 

3/;. Frances Lucy Oram, m. 16 Jan. 1873, the Rev. Benjamin Hunter, 1S.A. 
(London), Vicar of Aukborough, formerly (1864-1870) a Solicitor (Aukborough Vicar- 
age, Doncaster) ; and has issue \i to 9*. 

li. Herbert Austin Hunter (West Hartlepool, Durham), b. 18 Jan. 1875; m. 
27 Aug. 1904, Annie, da. of Robert Brown of Scarborough ; and has issue \j to 3/. 

1/. Oram Hunter, b. 11 Mar. 1907. 

2;'. Marjory Eileen Hunter, b. 9 Oct. 1905. 

3/. Lucy Mabel Hunter, b. 31 Oct. 1908. 

li. Edward William Baptist Hunter, b. 24 June 1878 ; unm. 

Si. Marcus Charles Inman Hunter (The Firs, Station Road, Bedford), b. 23 May 
1882 ; m. 27 July 1909, Edith Emily, da. of (— ) Cornelius. 

4i. Benjamin D'Arcy Hunter, b. 26 June 1885; unm. 

bi. Helen Mary Hunter (Papakaio, Oamaru, Otago, N.Z.), unm. 

6i. Kate Angela Hunter, unm. 

li. Annie Christabel Hunter, unm. 

8i. Lily Lucy Hunter, unm. 

9«. Dorothy Hunter, unm. 

Mi. Annie Elizabeth Oram (Margaret Lodge, West Lyss, Hants), m. 20 Oct. 
1880, the Rev. Charles Somes Saxton, M.A., Rector of Beechamwell [eldest son of 
Major-Gen. Saxton], d. 14 Jan. 1893; and has issue li. 

li. Walter Theodore Saxton, M.A., F.L.S. (South African College, Cape Town), 
b. 16 Oct. 1882; m. 19 Dec. 1906, Dorothy, da. of the Rev. E. Apthorpe ; and has 
issue \j. 

Ij. Dorothy Joyce Saxton, b. 20 Sept. 1908. 

4g. Barbara Inman (Oxford Parade, Cheltenham), b. 27 Oct. 1816; living 
aged 94 ; unm. 

5g. Annie Inman, b. 6 Oct. 1823 ; d. 29 Dec. 1905 ; m. 7 Sept. 1854, the Rev. 
Anthony Edwards, Vicar of All Saints, Leeds, d. 29 Mar. 1874 ; and hadissue Ih to 2>h. 

Ih. Ambrose Cad wallader Edwards, b. 27 June 1858 "1 , -., n • , TT . , 

2A. Annie Orah Edwards, unm. Jf 11 Pru ' Ce ° TT ale " 

3/;. Kathleen Edwards, unm. J Terract > Scarborough). 

2/. Barbara Inman, bapt. at Bedale 22 Feb. 1789 ; d. Nov. 1877 ; m. at Bedale 
23 July 1808, James Orton, M.D., President of the Bombay Medical Board [son of 
the Rev. James Orton of Hawkeswell, co. York], b. 20 Ap. 1784; d. Feb. 1856; 
and had issue lg to ig. 

Ig. Reginald Orton of Sunderland, Surgeon, b. 27 Jan. 1810 ; d. 1 Sept. 1862; 
m. 1st, 4 Oct. 1836, Caroline Agnes, da- of Orton Bradley-Bradley, d. (-) ; Indly, 
25 Mar. 1841, Mary Isabella, da. of Turner Thompson ; and had issue (with others 
who d.s.p.) Hi to ih. 

\h. 1 Reginald Orton, settled in New Zealand, b. 22 Mar. 1839 ; d. 9 July 1895 ; 
m. 2 Dec. 1865, Jeannie (The Bungalow, Pleasant Point, Timaru, Canterbury, 
N.Z.), da. of S. Manson ; and had issue li to 11*. 

1*. Reginald Orton (Geraldine, N.Z.), b. 11 Sept. 1866; m. 17 June 1889, 
Rachel, da. of W. Ashby ; and has issue If. 

If. Isabella Jean Orton, b. 13 Oct. 1890. [Nos. 42519 to 42550. 


of %\yt Blood i&opal 

2i. Malcolm Orton, Huntsman (Claremont, Canterbury, N.Z.), b. 21 July 1871 ; 
in. 1891, Louisa, da. of W. Cookson ; and has issue 1/ to 6/. 1 
1/'. Reginald Hunter Orton, b. 29 Dec. 1900. 
2j. Malcolm Manson Orton, b. 21 June 1902. 
3/. Kenneth Orton, b. 21 Aug. 1904. 
4/. Stella Orton, b. 28 Aug. 1891. 
5/. Korita Orton, b. 16 Sept. 1897. 
6/. Erica Linda Orton, b. 15 Feb. 1S99. 

Si. Bruce Orton, b. 10 Jan. 1877 ; d. 1906 ; m. 1896, (— ), da. of J. Brosnahaw ; 
and had issue (with a da. d. young) \j to 2/. 
1/. Hilda Orton, b. 13 July 1897. 
2/. Beatrice Orton, b. 3 Jan. 1906. 

U. Allan Orton (Cook Street, Heathcote Valley, Christchurcli, N.Z.), b. 17 Jan. 
1884; m, 11 Sept. 1905, Robina, da. of J. Reid ; and has issue (3 children). 1 

bi. Caroline Agnes Orton, in. 27 Dec. 1893, T. Mee (Claremont, Timaru, 
N.Z.) ; and has issue (with 2 others 1 ) 1/ to 2j. 
1/. Wellesley Thomas Mee, b. 13 Aug. 1894. 
2/. Alexander Reginald Mee, b. 2 Oct. 1896. 

6». Marion Jeanne Orton, m. 28 Dec. 1892, Farquhar Macdonald (Ashburton, 
N.Z.); and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Allan Farquhar Macdonald, b. 19 Oct. 1893. 
2/. Reginald Orton Macdonald, b. 5 July 1 895. 
3/. John William Macdonald, b. 8 Nov. 1898. 

7i. Bessie Anne Orton, m. W. White (Kaikoura, N.Z.) ; and has issue 1; to 3/. 
\j. Leo Orton White, b. 20 Mar. 1898. 
2/'. Una Katherine White, b. 30 Dec. 1900. 
3/. Zeta Marion White, b. 5 June 1905. 

8i. Mabel Ada Orton, m. 9 Ap. 1902, Holford Whittaker (Hamilton, North 
Island, N.Z.) ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Orton Whittaker, b. 6 Dec. 1906. 

9*. Jeannette Mary Orton, m. 1907, Francis Edwin Lamb, Architect (78 Church 
Street, Masterton, North Island, N.Z.). 

IQi. Linda Ethel Orton, m. 2 Oct. 1905, John Nixon (Waitomo Caves, North 
Island, N.Z.) ; and has issue (2 children). 1 

11*. Cora Evelina ModlinOrton, in. 19 Dec. 1906, Alfred Andrew Sutherland 
Hintz (Nelson, N.Z.) ; and has issue (1 child). 1 

2/j.i Caroline Anne Orton, in. 28 Sept. 1858, Robert Modlin of Sunderland, 
M.R.C.S., formerly 17th Lancers; and has issue It". 

1*. Barbara Bessie Orton Modlin, m. 29 Mar. 1897, Percy Bayley of Beacon 
Hill, Brede, co. Sussex ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Cicely Conyers Bayley, b. 20 Feb. 1898. 

3h. 2 Emma Catherine Orton, tn. 14 Nov. 1877, Edward Sawer (Isleworth) ; and 
has issue \i to 2>i. 

\i. Edward Reginald Sawer, Civil Service (Buluwayo). 
2i. Katharine Mary Sawer. 
3i. Rose Hilda Sawer. 

4/7,.- Ada Orton, b. 21 Nov. 1853 ; d. 28 Oct. 1896 ; m. Ernest Reynolds (Marere, 
12 Wanganui Avenue, Ponsonby, Auckland, New Zealand); and had issue \i to Bi. 
It, Ernest Orton Reynolds (Chicago), b. 6 Oct. 1886. 
2j. Reginald Hugh Reynolds, b. 13 Nov. 1890. 

U. Violet Mary Reynolds, m. 10 Mar. 1910, Leslie Radmall of Chingford, 
co. Essex (Canada). [Nos. 42551 to 42586. 

1 See Appendix. 

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2g. Annie Inman Orton, b. 27 Od. 1816; d. 11 Nov. 1898; m. in Bombay 
6 Z)ff. 1837, Co/. Samuel Hennell, H.E.I.C.S., sometime H.B.M.'s Resident, Persian 
Gulf, b. 6 /»/v 1799 ; d. 13 Se/>*. 1880; anrf had issue (with others d.s.p.) \h. 

\h. Arthur Reginald Hennell, Lieut.-Col. (ret.) formerly 1st Batt. Hants Regt. 
(Jenniscombe, Tiverton, S. Devon), b. at Bushire 27 Mar. 1849 ; m. 27 Mar. 1879, 
Frances Elizabeth, da. of John Phillips of Winsley Hall, eo. Salop ; and has issue 
(with a son d. young) \i to 8/. 

1*. Arthur Samuel Hennell, b. 29 Oct. 1884. 

2i. Frederick John Hennell, b. 12 May 1888. 

3i. James Reginald Hennell, b. 5 Jan. 1891. 

4». Edward Biscoe Hennell, b. 21 Nov. 1893. 

5*. Frances Annie Emily Hennell. 

6t. Kathleen Rosa Hennell. 

7*. Lucy Ada Hennell. 

8». Mary Edith Hennell. 

3g. Emma Orton, d. 25 Se^. 1889; m. as 2nd wife, 11 Ap. 1839, Co/, /Jrwcc 
Seton, H.E.I.C.S. [3rd son of Sir Alexander Seton of Abercorn, 5th Bt. [S. 1663]], 
d. 27 Nov. 1876 ; and had issue \h to 5h. 

\h. Alexander Reginald Seton, Lieut.-Col. R.E., b. 25 May 1840; d. 12 Nov. 
1887 ; m. 18 Sept. 1862, Emma Elizabeth (see p. 321) (156 Croydon Road, Anerley, 
S.E.). da. of Major William Loch, 1st Bombay Lancers ; and had issue li to 6i. 

\i. Bruce Gordon Seton, Heir-presumptive to the Baronetcy [S. 1663], Major 
Indian Med. Ser. and Sec. to the Director-Gen, Indian Med. Ser., has Medal for the 
Waziristan Exp. 1894/5 (severely wounded) and Tochi Field Force (1897) (East 
India United Service), b. 13 Oct. 1868 ; m. 16 Mar. 1895, Ellen Mary, da. of Lieut.- 
Col. Frank Armstrong ; and has issue \j to 4/. 

1;. Alexander Hay Seton, b. 14 Aug. 1904. 

2/. Bruce Lovat Seton, b. 22 May 1909. 

3/'. Jean Gordon Seton. 

4/. Marie de Seton Seton. 

2i. Charles Monteath Seton, Admiralty Victualling Dept., Sydney (Royal Naval 
Yard, Sydney, N.S.W.), b. 30 Mar. 18S0. ' 

3i. Walter Warren Seton, M.A. (Lond.), is Sec. TJniv. College, Gower Street, 
W.C. (University College Hall, Ealing), b. 4 Oct. 1882. 

ii. Katharine Marion Seton (Glenrose, Croydon Road, Anerley, S.E.). 

5i. Elsie Madeleine Seton, m. 8 May 1901, Algernon James Pollock (Brackley, 
Charlton Road, Weston-super-Mare) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Erskine Reginald Seton Pollock, 6. 1 Jan. 1905. 

2/. Alan Winton Seton Pollock, b. 30 June 1907. 

3/. Aileen Marion Seton Pollock. 

U. Aileen Mary Seton, m. 22 Sept. 1899, Frank Binford Hole (The Mount, 
Edgefield, Melton Constable, Norfolk) ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Bruce Binford Hole, b. 24 Jan. 1901. 

%h. Bruce Outram Seton, Lieut.-Col. R.E., b. 7 May 1841 ; d. 29 July 1901 ; 
in. 21 July 1880, Louisa Harriet Manderson, da. of Dep. Surg. -Gen. Charles Thomas 
Paske, d. 31 Mar. 1886 ; and had issue \i to 2>i. 

li. Evelyn Seton, m. 1 Oct. 1902, Major Percy Molesworth Sykes, C.M.G., 
Indian Army, formerly 2nd Dragoon Guards (British Consulate-Gen., Meshed, Persi i) ; 
and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

1/. Arthur Frank Seton Sykes, 6. 1903. 

2/. Charles Mortimer Sykes, 6. 1907. 

3;. Edward Molesworth Sykes, b. 10 Jan. 1910. 

•2i. Ruth Mary Seton, m. 15 Feb. 1905, Marmaduke Brian Sunderland, son of 
Lieut -Col. Sunderland of Ravensden Grange, Beds ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

\j. Bridget Mary Sunderland. 

2/. Phyllis Joan Sunderland. [Nos. 42587 to 42616. 

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3t. Violet Adela Seton, m. 18 May 1904, Charles Henry Seton (see below) 
{Heath House, Aston-on-Clun, Salop) ; and has issue \j to 2/. 

1/. Christopher Bruce Seton, b. 3 Oct. 1909. 

2/. Joyce Phcebe Seton. 

Bh. Charles Compton Seton, formerly Lieut. R.E. (Heath House, Hopton Heath, 
Salop), b. 24 July 1846 ; m. 30 July 1868, Phcebe Elizabeth, da. of Sir Henry 
William Ripley, 1st Bt. [U.K.] ; and has issue It to 2i. 

It. Charles Henry Seton (Heath House, Aston-on-Clun, Salop), b. 28 Ap. 1869 ; 
m. 18 May 1904, Violet Adela (see above), da. of Lieut. -Col. Bruce Seton; and has 

See above, Nos. 42618-42619. 

2t. Margaret Annie Phcebe Seton, m. 12 Oct. 1898, Capt. Arthur Pelham 
Frankland, D.S.O. [2nd son of Lieut.-Col. Sir William Adolphus Frankland, 9th Bt. 
[E. 1660], R.E.] (Culford House, Felixstowe) ; and has issue Ij to 2/. 

1/'. Marion Annie Margaret Frankland. 

2/. Rosalind Lucy Seton Frankland. 

ih. Henry James Seton, Major formerly 2nd Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, served 
in S. Africa 1899 (Medal with 2 Clasps) (Crutchfield, Walton-on-Thames), b. 27 Aiu,'. 
1854 ; m. 1st, 6 Dec. 1888, Elizabeth, da. of Henry James Byron [B. Byron Coll."], 
d. 2 Sept. 1897 ; 2ndly, 3 May 1899, Marie Bowles, da. of Percy Hale Wallace of 
Belfast; and has issue \i. 

It. Marie Seton, b. 20 Mar. 1910. 

5h. Emma Alice Seton, d. 10 Jan. 1884 ; m. as 1st wife, 18 July 1876, Henry 
Ripley, J. P. [4th son of Sir Henry William Ripley, 1st Bt. [U.K.], M.P.] (Ashley 
Manor, Cheltenham) ; and had issue \i to Bi, 

It. Henry Edward Ripley, b. 6 Jan. 1884. 

2i. Dorothy Alice Seton Ripley. 

3t. Marian Janet Ripley, m. 14 Jan. 1899, Thomas Herbert Littlejohn of 
Hampstead, F.R.C.S., Edin. [son of Sir Henry Littlejohn of Edinburgh] d. 4 Sept 

ig. Catherine Orion, b. 30 Ap. 1821 ; d. 11 June 1904; m. 31 Aug. 1841, m. 
Col. William Loch, 1st Lancers, Indian Army, d. 19 Nov. I860; and had issue \h 
to \h. 

\h. William Loch, Col. in the Army and Political Resident at Khakmandu 1>. 
8 Nov. 1846 ; d. 8 Aug. 1901 ; m. Is* at Calcutta, 6 Mar. 1876, Edith Mary, da. of 
the Hon. James Gibbs, I.C.S., Member of the Viceregal Council, d. 12 Mav 1898 ; 
2ndly, 8 Nov. 1899, Grace, da. of Major Sir George Wingate, K. C.S.I. , R.E. ; and 
had issue It to 2t. 

It. Percy Gordon Loch, in the Foreign Office at Baghdad, b. 14 Jan. 1887 ; unm. 

2i. Kenneth Morley Loch, Cadet at Woolwich, b. 16 Sept. 1891. 

2h. Frederick Phayre Loch (Harker Lodge, Carlisle), b. 21 July 1S57; m. 
Feb. 1886, Georgina, da. of Charles Burn, C.E. ; and has issue It to Bi. 

It. Charles William Loch, M.E. (Lawless, West Australia), b. 12 Feb. 1887; 
m. 16 June 1908, Mary Elizabeth, da. of the Rev. Canon Deed, D.D. 

2t. Frederick Sydney Loch (Kirndeem, Culcaim, N.S.W.), b. 24 Jan. 1889. 

Bi. Eric Erskine Loch, Cadet at Sandhurst, b. 1901. 

3/j. Emma Elizabeth Loch (156 Croydon Road, Annerly, S.E.). m. 18 Sept. 
1862, her cousin, Lieut.-Col. Alexander Reginald Seton, R.E., d. 12 Nov. 1887; and 
has issue. 

See p. 320, Nos. 42596-42609. 

ih. Katharine Annie Louise Loch, m. 5 Oct. 1868, the Hon. Sir George Edward 

Knox, a Judge of the High Court of Judicature of the United Provinces of India 

and formerly a Member of Bengal Council (River View, Allahabad) ; and has issue 

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It. Stuart George Knox, Major Indian Army, now Political Agent at Koweit 
on the Persian Gulf, b. 7 Oct. 1869 ; m. 15 Mar. 1893, Ethel, da. of the Right Hon. 
Sir John Edge, P.O. ; and has issue 1/ to If. 

1/. Stuart George Edge Inman Knox, b. 27 Nov. 1896. 

2/. John Knox, b. 26 Sept. 1904. 

2i. Ernest Francis Knox, Major Indian Army, b. 27 July 1871. 

U. Robert Welland Knox, I.M.S., b. 6 Sept. 1873; m. 31 Dec. 1900, Lilian, 
da. of Col. John Loch, Bengal Cavalry ; and has issue 1/. 

If. Esme Margaret Knox. 

4». Kenneth Nevill Knox, I.C.S., b. 21 July 1878. 

5*. Gordon Daniell Knox, Assist. Editor Times of India (Bombay), b. 10 July 

6*. Katharine Margaret Knox, m. 16 Nov. 1S98, the Rev. Percy Hugh 
Chapman, MA., LL.D., Chaplain at Bareilly (Bareilly, U.P., India) ; and has 
issue (with a son, Kenneth Hugh, d. young) 1/ to 2j. 

If. Winifred Margaret Chapman. 

2;'. Janet Marion Chapman. 

li. Angel Dorothy Knox, m. 17 Nov. 1908, Spencer Pelham Flowerdew, 
A.M.I.C.E., Indian State Railways; and has issue If. 

lj. George Douglas Hugh Flowerdew, b. 12 Jan. 1910. 

4b. Dorothy Peirse, m. Thomas Stillington of Kelfield, co. York. 

6a. Elizabeth Hutton, b. at Richmond 14 Mar. 1638. 

la. Othy Hutton, bapt. 8 Nov. 1642. [Xos. 42654 to 42666. 

187. Descendants, if any surviving, of the Hon. Ursula Darcy (Table 

XX.), d. (-) ; m. John IStillington of Kelfield, co. York, d. 
1658 ; and had issue (with 3 elder sons and a da. who d. unm.) 
let to 5a. 1 

la. Thomas Stillington of Kelfield, aged 36, 22 Mar. 1665; m. Dorothy, da. of 
Joseph Micklethwayte of York, M.D, ; and had issue \b to lb. 

lb. Thomas Stillington, aged 6 months, 22 Mar. 1665. 

lb. Ursula Stillington. 

2a. Margaret Stillington, m. the Rev. John Shaw of Rotheram, co. York. 

3a. Mary Stillington, m. William Drake of Barnoldswicke-Cotes, co. York, 

ia. Olive Stillington. 

5a. Ursula Stillington, m. George Tolson of Stakes, co. York. 

188. Descendants, if any, of the Hon. Margaret Darcy (Table XX.), 

d. (-); m. Sir Thomas Harrison. 

189. Descendants of the Hon. Dorothy Darcy (Table XX.) d, ( - ) ; 

m. John Dalton of Hawkswell, co. York, bapt. 17 Sept. 1603 ; 
d. of wounds received while conducting the Queen from Bur- 
lington to Oxford, bur. in York Minster 26 July 1644 ; and 
had issue la to 6a. 

la. Sir William Dalton of Hawkswell, d. 23 Mar. 1675 ; m. Elizabeth, da. of 
Sir Marmaduke Wyvill, 2nd Bt. [E.] ; and had issue. 

See Exeter Volume, pp. 563-564, Nos. 50255-50274. [Nos. 42667 to 42686. 

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2a. Thomas Dalton of York, and afterwards of Bedalc, admon. 10 Jidv 1710; 
m. (Lie. dated 16 Mar.) 1665, Anne, da. of SirMarmaduke Wyvill, 2nd Bt. [£.], 
bur. 28 Nov. 1675 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 564, Nos. 50275-50080. 

3a. Mary Dalton, d. 1674; m. as 2nd wife, John Beverley of Great Smeaton, 
co. York, d. 7 Oct. 1680 ; and had issue 1 16 to 66. 
16. John Beverley, aged 9, 19 Aug. 1665. 
26. Thomas Beverley. 

36. Dorothy Beverley, aged 11,19 ,1««. 1665. 
46. Elizabeth Beverley. 
56. Mayy Beverley. 
66. ^4w7!e Beverley. 

ia. Barbara Dalton, d. (-); m. Charles Tancred of Arden, co. York, High 
Sheriff for that co. 1694 ; and had issue (24 children of whom -) 16 to 186. 
16. Henry Tancred. 

'lb. William Tancred of Arden, d. (-) ; m. Elizabeth, da. and co-h. of Thomas 
Carter, Lord Mayor of York ; and had issue Ic to 5c. 

Ic. Charles Tancred of Arden, d. (-) ; m. about 28 June 1734. Barbara, da. of 
the Rev. Darcy Dalton, Rector of Aston ; and had issue. 
2c. Thomas Tancred. 

2c. William Tancred, bapt. (1) at Belfrey's, York, 25 Nov. 1694. 
4c. Henry Tancred. 

5c. Barbara Tancred, m. William Stables of Pontefract. 
36. Charles Tancred. 

46. Jordan Tancred, m. ( — ), da. of ( — ) Holland. 
56. John Tancred. 
66. Charles Tancred. 

76. James Tancred, m. Catherine, da. of ( — ) Sutherland. 
86. Francis Tancred, m. Catherine, da. of ( — ) Blitheman ■ 
96. Christopher Tancred. 

106. Richard Tancred. 

116. Thomas Tancred. 

126. Nicholas Tancred. 

136. Dorothy Tancred. 

146. Elizabeth Tancred. 

156. Dorothy Tancred. 

166. Barbara Tancred, m. £/se i?«>. William Ellesley, Rector of Ryther. 

176. Jane Tancred, m. /oftw Warco-p of Galenby. 

186. Dorothy Tancred, m. William Warwick of Aiscough. 

5a. Dorothy Dalton. 

Qa. Ursula Dalton. [Nos. 42687 to 43092. 

190. Descendants of Katherine Best (Table XX.), m. before Oct. 
1683, Edward Goddaed of Leath.erb.ead, co. Surrey ; and had 
issue la to 2a. 

la. Edward Goddard, m. 27 Nov. 1705, Elizabeth, widow of ( — ) Place of 
Richmond, da. of ( — ) ; and had issue? 

2a. Katherine Goddard, d. (-) ; m. at Gilling, 31 Jan. 1705, Henry Darcy of 
Cobnrn Manor, and afterwards of Sedbury, co. York; and had issue. 

See pp. 308-310, Nos. 41900-41947. [Nos. 43093 to 43140. 

1 " Visitation of York," by Sir William Dugdale, 1665, Surtees Soc. Pub. 
xxxvi. 35. 

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191. Descendants of Willtam Molineux, Mayor of Doncaster 17l21 
[Bt. of Teversal Coll.] (Table XX.), b. 1681; d. 1756; m. 
Katherine, widow of William Squire of Doncaster, da. of 
Richard Shepherd of the same place; and had issue lo to 2a. 

la. Darcy Molineux of Leah, Merchant, d. 1789 ; m. and had issue 16 to 46. 

lb. Sir Darcy Molineux, 8th Bt. [E. 161 1 J on the death of his remote kinsman, 
9 June 1812; d.s.p. 1816. 

26. William Molineux, d.s.p. 1813. 

36. Elizabeth Molineux, m. Edward Gray. 

46. Isabella Molineux, m. John Holgate. 

2a. Elizabeth Molineux, b. 1714. 

192. Descendants of John Molineux of Mansfield, co. Notts, and 
Wolverhampton, co. Stafford [Baronet of Teversal Coll.] (Table 
XX.), d, 1754; m. Mary, da. of Richard Birch of Wolver- 
hampton, d. 1735; and had issue (with a son, William, who 
d. young, 1726) 1« to 8a. 

la. Thomas Molineux of Wolverhampton, b. 17 Mar. 1704; d. about 25 Aug. 
1791 ; m. at St. Paul's Cathedral, London, Margaret, da. of ( — ) Gisbome, d. 
25 Aug. 1791 ; and had issue 16 to 36. 

16. John Molineux of Wolverhampton, b. 14 May 1736; d. 28 Ap. 1785; m. 
Margaret, widow of ( — ) Walker of Wolverhampton, da. of ( — ) ; and had issue 
\c to 2c. 

lr. Sarah Gisbome Molineux, d. Oct. 1831 ; m. Isaac Scott of Wolverhampton ; 
and had issue a da., Margaretta, who d. unm. 9 June 1852. 

2c. Mary Anne Molineux, m. John Lingard of Wolverhampton ; and had issue 
(with a younger da. d. unm) Id to 2d. 

Id. John Lingard. 

2d. Sarah Gisbome Lingard, m. Charles S. Stokes of Murrell's End, Newent, 
co. Gloucester ; and had issue. 1 

26. Richard Molineux, d. 1784; m. Mary (see p. 328), da. of Benjamin 
Molineux of Wolverhampton ; and had issue \c to 3c. 

lc Mary Ann Molineux, d. (-): m. James Clutterbuck of Hyde House, 
co. Gloucester, J. P., D.L. [younger brother of Lewis Clutterbuck of Ford House, 

2c. Caroline Molineux, d. (-) ; m. Robert Hodgson [son of Brian Hodgson of 
Swinscoe, co. Stafford^ ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Robert Molineux Hodgson of Paris, d. at Versailles 26 July 1876. 

2d. Caroline Hodgson. 

3d. Ellen Hodgson. 

3c. Elizabeth Molineux, m. Thomas Brooke. 

36. Thomas Gisbome Molineux of London, Merchant, d. 13 May 1807; m. 
Mary, da. of ( — ) Brice ; and had issue lc to 2c. 

If. Francis Molineux of London, Merchant, Lieut. London Vol. 1803; b. 
14 Sept. 1785 ; d. 15 Mar. 1852 ; m. 13 Oct. 1819, Sarah, d. of Joseph Molineux of 
Lewes, Banker (see p. 326); and had issue Id lo 'id. 

1 One of their granddaughters, Ada, m. 28 Feb. 1881, William Joshua, eldest 
son of William Goulding of Summer Hill, Cork, M.P. for that city 1877. 
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\d. Gisborne Molineux, Hon. Sec. of the Canada Coy., and one of the founders 
and Fellow and Member of Council of the Royal Colonial Institute, autltor of 
" Memoir of the Molineux Family" 1882, d.s.p. 

2d. Francis Molineux, d. unm. 1850. 

3d. Mary Elizabeth Molineux. 

2c. Anne Molineux, m. 13 Nov. 1803, Josiah Rhodes of London, Merchant, 
Capt. London Vol. ; and had i^sue Id. 

Id. Mary Anne Rhodes, m. William Fawcett of Yarm-on-Tees, co. York, 
Solicitor; and had issue. 1 

2a. Richard Molineux of Caleaton (now Gresham) Street, London, a Common 
Councilman for the Cripplegate Ward, d. 1762 ; m. Sarah, da. of Zachary Gisborne, 
d. 1770; and had issue 15. 

15. Mary Molineux, d. (-) ; m. 24 June 1750, Capt. George Barber of Somer- 
ford Hall, Brewood, co. Stafford, d.s.p. 

3a. John Molineux of Gainsborough, co. Line, m. Elizabeth, da. of ( — ) Wass ; 
and had issue 2 das. whose issue is extinct. 

ia. Joseph Molineux of Lewes, co. Sussex, Receiver-Gen. of Stamps and Taxes 
1745-1764, b. 1713; d. 1771; m. Ann, da. of William Brett of Lewes, M.D., d. 
1782 ; and had issue (with 2 sons and 2 das. who d.s.p.) 15 to 25. 

15. Joseph Molineux of Lewes, Banker, b. 7 Mar. 1754; d. 1813; m. 2 Dec. 
1777, Elizabeth, da. of Thomas West of Southover, Lewes, d. 20 July 1815 ; and had 
issue (with 2 sons and 2 das. who d. young) Ic to 7c. 

\c. George Molineux of Isfield and Lewes, Banker, J. P., b. 17 Mar. 1791 ; d. 
27 Jan. 1855; m. 1815, Frances Ann, da- of Thomas Ramsay of London; and had 
issue (with 3 sons and a da.) Id to 5d. 

Id. George Molineux of Isfield, [.P., b. 6 Aug. 1816 ; d. 20 Jan. 1893 ; m. 1st, 
2 Oct. 1840, Maria Ann, da. and h. of the Rev. Joseph Hurlock, M.A., d. 11 Mar. 
1875 ; and had issue \e to 6e. 

\e. George Fitzherbert Molineux, 5. 27 Aug. 1841 ; unm. 

2e. Rev. Charles Hurlock Molineux, Vicar of Staveley and Canon of Southwell 
(Staveley Vicarage, Chesterfield, Derby), b. 28 Oct. 1842; unm. 

3e. Philip Horace Molineux (Mailing House, Lewes), 5. 12 Aug. 1844 ; unm. 

4e. Rev. Arthur Ellison Molineux, M.A., Vicar of Minster (Minster Vicarage, 
Ramsgate), b. 5 Feb. 1846; m. 16 July 1874, Eleanor Margaret, da. of Matthew 
Bell of Bourne Park, co. Kent, J. P. ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Agnes Irene Molineux. 

2/. Evelyn Margaret Molineux. 

5e. Harold Parminter Molineux of Isfield, J. P., Major formerly Essex Regt. 
(The Cottage, Isfield, Sussex; Morningt.n, Eastbourne), 5. 16 Ap. 1850; m. 4 Jan. 
1881, Rosa Eugenie Katharine, da. of Henry King of Isfield Place, J. P. ; and has 
issue 1/ to 5/. 

1/. George King Molineux, 2nd Lieut. 5th Fusiliers, 5. 15 Ap. 1887. 

2/. Henry Gisborne King Molineux, />. 9 May 1891. 

3/. Dorothy Eugenie Molineux. 

4/. Katharine Augusta Molineux, m 7 Ap. 1910, Lieut.-Com. Harold Ernest 
Sulivan, R.N. 

5/. Annie Rosa Molineux. 

6e. Mildred Constance Molineux. 

2d. Joseph Molineux, b. 3 June 1818; d. 1876; m. 20Oc/. 1857, Caroline, da. 
of the Rev. E. Symons, Rector of Ringmer ; and had issue several das- 

3d. Henry Molineux, b. 23 July 1830. [Nos. 43141 to 43154. 

1 William Rhodes, the eldest son, of The Grange, Stainton in Cleveland, m. 
Rosalie, da. of Claude de Queiros of Calcutta. Marianne, the second da., m. Anthony 
Temple of Kington, co. Hereford, son of the Rev. W. S. Temple of Daisdale, co. 
Durham. — "Memoirs of the Molineux Family," p. 67. 

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id. Frances Molineux, b, 11 May 1821 ; d. 16 Nov. 1868; m. 22 /^y 1840, 
Acr cousin, Job Smallpeice of Field Place, Compton, co. Surrey, d. 21 May 1875 ; 
and had issue (see Appendix). 

5d. Cordelia Molineux, b. 28 Jan. 1827 ; d. 20 July 1895 ; m. Jan. 1853, Joseph 
Ewart of Manchester, Merchant [Cadet of Craigcleuch], b. 1807; d. 1861 ; and had 
issue (with a son, Russell, d. unm. 19 Nov. 1900) le to 3c. 

le. Ernest Molineaux Ewart, b. 6 Nov. 1853; unm. 

le. Emily Frances Ewart (India), num. 

3e. Marianne Ramsay Ewart, b. 20 Dec. 1856; d. 5 April 1901; m. 6 Dec. 
1888, Henrv James Richardson : and has issue 1/. 

1/. Gulielma Ewart Kichardson, b. 20 Nov. 1890. 

2c. Elizabeth Molineux, b. 1779 ; d. ( - ) ; m. C. CA% o/ Lewes. 

3c. Cordelia Molineux, b. 1780 ; d. 1859 ; m. Job Smallpeice of Noiihbrook, co. 
Surrey, d. 1842 ; and had issue (with 2 sons and 3 das. d. unm.) Id to 4d. 

Id. Job Smallpeice of Field Place, Compton, co. Surrey, b. c. 1808; d. 21 May 
1875 ; m. 22 July 1840, Frances, da. of George Molineux of Isfield and Lewis, d. 
16 Nov. 1868 ; and had issue (see above). 

2d. Mark Smallpeice of Guildford, b. 29 Dec. 1812; d. 29 Sept. 1901; m. 
1839, /IftaVr, da. of Heathfield Young of Dorking, d. 15 June 1903; and had issue 
(with 2 sons and 2 <fas. d. unm.) \e to 6e. 

le. Ferdinand Smallpeice (Cross Lanes, Guildford), b. 14 July 1843; m. 13 May 
1875, Mary Jane, da, of William Haydon Smallpeice of Guildford ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Ferdinand William Smallpeice (Browning's Down, Guildford), b. 27 May 
1877 ; m. 7 June 1904, Cecilia Mary Delves [descended from the Lady Anne, sister 
of King Edward IV. (see Exeter Volume, p. 224)], da. of Col. John Delves 
Broughton [Bt. Coll.] ; and has issue lg to 2g. 

\g. Cecilia Lucy Smallpeice, b. 29 June 1905. 

lg. Rosemary Anstice Smallpeice, b. 18 Aug. 1909. 

2e. Humphry Smallpeice (Guildford), b. 5 Dec. 1848; unm. 

3e. Stanley Smallpeice (Haslemere), b. Feb. 1852; m. and has issue (1 da.). 

4c. James Smallpeice (Guildford), b- July 1854 ; m. and has issue (4 das.). 

5e. Alice Smallpeice, unm. 

6c. Grace Smallpeice, unm. 

3d. Frederick Smallpeice, d. April 1855; m. Maria, da. of (—) Keen ; and had 
issue (4 das.). 

id. Emma Smallpeice, d. (-) ; m. 1852, James Ward; and had issue (with a 
da. d. unm.) 2 sons (both m., one having a son and 2 das., the other a da.) and 3 das., 
of whom one is m. and has 2 sons. 

4c. Sarah Molineux, b. 1783; d. 16 Ap. 1854; m. 13 Oct. 1819, Francis 
Molineux of London, Merchant, d. 15 Mar. 1852; and had issue. 

See p. 324. 

5c. Jane Molineux, b. 1786 ; d. ( - ) ; m. Joseph Browne of Holcombe House, 
co. Glouc. 

6c. Maria Molineux, b. 1789; d. (-); m. Henry Sparkes of Shalford and 
Summerberry, co. Surrey; and had issue Id. 

Id. Maria Sparkes, d.s.p. 4 Sept. 1863 ; m. as 1st wife, 19 June 1860, Sir John 
Charles Kenward Shaw, 1th Bt. [£.], d.s.p. 

7c. Grace Molineux, b. 1793; d. (-); m. William Browne of Minchinhampton, 
co. Gloucester. 

26. Elizabeth Molineux, d. ( - ) ; m. A. Verrall of Lewes. 

5a. Benjamin Molineux of Molineux House, Wolverhampton, Banker, d. 1772 ; 
m. Elizabeth, da. of George Fieldhouse, d. ( - ) ; and had issue lb to 3b. 

lb. George Molineux of Wolverhampton, Banker and Iron Merchant, J. P. and 
High Sheriff co. Stafford 1791, d. 22 Sept. 1820; m. Jane, da. of (—) Robinson, 
d. (- ) ; and had issue (with 5 younger sons and 3 das. who all d.s.p.) lc. 

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\c. Rev. George Fieldhouse Molineux, M.A., Rector of Ryton and Preb. of 
St. Peter's, Wolverhampton, J. P., d. 30 Sept. 1840; m. Maria, da. of William 
Hardman of Manchester, d. 1858 ; and had issue {with 4 sons and 4 das. who d.s.p.) 
U to U. 

Id. Rev. William Hardman Molineux, Rector of Elmsett, co. Suffolk, b. 1801 ; 
d. 11 May 1864; m. 12 Oct. 1852, Elizabeth, da. of Edward Pemberton of Plas has, 
co. Flint, J. P. ; and had issue le to 2e. 

\e. William Pemberton Molineux (Ashby Hall, Great Yarmouth), b. 23 Oct. 
1853 ; m. Anna, da. of Robert Kidman ; and has issue If. 

1/. William Francis Pemberton Molineux, b. 24 Jan. 1899. 

2e. Rev. George Edward Francis Molineux, M.A. (Trinity Coll., Dublin), Vicar 
of Colyton (Colyton Vicarage, Devon), b. 15 Ap. 1855; m. 23 Sept. 1890, Ada 
Louisa, da. of the Rev. Sackville Hamilton Berkeley ; and has issue 1/ to 6/. 

1/. George Berkeley Molineux, b. 1G Mar. 1903. 

if. Laurence Peile Molineux, b. 10 Aug. 1908. 

3/. Constance Hamilton Molineux. 

4/. Mabel Elizabeth Sackville Molineux. 

5/. Frances Mary Pemberton Molineux. 

6/. Muriel Berkeley Molineux. 

2d. Charles Edward Molineux of Oakley Penkridge, co. Stafford, J. P., b. 1810 ; 
d. 3 Nov. 1880; m. 17 Mar. 1845, Jane, da. of Orson Bidwell of Albrighton, co. 
Salop, d. 5 Ap. 1902 ; and had issue le. 

le. Mary Jane Molineux, m. 25 Ap. 1867, Frederick John Staples-Browne of 
Brashfiekl House, J. P., Bar. -at- Law (Brashfield House, Bicester ; The Elms, Bampton, 
Oxford) ; and lias issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Richard Charles Staples-Browne, M.A. (Camb.), b. 29 June 1881 ; m. 17 Feb. 
1909, Sylvia Maud, da. of Sir Charles Philip Huntington, 1st Bt. [U.K.], M.P. 
(14 Harrington Gardens, S.W.). 

If. Mary Frederica Staples-Browne. 

id. Thomas Molineux of Beechfield, Bowden, co. Chester, Silk Spinner, b. 
16 May 1807; d. 3 June 1855; m. 24 Jan. 1839, Mary, da. of William Lomas of 
Manchester, d. 30 Jan. 1851 ; and had issue (with 2 sons and a da- who d. unm.) 
le to ie. 

le. George William Molineux (Betchworth House, Chideock, Bridport, Dorset), b. 
25 Dec. 1848 ; m. 29 Sept. 1883, Edith, da. of John Eddowes Bowman, d. 8 Aug. 1 909. 

2e. Emily Molineux, b. 15 Oct. 1840; d. 7 June 1901; m. 3 Feb. 1874, the 
Rev. John Barratt Fawssett, M.A., Rector of Laughton (Glebe Avenue, Enfield); and 
had issue If to 'if. 

If. Richard Maurice Fawssett (Pinewoods, Ash, Surrey), b. 11 May 1875; m. 
30 Aug. 1904, Sybil Wentworth, da. of the Rev. Henry Allen Steel; s.p. 

If. John Leonard Fawssett, b. 1 Mar. 1877; unm. 

'if. Francis William Fawssett, M.B. (London) (260 Fore Street, Upper Edmon- 
ton, N.), b. 14 Oct. 1878; m. 21 Ap. 1904, Mildred Evelyne, da. of the Rev. Edward 
Pole Williams ; and has issue lg. 

lg. Evelyne Mary Helen Fawssett, b. 23 Mar. 1905. 

'ie. Alice Mary Molineux, m. 29 July 1869, the Rev. John Trew, B.A. (Trinity 
Coll., Dublin), Vicar of Drighlington (Drigh'ington Vicarage, near Bradford) ; and 
has issue (with a son who d. young) 1/ to If. 

If. John M'Cammon Trew, b. 1 Ap. 1870. 

2/. Basil Molineux Trew, 6. 18 Aug. 1885. 

3/. Laura Mary Trew, m. 30 Jan. 1897, William Towler (Gildersome, Forks); 
and has issue (with a da. d. young) lg to 2g. 

lg. Eric William Towler, b. 28 Ap. 1900. 

2g. Cyril John Towler, b. 20 Feb. 19 07. 

4/. Mary Trew, unm. 

ie. Fanny Molineux, unm. [Nos. 43168 to 43192. 


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id. Harriet Molineux, b. 18 Aug. 1811; d. Ap. 1880; m. 12 Sept. 1844, 
Thomas Lomas of Manchester, b. 20 Od. 1798 ; d. Oct. 1870; «n^ had issue le. 

\e. George Henry Lomas, b. 24 Aug. 1848 ; d. 24 Oct. 1906 ; m. 14 /Iwg. 1873, 
Margaret Elizabeth, da. of John Courtney Bluett of Gray's Inn, Bar.-at-Law ; and 
had issue 1/ to 'if. 

\f. Alfred Lomas, M.D. (Ashfield House, Castleton, near Manchester), b. 21 May 
1874 ; in. 2 Oct. 1902, Alice Winifred, da. of Frederick Price of Highfield, Sale, co. 
Chester, Solicitor ; s.p. 

2/. Harold Lomas, b. 14 Sept. 1875 ; m. 25 Aug. 1901, Virginia Washington, 
da. of Gen. Wager Swayne of New York, and Shinnecock, Long Island ; and has 
issue \g to 2g. 

]g. Virginia Washington Lomas, b. at Washington 7 Mar. 1904. 

2g. Elaine Margaret Lomas, b. at Baltimore 15 Ap. 1906. 

3/. Ethel Mary Lomas, m. 28 Oct. 1905, Henry Cort Harold Carpenter, M.A. 
(Oxon.), Ph.D. (Leipzig); s.p. 

m. Lewis Clutterbuck of Ford House. 

m. Richard Molinenx of Wolverhampton, Banker, 


Sarah Molinenx, d. (-) 


Mary Molinenx, d. (-) 


; and had issue. 


p. 324. 


Anne Molinenx. 


Mary Molineux. 


Elizabeth Molineux. 

[Nos. 43193 to 43197. 

193. Descendants of Lucius Charles (Cary), 7th Viscount Falk- 
land [S.] (Table XX.), d. 27 Feb. 1785 ; m. 1st, 6 Ap. 1734, 
Jane, widow of James Fitzgerald, Lord Villiers, da. of Richard 
Butler of London, Conveyancer, d. in France 20 Dec. 1751 ; 
and had issue la to 5a. 

la. Lucius Ferdinand Cary, Master of Falkland, Commander of the British Forces 
in Tobago, d. there v.p. 20 Aug. 1780; m. Mar. 1760, Anne, da. of Col. Charles 
Leith ; and had issue \b to 66. 

16. Henry Thomas {Cary), 8th Viscount Falkland [S.J, b. 27 Feb. 1766 ; d. num. 
22 May 1796. 

26. Charles John (Cary), 9th Viscount Falkland [S.], Capt. R.N., b. Nov. 1768 ; 
d. of wounds received in a duel 2 Mar. 1809; m. 25 Aug. 1802, Christiana, da. of 
( — ) Anton, d. 25 July 1822 ; and had issue \c to 3c. 

If. Lucius Bentinck (Cary), 10th Viscount Falkland [5.], 1st Baron Hunsdon 
[U.K.], P.C., b. 5 Nov. 1803 ; d.s.p.s. 12 Mar. 1884. 

2c. Plantagenet Pierrepoint (Cary), 11th Viscount Falkland [S.J, Adm. R.N., 
b. 8 Sept. 1806; d.s.p. 1 Feb. 1886. 

3c. Hon. Byron Charles Ferdinand Plantagenet Cary, Capt. R.N., b. 5 Oct. 
1808; d. 21 Feb. 1874; m. 19 Feb. 1844, Selina Mary, da. of the Rev. Francis Fox 
of Fox Hall, co. Longford, d. 10 Aug. 1868; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. Byron Plantagenet (Cary), 12th Viscount Falkland and a Rep. Peer [S.J, 
J. P., D.L., Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. (ret.) 4th Batt. Yorkshire Regt., formerly 
Royal Sussex Regt. (26 Upper Grosvenor Street, S.W. ; Carlton, Marlborough, &c), 
b- 3 Ap. 1845; m. 25 Sept. 1879, Mary, a Lady of Grace of St. John of Jerusalem 
in England, da. of Robert Reade of New York ; and has issue le to 6c. 

le. Lucius Plantagenet Cary, Master of Falkland, Capt. Grenadier Guards, 
served in South Africa 1900-1902 (139 St. James' Court, Buckingham Gate, S.W.), 
b. 23 Sept. 1880; m. 6 Ap. 1904, Ella Louise, da. of E. W. Catford ; and has issue 
1/ to 2/. 

1/. Lucius Henry Charles Plantagenet Cary, 6. 25 Jan. 1905. 

2/. Byron Plantagenet Cary, 6. 28 June 1908. [Nos. 43198 to 43201. 


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le. Hon. Byron Plantagenet Cary, Lieut. R.N., 6. 25 Jan. 1887. 

3e. Hon. Philip Plantagenet Cary, 6. 24 Sept. 1895. 

4c. Hon. Catherine Mary Cary. 

5e. Hon. Mary Selina Car}'. 

6t'. Hon. Letice Cary. 

2d. Hon. Emma Amelia Cary, had Royal Warrant as a Viscount's da. 29 Sept. 
1886, m. 8 Mar. 1869, Thomas Benyon Ferguson, Bar.-at-Law, d. 12 Nov. 1875; 
and has issue \e to 2e. 

\e. Annie Selina Emma Ferguson, m. 1898, Hugh Wymlham Montgomery, 
formerly 17th Lancers. 

2e. Edith Nora Ferguson. 

3d. Hon. Selina Catherine Cary, had Royal Warrant as a Viscount's da. 
29 Sept. 1886, m. 27 Sept. 1877, Charles Edward Fox, Bar.-at-Law, Master of Equity, 
High Court of Bombay, d. 6 Nov. 1897 ; and had issue le to 3e. 

le. Agnes Selina Fox. 

2e. Dorothy Fox. 

3e. Catherine Mary Fox, m. 16 July 1908, Capt. Alexander Adams, late R.E. 
(Kingston, Canada). 

id. Hon. Annie Christina Cary, had Royal Warrant as a Viscount's da. 29 Sept. 
1886 ; m. June 1898, Capt. Servante Morland, 7th Batt. Rifle Brig. (Hextle House, 
near Tonbridge, Kent). 

3b. Charlotte Maria Cary, b. Nov. 1764; d. (-); m. Samuel Charters ; and had 

46. Lucia Cary, d. (? s.p.) ; m. at Calcutta 10 Jan. 1783, Major John Grattan, 
100th Rcgf., Adj. -Gen. to the Forces in India. 

56. Lavinia Matilda Cary. 

66. Hon. Emelia Sophia Cary, had Royal Warrant as a Viscount's da. 1834 ; 
m. 1798, Major Charles Thomas Grant of Grant. 

•2a. Hon. Mary Elizabeth Cary, b. 1738; d. 1 Oct. 1783; m. the Ven. John 
Law, D.D., Archdeacon of Rochester, d. 5 Feb. 1827, aged 88. 
3a. Hon. Frances Cary. 
4a. Hon. Mary Cary. 
5a. Hon. Charlotte Cary, m. June 1799, Anthony Chapman. 

[Nos. 43202 to 43214. 

194. Descendants, if any, of Dorothy Molineux (Table XX.), d. 

(-) ; m. Tobet Hodgson of Bishop Burton, co. York. 

195. Descendants, if any surviving, of the Hon. Mary Darcy (Table 

XX.), m. Acton Burnell of Winkburn Hal), co. Notts; and 
had issue. Their apparently last surviving descendant 1«. 

la. D'Arcy Burnell of Winkburn Hall, d.s.p. leaving his estates to his widow, 
who d. 1874, when they passed to his distant relative, Peter Pegge, afterwards Pcgge- 
Burnell of Beauchief Abbey, co. Derby. 1 

196. Descendants of Lady Elizabeth Clifford (Table VIII. ), d.(-); 

m. 1533, Sir Christopher Metcalfe of Nappa, co. York, J.P., 
b. c. 1513 ; d. 1574 ; and had issue la to 2a. 

la. James Metcalfe of Nappa, b. c. 1554; d. 1580; m. Joan, da. of John 
Savile of Stanley, co. York ; and had issue 16. 

1 Burke's " Landed Gentry." 

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16. Sir Thomas Metcalfe of Nappa, b. c. 1579 ; d. 26 July 1650/5 ; m. Elizabeth, 
da. of Sir Henry Slingsby of Scriven ; and had issue. 

See pp. 72-74, Nos. 9115-9381. 

2a. Margaret Metcalfe, m. as 2nd wife, George Middleton of Leighton, co. Lane, 
b. 1522 ; (1. ( - ) ; and had issue {with 2 other sons and 3 das.) lb. 

lb. Thomas Middleton of Leighton Hall, il. (-) ; m. Katharine, sister of Sir 
Richard Hoghton, 1st Bt. [£.], da. of Thomas Hoghton of Hoghton Tower, co. Lane. ; 
and had issue (with 8 das.) lc to 2c. 

If. Sir George Middleton of Leighton, 1st Bt. [£.], so cr. 24 June 1642, b. 1600 ; 
d. 27 Feb. 1G73 ; m. Is/, Frances, da. and h. of Richard Rigg of Little Strickland ; 
and had issue Id. 

Id. Mary Middleton of Leighton, da. and h., d. ( - ) ; m. Somerford Oldficld of 
Somerford, co. Chester, aged 35, 14 Sept. 1663 ; l and had issue \e to Ge. 

le. George Somerford (Middleton'] Oldfield of Leighton and Somerford, which 
latter he sold, b. 1660, being aged 3, 14 Sept. 1663 ; d. (-) ; m. (?) Lady Clarke; 
and had issue If. 

If. [ita.] Oldfield of Leighton, da. anl event, sole h., m. Albert Hodgson, j.u. of 
Leighton, attainted for his share in the '15, living 1740 ; 2 and had issue Ig to 2g. 

\g. Anne Hodgson of Leighton, d.s.p. ; m. Charles Townley of Townley. 

2g. Mary Hodgson, d.s.p. ; m. 1737, Ralph Standish of Standish. 

2c. Anne Oldfield. 

3c Mary Oldfield. 

4c. Elizabeth Oldfield. 

5c. Catherine Oldfield. 

6c. Frances Oldfield. 

2c. Robert Middleton, d. ( - ) ; m. Jane, da. and co-h. of Thomas Kitson of 
Warton ; an I had issue (who resided until recently at Warton in very reduced cir- 
cumstances. 3 One of his sons) Id- 

Id. ( — ) Middleton, m. and ha I (with possibly other) issue le to 2e. 

le. Robert Middleton, Mariner, d. 1699, leaving issue a large family. 

2e. Margaret Middleton, m. Thomas Booker, Gent. ; and had (with possibly 
other) issue If. 

If. Robert Booker of Broughton, m. and had issue Ig. 

Ig. Margaret Booker, da. and h, m. Robert Preston [sou of Richird Preston of 
Cockerham]. [ Fos - 43215 to 43481. 

197. Descendants, if any surviving, of the lion. Josceline Percy 
(Table II.), d. 8 Sept. 1532; to. Margaret, da. of Walter 
Frost of Fetherstone, co. York, d. 15 Nov. 1530; and had 
issue la. 

la. Edward Percy of Beverley, b. c. 1524 ; d. 22 Sept. 1590 ; bur. at St. Mary's 
Church, Beverley ; m. Elizabeth, da. of Sir Thomas Waterton of Walton, J. P., bur. 
at St. Marys afsd. 14 Dec. 1607, aged 89 ; and had (with otlur) issue* lb to 4o. 

lb. Alan Percy of Beverley, M.P. 1603; b. 1560; d. 1632; m. 1589, Mary, 
da. of Ralph Moore of Beswick in Holderness ; and hid issue (with 4 sows, Henry 
(son and h., d. c. 1590-1), Jasper, Alan, and Francis, known to have d.s.p.) lc to 3c. 

lc. Josceline Percy of Beverley, d. 1653; m. Elizabeth, da. of William Fitz- 
william of Maplethorpe, co. Line. ; and ha I issue Id to id. 

Id. Alan (Percy), de jure I2ih Earl of Northumberland [E.] on the death of his 
remote kinsman the 11th Earl, 21 May 1670, d.s.p. 1688; will dated 1687. 

2d. John Percy. 

3d. Charles Percy, living 1652, fate unknown. 

1 Orinerod's " Cheshire," iii. 60. J JBurke's " Extinct Baronetcies," p. 354. 
a Ibid. 4 See. Appendix. 


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id. Eleanor Percy, m. William Fan and of West Hall, near Addingham, co. 
Yorks. 1 

2c. Edward Percy, b. 1594; d. 27 Aug. 1630; bur. at Petworth. 

3c. Frances Percy, m. Ralph Elleker of Risby Park, co. York; and had issue 
now extinct. 2 

2b. Thomas Percy, Constable of Alnwick and Auditor to the 9th Earl of 
Northumberland, one of the Conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot, killed at Holbeach 
1605; in. Martha, da. of Robert Wright of Holderness, co. York; and had issue 
(with a da., Elizabeth, d. young at Alnwick 1602) \c to 2c. 

\c. Robert Percy. 

2c. [da.] Percy, m. Robert Ca/esbv of Ashley Legers, co. Northants, son of the 

ob. Ellen Percy, m. Ralph Moore of Beswicke in Holderness ; and had issue* 

46. [da.] Percy, m. John Berney of Dale Bank, co. York. 5 

198. Descendants of Hknry (Stafford), 1st Lord Stafford [E.] (Table 

XXL), 6. 18 Sept. 1501 ; d. 30 Ap. 1563 ; m. 1518, the Lady 
Ursula, da. of Sir Richard Pole, K.G. [by his wife Margaret 
(Plantagenet), suojure Countess of Salisbury [E.]], d. 12 Aug. 
1570 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence. Volume, Table LXV1I. d seq., and pp. 537-646, Nos. 22808- 
31936. [Xos. 43482 to 52610. 

199. Descendants of Thomas (Howard), 21st or 14th Earl of 

Arundel, Earl of Surrey, and Earl Marshal [E.], K.G. 
(Table XXL), b. 7 July 1585; d. at Padua 26 Sept. 1646; 
m. 1606, Lady Alcethea, suo jure (1681) Lady Furnival 
(1295), Strange of Blackmere (1309) and Talbot (1331) [E.], 
da. and event, sole h. of Gilbert (Talbot), 7th Earl of Shrews- 
bury [E.], &c, d. 24 May 1654 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table XVIII. and pp. 291-292, Nos. 11740-14581. 

[Nos. 52611 to 55452. 

200. Descendants of Frederick Augustus (Hervey), 4th Earl of 

Bristol [G.B.], and Lord Hervey (1799), 5th Lord Howard 
de Walden [E.], Bishop of Deny [I.] (Table XXL), b. 1 Aug. 
1730; d. at Albano, near Rome, 8 July 1803; m. 10 Aug. 
1752, Elizabeth, da. and event, h. of Sir James Davers, 3rd 
Bt. [E.], d. 15 Dec. 1800 ; and had issue la to 3a. 

1<7. John Augustus Hervey, Lord Hervey, b. 1 Jan. 1757; d.v.p. 10 Jan. 1796 ; 
m. 4 Oct. 1779, Elizabeth, da. of Colin Drummond of Quebec, d. 4 Sept. 1818 ; and 
had issue lb. 

lb. Hon. Elizabeth Catherine Caroline Hervey, b. I Aug. 1780; d. 21 Jan. 
1803 ; m. 2 Aug. 1798, Charles Rose (Ellis), 1st Baron Seaford [U.K.], so cr. 15 July 
1826; b. 19 Dec. 1771 ; d. 1 July 1845; and had issue Ic to 2c. 

1 Brydge's " Collins," ii. 303. 

2 Brenan's " House of Percy." Collins says James, 2nd son of Ralph Elleker. 

3 Ibid. •» Ibid. Omitted by Collins. 
5 Brydge's " Collins," ii. 303. Omitted by Brenan. 


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\c. Charles Augustus (Ellis), 6th Baron Howard de W olden [E.] in sue. to his 
great-grandfather, and 2nd Baron Seaford [U.K.], G.C.B., K.T.S., b. 5 June 1799 ; 
d. 29 Aug. 1868 ; m. 8 Nov. 1828, Lady Lucy [descended from King Henry VII. 
(see Tudor Roll, p. 2-15)], da. and event, co-h. of William Henry (Cavendish-Beutinck), 
UhDuke of Portland [G.B.], &c, d. 29 July 1899 ; and had issue Id to 31. 

Id. Frederick George (Ellis), 7th Baron Hi ward de Walden [E] and 3rd Baron 
Seaford [U.K.], b. 9 Aug. 1830 ; d. 3 Nov. 1899 ; m. 27 Ap. 1876, Blanche, da. and 
co-h. of William Holden of Palace House, co. Lane. [re-m. 2ndly, 25 Mar. 1903, 
Henry La How (Lopes), 2nd Baron Ludlow [U.K.] ; and had issue \e. 

If. Thomas Evelyn (Ellis), 8th Baron Howard de Walden [E.] and 4th Baron 
Seaford [U.K.], and a co-h. to the Barony of Ogle [E. 1461], Capt. 2nd County of 
London Yeo., formerly 10th Hussars (Kilmarnock ; Audlev End, Saffron Walden; 
Seaford House, 37 Belgrave Square, S.W.), b. 9 May 1880. " 

2d. Rev. the Hon. William Charles Ellis, M.A. (Oxon.), Rector of Bothal-with- 
Hebburn (Be thalhaitgh, Morpeth), b. 22- July 1835; m. 16 Dec. 1873, Henrietta 
Elizabeth, da. of Henry Metcalfe Ames of Linden ; and has issue \e to 6e. 

L-. Henry Guysulf Bertram Ellis, b. 7 Mar. 1875. 

2e. Humphrey Cadogan Ellis, b. 21 Jan. 1879. 

3c. Francis Bevis Ellis, b. 17 A p. 1883. 

4c. Roland Arthur Ellis, b. 7 June 1884. 

5e. Lucy Henrietta Katharine Ellis, m. 28 July 1908, William Brabazon 
Lindesay (Graham-Toler), 4th Earl of Norbury [I.] (Carlton Park, Market Har- 

6c. Henrietta Christobel Ellis. 

3d. Hon. Evelyn Henry Ellis, late R.N. (Rosenau, near Datchet ; 35 Portland 
Place, W.), b. 9 Aug. 1843; m. 9 Mar. 1882, Albertha Mary (p. 333), da. of Gen. 
the Hon. Sir Arthur Edward Hardinge, K.C.B., CLE. : and has issue \e to 2e. 

\e. Arthur Evelyn Paul Ellis, b. 27 Ap. 1894. 

2e. Mary Ellis. 

2c. Hon. Augustus Frederick Ellis, Lieut.-Col. 60th Rifles, M.P., b. 17 Sept. 
1800 ; d. 16 Aug. 1841 ; m. 25 June 1828, Mary Frances Thurlow, da. of Sir David 
Cunvnghame, 5lh Bt. [S.] [rem. 2ndlv, William, Baron von Munster and] d. 
12 Sept. 1851 ; and had issue Id to 5d. 

hi. Charles David Cunynghame Ellis, Major 60th Rifles, b. 25 July 1833 ; d. 
5 Dec. 1906 ; m. 17 Nov. 1859, Emily (Pebbles Court, Holyport, Maidenhead), da. 
of Major-Gen. Sir Guy Campbell, 1st Bt. [U.K.], C.B. ; and had issue le to ie. 

Ie. Augustus Frederick Guy Ellis (Fort George Penn, Annotta Bav, Jamaica ; 
Stanford Wood, Bradfieli, Berks), b. 10 Dec. 1868 ; m. 10 Jan. 1899, Mary Agnes, 
widow of the Hon. E. G. Levy, da. of the Hon. Henry Westmorland, both of Jamaica. 

2e. Mary Pamela Ellis (Larkfield, Holyport Road, Maidenhead), m. as 2nd wife, 
2 July 1889, Col. David Milne-Home of Wedderburn, D.L., late R.H.G., d. 19 Nov. 
1901 ; and has issue 1/. 

If. Charles Alexander Milne-Home, b. 25 Ap. 1891. 

3c. Helen Louisa Georgina Ellis, m. 16 Ap. 1885, James Grahame Stewart 
(Stonewall, Edenbridge, Kent) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

If. John Cecil Graham Stewart, b. 1897. 

2/. Felicia Louise Marie Stewart. 

4c. Lucy Emily Madeline Ellis (Pebbles Court, Holyport, Maidenhead). 

2d. Sir Arthur Edward Augustus Ellis, G.C.V.O., C.S.I., G. CD., Major-Gen. 
Grenadier Guards, Equerry to H.M. the King and Comptroller in Lord Steward's 
Dept. 1901-1907, b. 13 Dec. 1837 ; d. 11 June 1907; m. 2 May 1864, the Hon. 
Mina Frances (29 Portland Place, W.), da. and, co-h- of Henry (Labouchere), 1st 
Baron Taunton [U.K.] ; and had issue le to le. 

le. Henry Arthur Augustus Ellis, a Clerk in the House of Commons, b. 13 Feb. 
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le. Gerald Montagu Augustus Ellis, Capt. (ret.) Rifle Brigade, formerly a Page 
of Honour to Queen Victoria, served in India 1897-1898 (Medal with Clasps) and 
in S. Africa 1899-1901 (Medal with 5 Clasps), b. 13 Sept. 1872. 

3e. Mary Evelyn Ellis, m. 17 Dec. 1885, Ralph Sneyd of Keele [descended 
from King Henry VII. (see Supplement to Essex .Volume, p. 476] (Keele Hall, 
N ewcastle-under-Lyme). 

4e. Albertha Lilian Magdalen Ellis, for whom H.M. King Edward was Sponsor. 

5e. Alexandra Mina Ellis, for whom H.M. Queen Alexandra was Sponsor, m. 
4 Nov. 1899, Sir Arthur Hardinge, K.C.B., K.C.M.O., H.B.M.'s Minister at Brussels 
(see below) (British Legation, Brussels ; Bencombe, Dursley, Glouc.) ; and has 
issue 1/. 

1/. Henry Arthur Mina Hardinge, b. 1 Oct. 1904. 

6e. Evelyn Mary Ellis, m. 22 June 1898, Walter William Kerr [M. of Lothian 
Coll. and a descendant of King Henry VII. (see Tudor Roll, p. 168)]. 

7e. Dorothy Ellis, m. 10 Aug. 1899, Charles Theodore Halswell Kemeys-Tynte 
of Cefn Mably and Halswell (Ccfn Mably, Cardiff, &c); and has issue 1/. 

1/. Elizabeth Dorothy Kemeys-Tynte (same as Nos. 28553-28554, p. 184). 

3d. Mary Georgiana Frances Ellis, a Woman of the Bedchamber to H.M. 
Queen Alexandra when Princess of Wales, 1865-1901, m. 30 Dec. 1858, Gen. the 
Hon. Sir Arthur Edward Hardinge, K.C.B., CLE., G.C.D. [Vt. Hardinge Coll.], 
d. 15 July 1892 ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Sir Arthur Henry Hardinge, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., H.B.M.'s Minister to the 
Court of. Brussels, formerly at Teheran (British Legation, Brussels; Bencombe, 
Dursley, Glouc), b. 12 Oct.' 1859; m. 4 Nov. 1899, Alexandra Mina (see above), 
da. of Sir Arthur Edward Augustus Ellis, G.C.V.O., <fcc. ; and has issue If. 

If. Henry Arthur Mina Hardinge, b. 1 Oct. 1904 (same as No. 55476, above). 

2e. Albertha Mary Hardinge, m. 9 Mar. 1882, the Hon. Evelyn Henry Ellis 
(Rosenau, near Datchet, &c.) ; and has issue. 

See p. 332, Nos. 55462-55463. 

3e. Hon. Mary Ellis, formerly Maid of Honour to Queen Victoria, m. 17 July 
1894, Major Ivone Kirkpatrick, S. Staffordshire Regt., and an A.D.G. in India. 

Ad. Annie Eliza Margaret Ellis (5 Piazza Madonna d egli Aldobrandini, Florence), 
m. 13 June 1859, Col. Sir Charles Edward Mansfield, K.C.M.G., formerly H.B.M.'s 
Minister and Consul-Gen. at Lima [younger brother of William Rose, 1st Baron 
Sandhurst [U.K.], G.C.B.], d. 1 Aug. 1907; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. John Charles Ellis Mansfield, a Pasha and Major-Gen. in the Egyptian 
Army (Cairo), b. 8 Aug. 1860 ; m. 20 Oct. 1889, Lina Marie Eugenie, da. of Alexander 
Lulistoff ; and has issue If. 

If. John Charles Mansfield, b. 21 Sept. 1890. 

2e. Frederick Henry Edward Mansfield (Rhodesia, S. Africa), b. 4 Nov. 1864; 
m. 1904, Kate, da. of Stephen Dorey of Wool, co. Dorset. 

3e. Mildred Mary Blanche Mansfield. 

5d. Augusta Louisa Caroline Ellis, a Lady-in- Waiting to H.I. and R.H. the 
Dow.-Duchess of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (Duchess of Edinburgh) (The King's Cottage, 
Kew), m. 25 Dec. 1861, Debonnaire John (Monson), 8th Baron Monson [G.B.], 
C.V.O. [descended from Anne, Duchess of Exeter], d. 18 June 1900; and has 

See the Exeter Volume, p. 243, Nos. 9109-9115. 

•2a. Frederick William (Hervey), 5th Earl [G.B.] and (30 June 1826) Is* 
Marquis of Bristol [U.K.], 5th Lord Hervey [£.], &c, F.R.S., b. 2 Oct. 1769; d. 
15 Feb. 1859 ; m. 20 Feb. 1798, the Hon. Elizabeth Albana, da. of Clotworthy (Upton), 
1st Baron Templetown [I.], d. 25 May 1844 ; and had issue lb to 8b. 

lb. Frederick William (Hervey), 2nd Marquis [U.K.] and 6th Earl [G.B.] of 
Bristol, and 6th Baron Hervey [E.l b. 15 July 1800 ; d. 30 Oct. 1864; m. 9 Oct. 

[Nos. 55472 to 55500. 

333 2 U 

%\)t 0lantagenet &oll 

1830, Lady Katherine Isabella [descended from King Henry VII.], da. of John 
(Manners), 5th Duke of Rutland [£.], K.G., d. 20 Ap. 1848 ; and had issue. 
See the Tudor Roll, pp. 296-297, Nos. 25460-25479. 

26. Lord William Hervey, C.B., b. 27 Sept. 1805; d. 6 May 1850; m. 8 Sept 
1844, Cecilia Mary, da. of Vice-Adm. Sir Thomas Fremantle, G.C.B., d. 24 Nov. 
1871 ; and had issue Ic to 3c. 

lc Sir George William Hervey, K.C.B., Sec. and Comptroller-Gen. of the 
National Debt (Finchlev House, Finchley ; Carlton, &c), b. 16 June 1845; m. 
9 Feb. 1881, Emily Dora [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see the 
Clarence Volume, p. 176)], da. of Lord Charles Pelham Clinton [D. of Newcastle 
Coll.] ; and has issue Id to id. 

Id. Gerald Edward William Hervev, formerly Lieut. Suffolk Regt., b. 5 Dec. 

2d. Philip Henry Charles Hervey, b. 13 Jan. 1883. 

3d. Eric George Hervey, b. 6 Dec. 1884. 

id. Claude Arthur Hervey, b. 16 Mar. 1891. 

•2c. Francis Arthur Hervev, b. 11 Mar. 1849; d. 13 Jan. 1905; m. 1 June 
1876, Louisa Maude (Hedgerley, Esher), da. of Richard Rice Clayton of Hedgerley 
Park, co. Bucks ; and had issue Id to 3d. 

Id. Richard George Hervey, Lieut. R.N., b. 17 July 1879. 

2d. Alec Francis Hervey, b. 8 Oct. 1885. 

3d. Lionel Arthur Hervey, b. 24 June 1889. 

3c. Augusta Elizabeth Hervey (12 Moore Street, Cadogan Square, S.W.). 

3b. Right Rev. Lord Arthur Charles Hervey, Lord Bishop of Bath and Wells 
1869-1894, b. 20 Aug. 1808; d. 9 June 1894; m. 30 July 1839, Patience, da. of 
John Singleton, d. 14 Dec. 1904; and had issue \c to 8c. 

lc. Rev. John Frederick Arthur Hervey, M.A. (Camb.), Rector of Shotley and 
a C.A. Suffolk (Shotley Rectory, Ipswich), b. 11 Nov. 1840 ; m. 22 Ap. 1885, Emily, 
da. of Thomas Ely ; and has issue Id to id. 

Id. Arthur Charles Constantine Hervey, b. 18 Dec. 1886. 

2d. Margaret Caroline Hervey. 

3d. Mary Edith Emily Hervey. 

id. Patience Gertrude Hervey. 

2c. George Henry William Hervey (Church House, Tendring, Essex), b. 17 Feb. 
1843; m. 1st, 13 July 1876, Emma, da. of William Arkwright of Sutton Scarsdale, 
co. Derby, d. 29 Ap. 1877 ; 2ndly, 3 July 1879, Mary, da. of William Wells Cole, 
d. 21 Aug. 1900; and has issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Douglas George Hervey, b. 3 Ap. 1880. 

2d. Gerald Arthur Hervey, B.A. (Camb.), b. 3 Oct. 1881. 

3;/. 1 Gwendolen Emma Hervey. 

id.' 2 Geraldine Mary Hervey. 

5d. 2 Eveline Victoria Hervey. 

3c. Rev. Sydenham Henry Augustus Hervey, formerly Vicar of Wedmore 
(Angel Hill, Bury St. Edmunds), b. 20 Dec. 1846 ; unm. 

ic. Constantine Rodney William Hervey, late Col. R.A. (Thurston Cottage, 
Bury St. Edmunds), b. 6 Dec. 1850 ; m. 12 Aug. 1886, Mary Frances, da. of William 
Hanford Flood of Flood Hall and Farmley, co. Kilkenny ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Alice Lucy Patience Hervey. 

5c. Rev. James Arthur Hervey, Rector of Chipstead (Chipstead Rectory, Surrey), 
b. 26 Sept. 1854; m. 15 July 1886, Margaret Augusta, da. of Sir Robert Percy 
Douglas, 4th Bt. [G.B.] ; and has issue Id. 

Id. Thomas Arthur Percy Hervey, b. 23 July 1887. 

6c. Katherine Patience Georgiana Hervey (Purbrook Park, Cosham, Hants), 

[Nos. 55501 to 55546. 


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m. 9 Ap. 1872, Charles Hoare [descended from King Henry VII. (see the Tudor 
Roll, p. 273)]. d. 30 Mar. 1898 ; and had issue \d to Id. 

Id. Charles Hervey Hoare, Capt. Glamorgan Imp. Yeo. (Hockridge, Cran- 
brook, Kent), 6. 16 Dec. 1875; m. 1909, Marie, widow of Sir Lepel Henry Griffin, 
K.C.S.I., da. of Ludwig Leupold of La Coronato, Genoa. 

2d. Arthur Hervey Hoare, b. 25 July 1877. 

3d. Guy Hervey Hoare, b. 16 Oct. 1879. 

id. Reginald Hervey Hoare, 3rd Sec. Dip. Ser., b. 1882. 

5d. Patience Mary Hoare. 

6d. Constance Sarah Hoare. 

Id. Katherine Angela Adeleza Hoare. 

7c. Patience Mary Hervey, m. 17 July 1873, Charles Rowland Palmer Morewood 
of Alfreton, J.P., D.L., High Sheriff co. Warwick 18— (Alfreton Park, Derby; 
Ladbroke Hall, South-am ; 66 Queen's Gate, S.W.) ; and has issue Id to 2d. 

Id. Rowland Charles Arthur Palmer-Morewood, J. P. (Ladbroke Hall, Southam, 
co. Warwick), b. 9 Jan. 1879. 

2d. Clara Winifred Sarah Palmer, m. 27 Ap. 1905, Alwyne Mason [eldest son 
of Robert Harvey Mason of Necton Hall] (Necton Hall, Norfolk). 

8c. Caroline Augusta Hervey (The Grove, Alfreton). 

46. Rev. Lord Charles Amelius Hervey, D.D.. b. 1 Nov. 1814; d. 11 Ap. 1880; 
m. 15 A ug. 1839, Lady Harriet Charlotte Sophia [descended from King Henry VII.], 
da of Dudley (Ryder), 1st Earl of Harrowby [U.K.], d. 25 Sept. 1899; and had 

See the Tudor Roll, p. 526, Nos. 35149-35173. 

5ft. Lord Alfred Hervey, M.P., and a Lord of the Treasury, <5r-c, b. 25 June 
1816; d. 15 Ap. 1875; m. 5 Aug. 1845, Sophia Elizabeth (see p. 451), da. of 
Lieut.-Gen. John Chester Bagot [Bt. Coll.], d. 20 Sept. 1892 ; and had issue le to 3c. 

lc. Rev. Frederick Alfred John Hervey, C.V.O., M.A. (Camb.), Canon of 
Norwich and Domestic Chaplain and Chaplain-in-Ordinary to H.M. King Edward, 
&c, formerly Rector of Sandringham and Chaplain to Queen Victoria (The Close, 
Norwich), b. 18 May 1846; m. 13 Oct. 1881, Mabel Elizabeth [descended from King 
Henry VII. (see the Tudor Roll, p. 466)], da. of Major-Gen. Augustus Frederick 
Francis Lennox [D. of Richmond and Lennox Coll.] ; and has issue Id. 

\d. Alexandra Leila Hervey, for whom H.M. Queen Alexandra stood Sponsor. 

2c. Algernon Charles George Hervey (Church Walk House, Hunstanton), 
b. 28 Sept. 1851 ; num. 

3c. Mary Frederica Sophia Hervey (22 Morpeth Mansions, S.W.). 

66. Lady Augusta Hervey, b. 29 Dec. 1798 ; d. 17 Mar. 1880 ; to. as 2nd wife, 
18 Sept. 1832, Frederick Charles William Seymour [M. of Hertford Coll.], d. 7 Dec. 
1856 ; and had issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, p. 137, Nos. 1810-1807 and 1810-1814. 

76. Ladv Georgiana Elizabeth Hervey, d. 16 Jan. 1869 ; m. as 1st wife, 12 July 
1836, Rev. the Hon. John Grey [E. Grey Coll.], d. 11 Nov. 1895 ; and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, p. 183, Nos. 24013-24014. 

86. Lady Sophia Elizabeth Caroline Hervey, b. 26 Ap. 1811 ; d. 30 Sept. .1863 1; 
m. 1st, 18 July 1835, William Howe Windham of Felbngg Hall, co. Norfolk, d. 
22 Dec. 1855 ; 2ndly, 10 May 1858, (— ) Giubilio. 

3a. Lady Mary Caroline Hervey, d. 10 Jan. 1842; m. as 2nd wife, 22 Feb. 
1776, John (Creichton), 1st Earl of Erne [I.], P-C, d. 15 Sept. 1828; and had 
issue 16. 

16. Lady Caroline Elizabeth Marv Creichton, b. 1778; d. 23 Ap. 1856; m. 
30 Mar. 1799, James Archibald (Stuart-Wortley-Mackenzie), 1st Baron Wham- 
cliff e [U.K.], d. 19 Dec. 1845 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, pp. 297-298, Nos. 14808-14882. 

[Nos. 55547 to 55b75. 


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201. Descendants of the Hon. Lepel Hervey (Table XXI.), b. Jan. 

1723; d. 11 Mar. 1780; on. 26 Feb. 1743, Constantine 

(Phipps), 1st Baron Mulgrave [I.], bapt. 22 Aug. 1722; d. 

13 Sept. 1775 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table XII., and pp. 236-237, Nos. 8448-8702. 

[Nos. 55676 to 55930. 

202. Descendants of the Hon. Mary Hervey (Table XXL), 6. 1726 ; 

d. 9 Ap. 1815 ; m. 31 Oct. 1745, George FitzGerald of Tur- 
lough, co. Mayo, Capt. in the Austrian Service, d. 23 June 
1782 ; and had issue la to 2a. 

la. George Robert FitzGerald of Turlough, d. (-) ; m. 1st (settl. dated 10 Feb.), 
1770, Jane, da. of the Right Hon. William Conolly of Castletown, co. Kildare [by his 
wife Lady Anne, nee Wenlworth], d. 1780 ; and had issue lb. 

lb. Mary Anne FitzGerald. 

2a. Charles Lionel FitzGerald of Tnrlough, Lieut. -Col. N. Mayo Militia, 
d. 29 Ap. 1805; m. 1777, Dorothea, da. of Sir Thomas Butler, 6th Bt. [I.], M.P., 
d. 11 Ap. 1829 ; ant had issue lb to 46. 

lb. TJwmas George FitzGerald of Tnrlough Park, co. Mayo, and Maperlon 
House, co. Sow,., Lieut.-Col. in the Army, D.L., b. 5 June 1778; d. (-) ; in. 1st, 

6 Sept. 1806, Delia, da. of Joshua Field of Heaton, co. York, d. (-) ; Indly, 29 Ap. 
1819, Elizabeth, da. of James Crowther of Bolshay Hall, co. York, d. 15 Sept. 1838 ; 
and had issue Ic to 4c. 

lc. 1 Charles Lionel William FitzGerald of Turlough Park, d. 9 Nov. 1834 ; m. 
Dorothea Julia (see p. 340), da. of Patrick Kirwan of Dalgin, d. (-); and had 
(with possibly other) issue Id. 

Id. Charles Lionel FitzGerald of Turlough, J.P., D.L , b. 24 Aug. 1833 ; d.s.p. 
28 Dec. 1902. 

2c. Henry Thomas George FitzGerall of Maperton House, co. Som., J. P., 
Major sometime 1st Life Guards, b. 5 Mar. 1820; d. 25 May 1890; m. 23 May 
1839, Elizabeth Harriott, da. of the Rev. Samuel Wildman Yates, Vicar of St. Mary's, 
Reading, d. 26 Nov. 1884 ; and had issue Id to id. 

Id. George Wildman Yates FitzGerald, b. 29 Mar. 1840 ; d.v.p. at sea 29 June 
1873; m. at Christ Church, Sydney, N.S.W., 13 Oct. 1869, Frances Isabella, da. of 
Sprott Boyd, M.D., d. 23 Mar. 1900; and had issue le. 

le. Elizabeth Harriot FitzGerald, m. 8 June 1898, Freeman Roper, J. P. (Forde 
Abbey, Chard, Somerset) ; and has issue 1/ to 3/. 

If. George FitzGerald Roper, b. 19 Ap. 1899. 

If. Geoffrey Desmond Roper, b. 26 Feb. 1901. 

3/. Isobel Katharine Roper, b. 23 May 1904. 

2d. Charles Lionel Wing field FitzGerald of Turlough, b. 26 Dec. 1841; d.s.p. 

7 Jan. 1909; m. 1893, Adolphine Caroline Annie Helena Marie (Turlough Park, 
Castlebar, co. Mayo ; Winterton Hall, Hythe, Southampton), da. of Capt. Schmitz, 
Imperial German Army. 

3d. Charlotte Elizabeth Harriott FitzGerald, m. 14 Nov. 1867, Major-Gen. 
John Talbot Coke, J. P. [descended from George, Duke of Clarence, K.G.] (Trusley, 
co. Derby ; Debdale Hall, Mansfield) ; and has issue. 

See the Clarence Volume, pp. 183-184, Nos. 3043-3058. 

4i. Frances Geraldine FitzGerald, m. 30 Ap. 1868, Sir Richard George Glyn, 
3rd Bt. [G.B.], late Capt. 1st Dragoons, J. P., D.L., C.C., and High Sheriff co. Dorset 
1869 (Gaunfs House, Wimbome) ; and has issue le to 2c. 

[Nos. 55931 to 55952. 

of Cl)e Blooti i&opal 

le. Richard FitzGerald Glyn, Lieut. Army Motor Reserve, formerly 1st 
Dragoons, served in S. Africa 1900 (Fontmell Magna, Shaftesbury), b. 13 May 1875 ; 
m. Dec. 1906, Edith Hilda, da. of Douglas George Hamilton Gordon [E. of Aber- 
deen Coll.] : and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Richard Hamilton Glyn, b. 12 Oct. 1907. 

2/. Gerald Glyn, b. Jan. 1909. 

2e. Geraldine Mary Glyn, m. 30 Nov. 1898, Ralph Paget [M. of Anglesey Coll. 
and a descendant of the Lady Isabel Plantagenet (see Essex Volume, p. 110)] 
(St. Mary's Grange, Salisbury). 

3c. 2 Elizabeth Geraldine FitzGerald, m. Ap. 1840, John Eveleigh Wyndham 
of Stock Dennes, co. Som., M.A., J.P., b. 25 May 1814; d. 9 Nov. 1887; and has 
issue (with an eldest da., Mary Geraldine, d. young 1851) \d to 10a!. 

Id. Thomas Heathcote Gerald Wyndham, M.A., Fellow of Merlon College, b. 
1842; d. (?««.) 11 Nov. 1876. 

2d. Edward John Eveleigh Wyndham, b. 1846; m. 1886, Amy, da. of J. K. 
Huntley of West Hall, co. Flints. 

Zd. Charles Hugh Wyndham, late 21st Fusiliers, b. 1848. 

U. Francis Wadham Wyndham, b. 1851. 

5d. Jane Florence Wyndham. 

6d. Alice Wyndham. 

Id. Blanche Wyndham. 

8d. Eva Wyndham. 

9d. Isabel Wyndham. 

lOd. Geraldine Wyndham. 

4c. 2 Mary Dorothea FitzGerald, m. the Rev. Edward Newton Dickenson ; and 
has issue Id to 4rf. 1 

Id. Edward Newton Dickenson. 
2d. Clara Dickenson. 
3d. Cecil Dickenson. 
id. Lily Dickenson. 

~2b. Edward Thomas FitzGerald, Lieut. -Col. in the Army and A.Q.M.G. with 
the Guards at Waterloo, b. 22 Dec. 1784 ; d. 19 Sept. 1845 ; m. 20 Nov. 1811, Emma, 
da. of Edmond Green of Medham, I.W., d. 1862 ; and had issue \c to 6c. 

lc. Lionel Charles Henry William FitzGerald, K.T.S., 2nd W.I. Regt., served 
with Do/la Maria's Forces in Portugal 1832-1834, b. 9 Sept. 1812 ; d. 21 Dec. 1894 ; 
m. 31 Jan. 1839, Sarah Caroline, da. of the Hon. Patrick Brown of Nassau, N.P., 
d. 19 Nov. 1856 ; and had issue \d to 2d. 

Id. Desmond FitzGerald, C.E. (Brookline, Boston, Mass., U.S.A.), b. 20 May 
1846; m. 21 June 1870, Elizabeth Parker Clarke, da. of Stephen Salisbury of 
Brookline afsd., M.D. ; and has issue le to 4c. 

le. Harold FitzGerald (127 East 56th Street, New York), b. 19 May 1877 ; m. 
3 Oct. 1903, Eleanor, da. of Gen. Lewis FitzGerald of New York; and has issue 1/. 

1/. Eleanora FitzGerald. 

2c. Stephen Salisbury FitzGerald, b. 19 Sept. 1878; m. 9 Sept. 1906, Agnes, 
da. of Francis Blake of Weston, Mass. 

3c. Caroline Elizabeth FitzGerald, m. 12 Dec. 1899, Charles Augustus van 
Rensselaer (130 East 5Qth Street, New York) ; and has issue 1/ to 2/. 

1/. Charles Augustus van Rensselaer, b. 28 Sept. 1902. 

2/. Stephen van Rensselaer, b. 29 Nov. 1905. 

4c. Harriot FitzGerald, m. 18 Nov. 1897, Robert Jones Clark (Dedham, Mass.) : 
and has issue 1/ to 2/. [Nos. 55953 to 55979. 

1 Burke's " Landed Gentry of Ireland," 1899, p. 144. 


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1/. Robert FitzGerald Clark, b. 13 Sept. 1898, 

2/. Geraldine Clark. 

2d. Ormond Edward FitzGerald, b. 6 July 1849 ; u 

2c. Edward Thomas FitzGerald, b. 19 Sept. 1817; d. (-); m. 1856, Annie 
Ffarington, da. of Leonard S. Com : and had issue Id i i 2d. 

Id. E : :r.ird Leonard FitzGerald, b. 17 /«ne 1859 ; d. 1S96 ; m. 3 Aug. 1882, 
Florence .' - a, (fo. o/ Robert J. Hunter ; and had issue le to 6e. 

le. Edward Walter FitzGerald, &. 19 Jan. 1885 ; unm. 

•2e. Desmond FitzGerald. b. 1 Sept. 1893. 

3c Florence FitzGerald. 

ie. Marjorie FitzGerald, 

5c-. Dorothy FitzGerald, 

6«. Audrey FitzGerald, 

■2d. Anne FitzGerald. 

3c. D« ■-: ": ; Get dd FitzGerald, b. 28 ZXy. 1834; d. 5 /«». 1908 : m. 20 Af.iy 
1862, Louisa, da. of Matthew Crawford of Crutnlin, co. Westmeath.d. 30 Nov. 1906 ; 
.iwi' ha I issue Id to 5d. 

Id. Desmond Gerald FitzGerald of Turlough, High Sheriff co. Mayo 1909 
(Turlough Park. Castlebar. co. Mayo), b. 25 May 1863. 

•2d. Ormonde Edward FitzGerald (< rlough, CO. Mayo), b. 1 Mar. 

1865 : m. 16 June 1900. Rebecca Susanna, da. of Beeher Lionel Fleming of Xew- 
court, co. Cork; and has issue It - to 2e. 

I:. Gerald FitzGerald. b. Ap. 1904. 

2ft Elizabeth Cicely FitzGerald. 

Zd. Cecil Henry FitzGerald. C.E., b. 5 Jan. 1871 ; m. May 1904, Mary, da. of 
( — ) Rinter of Lydenburg, Transvaal ; and has issue le to 2.\ 
le. Cecil FitzGerald, 6. Ap. 1905. 
■2e. Sheelah Nesta FitzGerald. 

id. Emma Louisa Hope FitzGerald. m. Oct. 1902, Duncan A. MacLeod [2nd, 
son of the Rev. John MacLeod, D.D., Rector of Govan], d. 11 Dec. 1907; and has 
issue la to 2c - . 

lc?. Duncan Crawford MacLeod, b. 24 Ap. 1907 

2c. Deirdre Hope Gwendolen MacLeod. 

5.f. Ruby Gwendoline FitzGerald. 

4c-. Louisa FitzGerald, d. (-) : m. 1841, the Rev. Edward Powell, d. (-); and 
had issue (with a da., Mrs. Thompson, d.s.p.) l Id to id. 

Id. Robert Powell, b. 1842 ; d. 1904 : m. 1863, Julia, da. of Joshua F. Whittell 
of Helmsley Lodge, co. York ; and had issue le : -v. 

It-. Joshua Edward Powell, b. (— ) : in. 190S, (— ), da. of (— ) ; and has issue 1/. 

1/. [da.] Powell. 

2,--. Robert Powell, b. (— ) ; in. 1909, Kathleen, da. of W. J. Shannon of Killine. 
co. Dublin. 

3c-. Louisa Powell, unm. 

ie. Annie Florence Powell, unm. 

be. Henrietta Powell, unm. 

•2d. Edward FitzGerald Powell, b. (— ) ; d. 1878 ; m. Frances, da. of ( — ) Darley 
of co. York ; and had issue le to '2e. 

le. Edward Darley Powell, C.E., b. 1877 ; m. 1909, (— ), da. of (— ). 

2c. Marian Powell, unm. [Nos. 55980 to 56008. 

1 £.v inform. D. G. FitzGerald of Turlough. 


of d)e Bloofc iaopal 

3d. Henry Powell, b. (— ); w. Frances, da. of Winter [rving of Australia; and 
ha- is.-ue le. 

1c. Henry [rving FitzGerald Powell, &. 

id. Louisa Powell, d. ( - ) ; m. Henley J. Edwards, Lieut. Indian Navy, d. (-) ; 
«H</ feri j'sswe le /o 5e. 

le. Arthur Edwards, 6. ( — ); m. and has i 

2e. [son] Edwards. 

3e. [son] Edwards. 

4e. Gerald Edwards, unm. 

5e. Geraldine Spencer Edwards, m. 6 Jan. 1891, Mountifort Longfield, J.P. 
(see p. 498) (Sea Court, Timoleague, co. Cork). 

5c. Catherine Dorothea FitzGerald, d. 1878; m. 1848, Frederick Burr-;. I. (-); 
and had issue ' \d to 2d. 

Id- Mary Barry, unm. 

2d. Amy Barry, m. Horatio Francis Hoskins ; and Las issue le to 2c 

\e. Noel Hoskins. 

2e. Francis Desmond Hoskins. 

6c. Dorothea Frances FitzGerald, d. (-) ; rn. 1847, Peter Liourke, d. (-) ; ««rf 
Aarf tss«e (m'/A c^Aer sows awrf 2 (fas. wAo both m. awa" te/£ jssmc) Id to 3d. 
Id. John Bourke, d. ( - ) ; m. and had issue. 
2d. Peter Bourke, b. (—). 

Desmond Bourke, 6. C — j. 
36. Charles Lionel FitzGerald, Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Bi % Gen. in Peninsular 
War, d. (-); m. Marianne, da. of Lieut.-Col. Breedon, R.M.; and had issue (all 
settled in the Colonies >j \c to 6c. 

\c. Charles Lionel FitzGerald, Lieut.-Col. R.A., d. (-) ; m. (— ), da. of Lieut.- 
Col. Pettey, R.A. ; and had i ue (with other sons) \d to 3d. 
Id. Charles Lionel FitzGerald,'. 

2d. Ormonde FitzGerald, I all resident in Canada. 

3d. Olive FitzGerald. j 

2c. Hervey FitzGerald, d. (-) ; m. and had issue Id. 
\d. Hervey FitzGerald. 

3c. Alfred John FitzGerald, Lieut.-Col. 50th Rifles, b. 8 Nov. 1842 ; d.-.p. 
4c. Ortnonde FitzGerald, d. (-) ; m. and had issue (with other sons) ]d to : j ,d. 
\d. Henry FitzGerald, Indian Frontier Police. 
2d. Ormonde FitzGerald. 
3d. Augusta FitzGerald, m. 

~jc. Henry FitzGerald, &.(-); m. {—),da. of (—) Knolt ; and had issue (sevet I 
sons and das.). 

6c. Augustus FitzGerald, d. (-) ; m. and had issue Id to id. 
Id. Hervey FitzGerald, b. (—); m. (—). 
2d. Desmond FitzGerald, h. (—). 
3d. Florence FitzGerald. 
id Gertrude FitzGerald. 

46. Dorothea Mary FitzGerald. d. (-) ; m. 1800 8. Patrick Kirwan of Dalgin 
Park, co. Mayo, d. 1854 ; and had issue \c to 6c. 

1c. Charles Lionel Kirwan, afterwards Maitland-Kirwan, of Dalgin, J. P.. hi... 
High Sheriff co. Mayo 1846, b. July 1811 ; d. 1802: m. 25 Oct 1842, Matilda 
Elizabeth, da. of William Mailland of A uchlane ant Gelston ; and had issue Id to 'Jd. 

Id. Charles Lionel Maitland-Kirwan of Gelston Castle, b. 9 July 1843; d.-.p. 
11 Nov. 1889. [>"os. 50009 t 5 

1 Ex inform. D. G. FitzGerald of Turlough. 

Z\)t 0lantagenet IRoil 

2d. William Francis Maitland-Kirwan of Gelston Castle, J.P., D.L., Lord of 
the Barony of Gelston, late Capt. 78th Highlanders {Gelston Castle, Castle Douglas, 
Kircudbright), b. 1845 ; m. 20 Nov. 1879, Mary Alice, da. of James Tyrrell of Auchan- 
greagh, co. Longford ; s.p. 

3d. Lionel Maitland-Kirwan, b. Ap. 1849; m. 29 Aug. 1878, Agnes, da. of 
Wellwood Herries Maxwell of Munches, J.P., D.L., MP. ; and has issue le to 3e. 

le. Lionel FitzGerald Maitland-Kirwan, Lieut, R.N., b. 1879. 

le. Matilda Rowe Maitland-Kirwan. 

3e. A. Marguerite Maitland-Kirwan. 

id. James Maitland Maitland-Kirwan, b. 1853; d. 1907; m. 2 June 1876, 
Edith Mary O'Sullivan, da. of J. Bateman ; and had issue le to 3e. 

le. James Douglas Maitland-Kirwan, b. 1889. 

2e. Mary Douglas Maitland-Kirwan. 

3e. Edith Valerie Maitland-Kirwan. 

5d. Gerald Maitland-Kirwan, b. 1862 ; in. (—) ; and has issue le. 

\e. Gerald Maitland-Kirwan, b. 1897. 

Qd. Mary Agnes Maitland-Kirwan, m. 25 June 1868, Lieut.-Col. Hamilton 
Campbell ; and has issue le. 

le. Charles Lionel Kirwan Campbell, Major 16th Lancers, b. 1 Nov. 1873. 

Id. Dorothea FitzGerald Maitland-Kirwan, m. 29 Mar. 1877, William Jardine 
Herries Maxwell of Munches, M.A. (Oxon.), J. P., D.L., M.P. for co. Dumfries 
1892-1895 and 1900-1906, Convener of the Stewartry of Kircudbright {Munches, 
near Dalbeattie ; Terraughty, near Dumfries) ; and has issue le to le. 

le. William Jardine Herries Maxwell, Lieut. Cameron Highlanders, b. 8 June 

2e. Charles Lionel Maxwell, b. Aug. 1883. 

3e. Desmond Maxwell, Lieut. R.N , b. Oct. 1886. 

ie. John Maxwell, b- June 1889. 

be. Matilda Elizabeth Maxwell. 

6e. Jean Helen Maxwell. 

le. Victoria Maxwell. 

&d. Matilda Douglas Maitland-Kirwan, m. Major-Gen. Oldfield ; and has issue le. 

le. Henry Oldfield, b. 1880. 

9d. Eva Maitland-Kirwan, m. 24 July 1895, Major the Hon. Percy Cecil Evans- 
Freke, D.L. [2nd son of Algernon William George, 9th Baron Carbery [I.], and a 
descendant of George, Duke of Clarence, K.G. (see Clarence Volume, p. 262)] (Bis- 
brook Hall, Uppingham) ; and has issue le. 

le. Maida Cecil-Evans-Freke. 

2c. Martin Frances Kirwan. 

3c. Caroline Kirwan. 

4c. Dorothea Julia Kirwan, d. (-) ; m. Charles Lione' William FitzGerald of 
Turlough, d. 9 Nov. 1834; and had issue. 

See p. 336. 

5c. Mary Kirwan. 

6c. Julia Emma Kirwan. [Nos. 56033 to 56058. 

203. Descendants of the Hon. Thomas Hervey, M.P. (Table XXL), 
b. 20 Jan. 1699; d. 10 Jan. 1775; m. 1744, Anne, da. and 
co-h. of Francis Coghlan, Councillor of Law, Ireland, d. 
27 Dec. 1761 ; and had issue la. 

la. William Thomas Hervey, Col. in the Guards, d. (-) ; m. Elizabeth, da. and 
h. of Francis Marsh. 


of Cl)e Bloot) i&opal 

204. Descendants of Eev. the Hon. Henry Hervey, afterwards (Act 

Pari. 22 Mar. 1744) Aston, D.D. (Table XXL), b. 5 Jan. 1700 ; 
d. (-); m. 2 Mar. 1730, Catherine, sister and h. of Sir 
Thomas Aston of Aston, 4th Bt. [E.], da. of Sir Thomas Aston, 
3rd Bt. [E.], d. ( - ) ; and had issue la. 

la. Henry Hervey Aston of Aston, co. Chester, d. ( - ) ; in. ( — ), da. of ( — ) 
Dickinson ; and had issue lb to 2b. 

lb. Henry Hervey Aston of Aston, Col. in the Army, d. 23 Dec. 1798; m. 
16 Sept. 1789, the Hon. Harriet, da. of Charles (Ingram-Shepherd), 9th Viscount 
Irvine [S.] ; and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, p. 150, Nos. 17211-17243. 

26. Anna Sophia Aston, d. (-); m. 1782, Anthony Hodges. 

[Nos. 56059 to 56091. 

205. Descendants of the Hon. Felton Hervey, M.P. (Table XXI.), 

b. 12 Feb. 1712; d. 18 Aug. 1773; m. Dorothy, widow of 
Charles Pitfield, da. of Solomon Ashley, d, 8 Nov. 1761 ; 
and had issue la to 4«. 

la. Felton Lionel Hervey, Lieut. R.H.G., d. 9 Sept. 1785; m. 2 Mar. 1779, 
Selina Mary, da. and h. of Sir John Elwill, ±th Bt. [G.B.] [m. 2ndlv, 21 Sept. 1797, 
the Right Hon. Sir William Henry Fremantle, G.C.H., P.C., and] d. 23 Nov. 
1841 ; and had issue. 

See the Essex Volume, pp. 56-59, Nos. 5620-5713. 

2a. Emily Hervey, ) 

3a. Caroline Hervey, ,-d. (? unm.). 

ia. Elizabeth Hervey, \ 

[Nos. 56092 to 56185. 

206. Descendants, if any surviving, of Lady Louisa Caroline Isabella 

Hervey (Table XXL), b. 1715 ; d. 11 May 1770 ; m. 23 Sept, 
1731, Sir Bobert Smyth of Smith Street, Westminster, 2nd 
Bt. [G.B. 1714], d. 10 Dec. 1783 ; bur. at West Ham Church; 
and had issue la to 2a. 

la. Sir Hervey Smyth, 3rd Bt. [G.B.], Col. Fool Guards, A.D.C. loGen. Wolfe, 
b. 1734; d. unm. 2 Oct. 1811. 

2a. Anna Mirabella Henrietta Smyth, b. 1738; d. (-); m. 1761, William 
Beale Brand of Foisted Hall, co. Suffolk. 

207. Descendants, if any surviving, of George (Howard), 4th Earl 

of Suffolk [E.] (Table XXL), I. c. 1625; (/. 21 Ap. 1691 ; 
in. 1st, Catherine, da. of John Alleyne of Northanger in 
Blenham, co. Beds, d. a. July 1683 ; and had issue la to 2«. 

la. Lady Mary Howard, da. and co-h., d. 1712 ; m. Lieut.-Gen. Percy Kirke, 
Col. of " Kirke's Lambs," Keeper of Whitehall Palace, Governor of Tangiers 1682- 
1684, d. at Brussels 31 Oct. 1691 ; and had (with other) issue lb to 2b. 1 

1 Jewitt's " Reliquary," vi. p. 217. D.N.B. 

34I 2 X 

%\)t jManfagenet IRoll 

16. Percy Kirke, Lieut.-Gen. and Col. of " Kirke's Lambs," Keeper of White- 
hall Palace, b. 1684 ; d.s.p. 1 Jan. 1741 ; eldest surv. son. 

2b. Diana Kirke, m. John Dormer of Rousham, co. Oxford ; and had issue Ic. 

\c. Diana Dormer, sole h. to uncle, d. unm. 22 Feb. 1743 ; bur. in Westminster 
Abbey with uncle and grandfather. 

2a. Lady Anne Howard, da. and co-lu, m. William Jephson, M.P., Marlow. 

208. Descendants, if any. of Lady Diana Howard (Table XXL), d. 
June 1710; bur. at Walden ; m. Col. John Pitt. 

209. Descendants of Lady Catherine Howard (Table XXL), d. 
at the Hague 1650; m. 1st, George (Stuart), 8th Lord 
d'Aubigny [F.] [2nd surviving son of Esme, Duke of Lennox 
[S.]], d. (being slain ex parte Regis at the Battle of Edgehill) 
23 Oct. 1642 ; 2ndly, as 1st wife, c 1649, James (Livingston), 
1st Earl of Newburgh [S.], d. 26 Dec. 1670 ; and had issue 
la to 2a. 

la. Charles (Stuart), 6th Duke of Lennox [S.] and 3rd Duke of Richmond and 
6th Baron Clifton of Leighton Bromswold [£.], b. 7 Mar. 1640 ; d.s.p.s. 12 Dec. 1872. 

2a. Katherine (Stuart), suo jure 1th Baroness Clifton of Leighton Bromswold 
[£.], sister and h., bapt. 5 Dec. 1640; bur. 11 Nov. 1702; m. 1st, c. 1661, Henry 
O'Brien, Viscount Ibrackan [son and h.-app. of Henry (O'Brien), 1th Earl of 
Thomond [/•]], d.v.p. Sept. 1678 ; and had issue lb. 

\b. Katherine (O'Brien), suo jure 8th Baroness Clifton, &c. [£.], b. 29 Jan. 
1673 ; d. in New York 11 Aug. 1706 ; m. 10 July 1688, Edward (Hyde), 3rd Earl 
of Clarendon [E.], d. 31 Mar. 1723 ; and had issue. 

See the Exeter Volume, Table XXVIL, and pp. 387-396, Nos. 32552-33533. 

[Nos. 56186 to 57167. 

210. Descendants of Lady Elizabeth Howard (Table XXL), d. 

11 Mar. 1705; in. as 2nd wife, 1 Oct. 1642, Algernon 
(Percy), 10th Earl of Northumberland [E]., K.G., K.B., 
bapt. 13 Oct. 1602 ; d. 13 Oct. 1668 ; and had issue. 
See pp. 66-71, Nos. 749-1999. [Nos. 57168 to 58418. 

211. Descendants of Roger (Boyle), 2nd Earl of Orrery [I.] (Table 

XXL), bapt. 24 Aug. 1646; d. 29 Mar. 1682; m. 6 Feb. 
1665, Lady Mary (see p. 431), da. of Richard (Sackville), 5th 
Earl of Dorset [E.], d. 4 Nov. 1710 ; and had issue la to 2a. 

la. Lionel (Boyle), 3rd Earl of Orrery [/.], b. 1670 ; d.s.p.s. 31 Aug. 1703. 

2a. Charles (Boyle), ith Earl of Orrery [I.] and 1st Baron Boyle of Marston 
[G.B.], so cr. 5 Sept. 1711, b. 28 July 1674; d. 28 Aug. 1731 ; m. 30 Mar. 1706, 
Lady Elizabeth, da. of John (Cecil), 5th Earl of Exeter [£.], d. 12 June 1708 ; and 
had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, Table XCVII. and pp. 418-428, Nos. 30324-30994. 

[Nos. 58418 to 59088. 


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I. Descendants of Henry (Boyle), 1st Earl of Shannon [I.] 
(Table XXL), d. 28 Dec. 1764 ; m. 2ndly, Sept. 1726, Lady 
Harriet, da. of Charles (Boyle), 3rd Earl of Cork [I.] and 
2nd Earl of Burlington [E.], d. 13 Dec. 1746 ; and had issue. 

See the Tudor Roll, Table XLV., pp. 252-263, Nos. 23255-23604. 

[Nos. 59089 to 59438. 

213. Descendants of Capt. William Boyle, Commissioner of Appeals 
[I.] (Table XXL), d. 1725; m. 1711, Martha Beaufoy, da. 
of Sir Samuel Garth, Physician to the Forces in Ireland ; and 
had issue (with 2 sons who d.s.p.) la to 3a. 

la. Beaufoy Bovle, b. c. 1714; J. 17 May 17G5; m. 11 June 1736, John 
Wilder of N unhide,' co. Berks, and Shiplake, co. Oxford, J. P., D.L., bur. 13 July 
1772 ; and had issue lb to lb. 

lb. Rev. Henry Wilder of Parley Hall, co. Berks, Rector of Sulham, D.C.L. 
and Fellow of St. John's Coll., Camb., b. Sept. nil ; d. 22 Jan. 1814 ; m. Joan, da. 
of William Thoyls of Sulhamstead, d. 1837; and had issue Ic to 8c. 

lc. John Wilder of Purlev and Sulham, J .P., D.L., bapt. 30 Oct. 1769; d. 
22 Feb. 1834; m. 22 Nov. 1797, Haniet, da. of the Rev. Edward Beadon, Rector of 
North Stoneham, d. 4 Oct. 1825 ; and had issue Id. 

Id. Rev. Henry Watson Wilder of Purley, Rector of Sulham, b. 3 Nov. 1798;